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Protect your hands with Amsafe’s EN388 Gloves. With over 15 years of specialization in hand safety, our gloves are engineered according to the rigorous standards of EN388, ensuring superior resistance against abrasions, cuts, tears, and punctures.

Our gloves are produced in our state-of-the-art factory equipped with six production lines. This allows us to consistently supply 150,000 pairs of high-quality gloves each day, meeting the diverse needs of our customers.

Amsafe’s EN388 Gloves are part of our wide product range, each tailored to meet specific customer requirements. We offer free samples, swift shipping, and excellent customer service to our B2B clients, including distributors, agents, and retailers worldwide.

Invest in Amsafe’s EN388 Gloves and enhance your safety measures. With us, you’re not just purchasing a product, but investing in a promise of quality and customer satisfaction. Experience the Amsafe difference today.

Please note: EN388 is a European standard that rates the level of protection provided by safety gloves against mechanical risks. The gloves are tested and rated for Abrasion, Cut, Tear, and Puncture resistance.

Experience superior protection against sharp objects with our EN388 Cut-Resistant Gloves. Certified under the EN388 standard, these gloves offer excellent resistance to cuts, making them perfect for applications such as metal handling, glass handling, and other tasks involving sharp objects.

Keep your hands safe from rough surfaces with our EN388 Abrasion-Resistant Gloves. These gloves have been tested and certified under the EN388 standard, ensuring superior resistance to abrasions and prolonging glove life in applications such as construction, stone handling, and other abrasive tasks.

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Get excellent protection against tearing with our EN388 Tear-Resistant Gloves. These gloves have undergone rigorous testing under the EN388 standard, ensuring high tear resistance. Ideal for applications involving heavy-duty tasks, material handling, and manual labor.

Superior Protection: Certified to EN388 Standards

At Amsafe, we specialize in producing EN388 Gloves that ensure top-notch hand protection. These gloves undergo rigorous testing and are certified to meet the EN388 standard, one of the most renowned certifications for gloves intended to protect against mechanical risks.

This certification signifies superior resistance against abrasion, cuts, tears, and punctures – ensuring that your hands stay well-protected even in the most challenging work situations. This level of protection is paramount in industries where there’s a high risk of hand injuries such as construction, mechanics, and metal work.

By opting for our EN388 Gloves, you are ensuring the highest level of safety for your hands, providing peace of mind and confidence in your day-to-day tasks.

Quality Assurance: Trust in Our Commitment

At Amsafe, we understand the importance of safety and quality in every aspect of work. Our EN388 Gloves are a testament to this commitment. Undergoing rigorous testing and adhering to stringent standards, each pair of gloves is certified to meet the EN388 standard. This certification ensures that our gloves provide robust protection against mechanical risks such as abrasions, cuts, tears, and punctures.

When you choose our EN388 Gloves, you’re not just selecting a product – you’re putting your trust in a promise – a promise of excellent protection, uncompromising quality, and a safer working environment.

What does EN 388 mean on gloves?

EN 388 is a European Standard used to evaluate mechanical risks for hand protection. This rating system is used to evaluate abrasion resistance, blade cut resistance, tear resistance, and puncture resistance.

What is EN 388 level 4 gloves?

EN 388 Level 4 gloves offer high resistance to cuts and abrasion. This is the second-highest level of cut resistance offered by gloves certified under this standard.

What is the EN standard for hand gloves?

The EN standard for hand gloves is EN 388, which covers protection against mechanical risks, and EN 420, which defines general requirements for protective gloves in terms of construction, fitness of use, safety, etc.

What is the difference between EN 388 and ANSI cut?

EN 388 is a European standard, while ANSI cut is an American National Standard. They both measure cut resistance, but using different testing methods, which can lead to different cut scores.

How do you read an EN 388 rating?

An EN 388 rating is read from left to right: The first number represents abrasion resistance, the second represents cut resistance (by a blade), the third represents tear resistance, and the fourth represents puncture resistance.

What is the highest level of protection gloves?

The highest level of protection gloves usually hold an EN 388 rating of 4544, which indicates the highest performance in abrasion, blade cut, tear, and puncture resistance.

What is the cut score for EN 388 CE?

The cut score for EN 388 ranges from 1 (lowest) to 5 (highest).

What is EN 388 2003 protective gloves against mechanical risks?

EN 388 2003 is a previous version of the EN 388 standard for protective gloves against mechanical risks. It was updated in 2016 to include impact resistance testing.

How do I know if my gloves are cut resistant?

Gloves are cut-resistant if they have an EN 388 or ANSI cut resistance rating, which can often be found on the glove’s labeling or packaging.

What is the difference between EN 388 2003 and EN 388 2016?

The main difference is that the 2016 revision added a new test for impact resistance, which was not included in the 2003 version.

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