EN standards for protective gloves have been revised

A need for changes has been recognized for the EN 388 standard due to issues of reproducibility specific to the cut and abrasion parts of the standard, as well as for the EN 374 standard in order to simplify and accurately determine the variability of test results. Honeywell is supporting you in understanding these new standards, explaining you the impacts they will have for users and ensuring that you can choose your gloves with confidence as they are fully compliant.

EN 388: 2016 STANDARD EVOLUTION  

 

EN ISO 374: 2016 STANDARD EVOLUTION 

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EN 388 standard revision - ISO 13997 TDM cut test method is now published by the European Standard Committee.

What you need to know!  



 

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EN ISO 374:2016 revised standard for protective gloves against dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms.

What you need to know!