Chain mail gloves, aprons and boleros provide exceptional protection against cuts and stabs caused by hand knives. They are mainly used in the meat and poultry processing industry but also in the garment, textile, leather and paper industries. Cut resistant knitted gloves made from Kevlar, Spectra and other cut resistant fibers provide limited cut protection only and are not puncture proofed.
The charts below show how to choose the correct size of apron, bolero and gloves. Gloves should fit comfortably which means not too tight especially at the finger tip. The sizing codes are shown in the catalogue. The size is represents by the colour of the bar code tag, the coloured stiffeners in the gauntlet, or by the colour of the strap.
Niroflex 2000, Niroflex Fix, Niroflex fm Plus and Manabo
EN 14328, EN 1811
|Aprons & Boleros||DIN EN ISO 13998 : 2003 LEVEL 2|
|ACCORDING TO DIN EN ISO 13998 : 2003 LEVEL 2|
|Chest girth||Appron sizes|
|160-172||80-100||45 x 75|
|174-186||100-115||55 x 80|
|188-196||120-130||60 x 85|
|ACCORING TO DIN EN ISO 13998 : 2003 LEVEL 2|
|Chest girth||Bolero sizes|
|until 199||until 115||55 x 90|
|until 220||until 135||65 x 100|
|00 XXS||0 XS||1 S||2 M||3 L||4 XL||5 XXL|
CE-approval according to the European Standards EN 420, EN 1082-1 and EN 13998 as required by European Guidelines 85/686/EWG Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) for protection and safety clothing of 15.01.1997 according to EG guidelines for food hygiene and safety (EWG L 175/1). United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 21, Section 110.10 (b)(5), 04/1997 and (FFDCA) Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).