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Style and Size Selection In order to help you to pick the right means of hand protection a few facts should be considered: ➤ Select unlined gloves for extra dexterity and sense of touch. lf cut, snag, or abrasion resistance are important, pick a fabric-lined style. ➤ For chemical resistance choose the glove type with the highest rating for the chemical and physical conditions involved. ➤ Select the palm finish to provide the grip needed for the job: smooth, sprayed, dipped, or embossed. Sprayed and dipped finishes grip best when wet. Embossed is the next best. ➤ Choose the glove length with regard to the extent to which the wearer‘s arm will be immersed or subjected to chemical splash. ➤ Select thin materials for jobs demanding sensitive touch and high flexibility. lf better protection or durability are wanted, choose a thick, heavy-duty style. ➤ Choose the glove size that will assure maximum wear, dexterity, working ease, comfort and employee-satisfaction. The best way for choosing the right size is by means of a sample. Reason is that a plastic glove may be different from a leather glove of the same size. For general information, please use the following chart: Glove Size Comparison Chart According to EN 420 Instructions: ➤ Place your right hand palm down on the drawing with your fingers together. Your index finger should be aligned with the blue line (but not over it), your thumb crotch placed correspondingly to the portrayed hand. ➤ Size is indicated by the width of your hand. Read your size on the colour lines. Glove size Fits hand size Hand circumference / length (mm) Minimum length of the glove (mm) 6 6 152/160 220 7 7 178/171 230 8 8 203/182 240 9 9 229/192 250 10 10 254/204 260 11 11 279/215 270 12 12 300/230 280 72 66152/160220 77178/171230 88203/182240 99229/192250 1010254/204260 1111279/215270 1212300/230280

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