Anti-Impact Glove Liner

Product Code: ER501

Body Part: Hand Hazard: Impact

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Originally an Ergotech product, this IMPACTO liner is half finger, made with cotton polyester and has Sorbothane padding in the palm.

  • Provides impact and vibration protection 
  • Breathable, stretchy and comfortable
  • Recommended to be worn under work glove

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Sorbothane® a thermoset, polyether base, polyurethane material that combines high-energy absorption with faultless memory. Its liquid-solid properties allow it to simultaneously absorb shock and isolate vibration even at high frequency ratios. Sorbothane is used in anti-impact and anti-vibration gloves, tool grip kits and anti-fatigue insoles. Sorbothane offers 94.7% shock-absorption, positioned at point of impact to reduce pain, jarring, fatigue and risk of injury.

    Specifications

    Sizing - Gloves

    Proper size is important. Follow the guidelines below to determine your correct glove size. To determine glove size, with fingers extended measure circumference of the hand across the knuckles at the base of your fingers (don't include the thumb).

    Glove Size
    Hand size
    Hand Circumference
    XS 6  6" - 7" / 15-18 cm  
    S 7 7" - 8" / 18-20 cm
    M 8 8" - 9" / 20-23 cm
    L 9  9" - 10" / 23-25 cm
    XL 10  10" - 11" / 25-28 cm  
    XXL 11 11"+ / 28 cm +

    When ordering it is best to order smaller than your normal glove size.

    Finger Styles

    • Gloves are available in Fingerless, 1/2, 3/4 and full fingers.
    • Full fingers offer best hand protection.  
    • Open finger gloves ensure full dexterity and tactile feedback.
    • Full finger gloves provide maximum protection.

    EN 420:2003 + A1:2009

    General requirements for gloves.

    EN 388:2003

    Gloves with the "Shield" symbol are in compliance with standard EN 388:2003 Protective Gloves Against MECHANICAL RISKS. The First Number identifies the performance level for abrasion resistance, The Second Number is blade cut resistance, The Third Number is tear resistance , The Fourth Number is puncture resistance.

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