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Industrial Safety Products

Leather Gloves , Aprons, Trousers & Jackets

 

Dolphin leathers is a leading Industrial Safety Gloves supplier and exporter from India.

Our products include:

Driving Gloves
Welding Gloves
Canadian Gloves
Leather Safety  Aprons , Jackets and Trousers.

Our leather safety products are exported to European countries like Italy, Spain, Germany and also to Latin American countries like Chile. 

We specialize in offering leather safety , gloves , aprons and jackets at very competitive prices.

We have  a capacity of producing 300000 pairs of all kinds of Industrial Safety Gloves in our factory .

We have the upgraded CE certificates for our best selling gloves as per the EN 388: 2016 norms.

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View our Welding Gloves

Cotton lining welding gloves; Heat resistant gloves; LeatherHot Indian welding gloves;

 

Safety Glove Design - Leather Gloves
Dolphin Leathers has been awarded by the Council of Leather Exports for excellent export performance during 2018-19

The European Standard for Protective Gloves, EN 388, was updated on November 4, 2016 and is now in the process of being ratified
by each member country.
Regardless of allotted adjustment period, many leading manufacturers will immediately start using revised EN 388 markings on gloves.

General-purpose protective gloves account for the largest market share of all personal protective equipment (PPE) sold and protect wearers from a wide range of hazards.

To help companies with the selection of appropriate gloves, several European safety standards – including EN 388:2016 – have been developed, enabling levels of protection against different risks to be defined

Did you know ?
The letters “CE” are the abbreviation of French phrase “Conformité Européene” which literally means “European Conformity”.

Glove Certification – What it means?

Hot IndianThe EN388 standard relates to protection levels specifically for safety gloves. This test assess the levels for abrasion, blade cuts, tears and punctures.

Abrasion resistance:
Hot Indian This tests how many revolutions it takes to create a hole, with an abrasive material under a stipulated pressure. Rated from (1-4), 4 being the most resistant.

Blade cut resistance:
Hot IndianThis tests the number of cycles for a blade, running at a constant speed to cut through the material. Rated from (1-4), 4 being the most resistant.

Tear resistance:
This tests the amount of force (n) required to tear the glove. Rated from (1-4), 4 being the most resistant

Puncture resistance:
This tests the amount of pressure required to puncture material with a standard size point. Rated from (1-4), 4 being the most resistant

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