UCi Hantex Alpine Dual-Coated Latex Thermal Work Gloves
The UCi Hantex Alpine Dual-Coated Thermal Work Gloves are tested and proven to provide robust tear resistance and protection against contact cold, making them ideal for handling jobs in cold weather or freezer rooms. Their latex coating and acrylic thermal lining provides phenomenal warmth for winter work, and a sandy textured palm provides all the grip you need.
- Product Codes:
- EN 388: 2141X
- EN 511: X1X
- Available Sizes: Sizes 7 -11
- Supplied as a pair
Sizing Guide for the Hantex Alpine Dual-Coated Thermal Gloves
To make sure you get a size that fits, please measure the circumference of your palm and the length of your hand as shown in the diagram below. Match these measurements to the sizing table, then select your size from the drop-down menu at the top of the page before purchasing.
|Palm Circumference (mm)
|Hand Length (mm)
|Size 7 (Small)
|Size 8 (Medium)
|Size 9 (Large)
|Size 10 (Extra Large)
|Size 11 (XX-Large)
Who Can Use the Hantex Alpine Dual-Coated Work Gloves?
Providing superb resistance against contact cold, tears and minor abrasions, the Hantex Alpine Gloves are best used for general handling in cold weather or environments. The list of suitable applications for these gloves includes (but is not limited to) the following:
- Cold Storage
- Materials Handling
- Oil and Gas
How Do the Hantex Alpine Work Gloves Protect My Hands?
The Hantex Alpine Work Gloves have been manufactured to protect against contact cold, as well as a range of low level handling risks such as abrasions, cuts and tears. This makes them well suited for handling in cold weather or in cold store environments, protecting your hands form the following risks:
- Freezing materials
- Grazes and abrasions
- Cuts and scrapes
- Dirty object handling
EN Standards and Protection Ratings
EN 388: Mechanical Resistance
EN 388 is the standard that governs a gloves protection rating in mechanical risk tests for abrasion, cut, tear and puncture. The gloves are graded on a scale between 1 and 4, with 1 being the lowest and 4 being the highest. The table below show how these gloves performed on each test.
|ISO Cut Resistance
Learn more about EN 388 in our comprehensive guide.
EN 511: Cold Resistance
EN 511 is the standard that governs a gloves protection rating against convective cold, contact cold and water permeability. These gloves were only tested on their contact cold resistance, and achieved a level 1 rating to show that they can protect the wearers hands from the cold when handling freezing materials.
|Convective Cold Resistance
|Contact Cold Resistance
Key Features and Benefits
- Dual-coating of latex provides superb weather and water resistance
- Tested for contact cold resistance for cold object handling
- Sandy latex palm coating provides added grip in wet or dry conditions
- Bright orange colour helps improve visibility in low light
- Thermal acrylic liner on the inside for added warmth and comfort
- Full flat liquid-repellent barrier up to the wrist
- Anatomically shaped to mould to a natural hand position
Are These Gloves Suitable for Handing Cold Materials?
Whether you work in cold storage rooms or outside in the winter, handling cold objects can cause numbness and even pain. Having been tested to provide Level 1 contact cold protection, the Hantex Alpine Clothes will keep your hands warm as you work throughout the day.
Sandy Latex Palm Provides Excellent Grip
To help ensure a firmer grip when handling cold tools and objects, the Hantex Alpine Work Gloves feature a second coating of latex fashioned with a sandy texture. This sandy texture creates greater friction between an object and the gloves' surface, resulting in a more secure grip, even when handling wet or oily materials.
High-Visibility Orange Colourway
The Hantex Alpine Gloves feature a bright orange colour design that helps you stand out in low light conditions. This improved visibility can reduce risk at locations near fast moving traffic, or where there is heavy machinery in operation.