Heat Protection Gloves by Franz Mensch
What heat protection gloves need and what products you can find in our range:
Heat protection gloves for kitchen, industry and craft
- high quality heat protection gloves, e.g. Heat protection glove FLAMESTAR made of extra durable special material, or specially tailored heat protection glove COOLMAN for a pleasant and precise work
- Heat protection apron FLAMESTAR, durable and ideal for cooking and grilling
- heat resistant silicone gloves, waterproof and ideal for catering, e.g. the food-safe silicone glove HEATBLOCKER
- Baking gloves for frying, cooking, baking and grilling, various shapes and materials, e.g. Baking glove OKTOBERFEST
- welder glove WELDSTAR made of leather, heat resistant up to 100 ° C contact heat
- Protective glove CONVECTOSTAR, comprehensive protection against thermal and chemical hazards, resistant up to 180 ° C contact heat
Standard information: Gloves against heat and flames according to EN 407
EN 407 specifies the requirements for a heat protection glove. There are six categories in which a heat protection glove must show what it can do.
- Fire resistance: Here, the glove is exposed to a gas flame and measured for how long the material burns or glows after the flame has been removed.
- Contact heat protection: A glove should withstand direct contact with heat (100 ° C to 500 ° C) for at least 15 seconds. It measures the temperature at which the inside of the glove does not heat above 10 ° C.
- Protection against convective heat: This is about slowly penetrating heat. It measures the amount of time a glove can delay heat transfer.
- Radiant Heat Protection: It measures the time that a glove can delay the ingress of radiant heat.
- Resistance to small molten metal spatter: It counts how many molten metal drops are needed to heat the glove material to a certain temperature.
- Molten metal strength: Measure how many grams of molten iron the test glove can withstand until it is perforated or inflamed.