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Thursday, 7 November 2019
Best Construction Work Gloves 2019

We've asked our experts for some tips and they've come up with a top 5 list of our best construction gloves for workers, taking into account the different kind of risks that you might face on the building site.

Thursday, 31 October 2019
Our Best Heat-Resistant Gloves 2019

Some gloves are built for getting items out the oven, others for quickly touching hot surfaces, and others for working in extremely hot workplaces such as in foundry, fabrication and metalwork. View Our Best Heat-Resistant Gloves of 2019.

Thursday, 24 October 2019
Top 5 Cut Resistant Gloves 2019

Choosing the right cut-resistant gloves can be difficult, especially with so many at hand. Considering not just cut-resistance, but flexibility, strength and other qualities too, we've created a cut-resistant gloves list that lets you choose your perfect gloves.

Thursday, 24 October 2019
Top 6 Cold Resistant Gloves 2019

We've taken a big look at all of our thermal gloves, and come up with a list of Our Top 6 Cold Resistant Gloves. Some waterproof, some mechanically strong and others with a focus on comfort, our list is sure to include the perfect gloves for you.

Monday, 26 November 2018
Which Glove Material Should I Choose?

Glove materials matter because your safety matters. To help you understand which gloves materials are best suited to which gloves, we've created this short guide, giving you the lowdown on the best selling materials here at Workwear.co.uk.

Thursday, 25 October 2018
EN 374 Explained

EN 374 is a complicated standard, which is just as well as one small misunderstanding could be detrimental to your well-being. As we understand that it is of utmost importance that chemicals and chemical resistance are understood, we've decided to create a short guide explaining what EN 374 is, what each part of the standard means, and which chemicals can be handled according to the level of protection your gloves offer.

Thursday, 18 October 2018
EN 511 Explained

Working in cold conditions can have a detrimental effect on you, and problems can include your productivity going downwards, your hands becoming sore, or frostbite starting to niggle at your fingers. All of our cold-resistant gloves are tested to EN 511, a European Regulatory Standard designed to certify and measure a gloves resistance to the cold. To help you understand the ins and outs of EN 511, this short guide explains what EN 511 is, what the different numbers mean, and what it means for you when buying gloves.

Tuesday, 16 October 2018
EN 407 Explained

If you work in the glass industry, in fabrication or in foundry, then you'll be familiar with the dangers of heat but before you jump straight in, how do you know what temperature your gloves can withstand, and how do you know if you can trust your gloves at all? EN 407 - protection against thermal hazards - is the glove standard regulation that deals with all things heat. This article explains EN 407 in further detail, making sure that you aren't left asking questions when it comes to selecting your heat-resistant gloves.

Monday, 15 October 2018
Your Guide to EN Standards for Gloves

Protective gloves, along with most other products you can find here on Workwear.co.uk, are part of your personal protective equipment (PPE), which means they have to meet certain standards that make them suitable for the job at hand. You know best what kind of hand protection you need, and with the help of this short guide, you'll be able to find the gloves that meet your demands in no time. Read on to learn all about EN Standards for Gloves.

Monday, 15 October 2018
What is EN 388?

When it comes to protecting your hands at work, you need to make sure the equipment you use is tried and tested to make sure it will get the job done. To take the guesswork out of the process, standards like EN 388 are in place to make sure your gloves protect you where you need them to. These standards are regularly updated, so to keep you up to date, this short article will go over the new EN 388:2016 certification and how it's changed.