Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8807W Glass Fibre Thread Cut Level D Gloves

  • Pair of glass fibre thread reinforced cut-resistant safety gloves
  • Essential for handling abrasive, sharp and hazardous material
  • Lightweight design with a high level of protection is hard to come by
  • Incredibly porous palm and finger coating enhances grip strength and stability
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Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8807W Glass Fibre Thread Cut Level D Gloves

When handling sharp objects you need a combination of cut resistance and dexterity, which is why the Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8807W Glass Fibre Thread Cut Level D Gloves are made from an interwoven nylon and glass fibre thread that offers fantastic cut resistance. The lightweight 15 gauge thickness ensures that these gloves allow precise handling and the contact heat resistance of up to 100ºC for a maximum of 15 seconds helps to keep you safe. 

Purchase Quantity

  • Each purchase includes one pair of gloves

Sizing Information

Wearing the wrong size safety glove can not only compromise your comfort but your safety too. Thankfully, finding the right size for you is simple using our sizing guide, just measure the circumference of your palm (ignoring the thumb area) and the length of your hand as indicated in the image below.

How to Measure Your Hand to Find the Perfect Size Glove

Once you have your measurements, consult the table below for the perfect sized glove for you and select your preferred option from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.

Size Circumference (mm) Length (mm)
Size 7 178mm 171mm
Size 8 203mm 182mm
Size 9 229mm 192mm
Size 10 254mm 204mm

Read our guide to sizing for more information about finding your perfect size.

How Do the Ejendals 8807W Gloves Protect Your Hands?

A foam nitrile palm enhances grip strength by absorbing moisture, perspiration, grease and oil. This prevents material being dropped and ensures that hand and wrist fatigue are a thing of the past. Level D cut-resistance also prevents blades, sharps and other abrasive material from breaching the high-quality glass fibre threading used in the construction of 8807W Gloves.

Performance Ratings

For a glove to be sold as a safety garment in Europe, the fabric used in its manufacturing process must first be tested to determine the level of protection it provides. Please view the information below to see how Ejendals 8807W Gloves performed when tested:

EN 388 (Protection Against Mechanical Risks)

  • 4X43D

EN 388 is a European regulation governing the sale of gloves used for safety and protection. It determines the gloves' performance when used for protection against mechanical machinery by measuring the fabric's abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance.

Test Result
Abrasion Level 4
Cut N/A
Tear Level 4
Puncture Level 3
Blade Cut Level D

Read our guide to EN 388 for more information.

EN 407

  • EN 407: X1XXXX

EN 407 is a European safety regulation governing the sale of gloves and garments that are resistant to any number of fire, heat and molten related hazards. Please view the table below to find out more:

Standard Resistance Rating
Burning Resistance N/A
Contact Heat Resistance Level 1 (100°C)
Convective Heat Resistance N/A
Radiant Heat Resistance N/A
Resistance to Small Molten Splashes N/A
Resistance to Large Molten Splashes N/A

Suitable Applications and Professions

Thanks to their combination of mechanical hazard resistances, the Ejendals 8807W Gloves are suitable for a wide range of professions and environments. Please see the list below for a few examples we've put together:

Key Features and Attributes

  • 15 gauge design combines the benefits of a lighter glove with the protection of a heavier one
  • Glass fibre fabric constitution ensures blades are jammed before reaching the skin
  • Palm-dipped foam nitrile coating absorbs grease, oil and moisture to enhance grip strength
  • Cut Level D protection gives amazing security against blades, glass, sheet metal and other hazardous material
  • Thick knit cuff prevents dirt and debris from entering the glove at the wrist
  • DMFa free design is kind on sensitive skin
  • Contact heat resistant to material heated to 100°C for up to fifteen seconds
  • Across-the-board EN 388 mechanical hazard protection
  • Available in four different sizes for a guaranteed fit

See Them In Action

Please view the video below to see the various attributes, properties and functions that make Ejendals Infinity Gloves special:

Incredible Cut-Resistance

Level D cut resistance means the fabric used in the construction of Ejendals 8807W Gloves can withstand an incredible 22 newtons of downward pressure applied by a sharp implement before showing visible signs of damage. In real world terms, this is the difference between a misplaced blade tip piercing a cheaper, weaker fabric and it being lodged in between the high quality cut-resistant fibres used in the manufacturing of Ejendals Gloves.

What Is Glass Fibre Thread?

Glass fibre thread or glass fibre lining as it is otherwise known is a material commonly used in the manufacturing of gloves and other cut-resistant garments. It is incredibly durable whilst remaining inobtrusive and lightweight. It looks like incredibly thin string and is woven into the nylon fibres during the construction process to give Ejendals Gloves the cut-resistance they need.

Absorbent Foam Nitrile Coating

Foam nitrile is an incredibly durable and porous coating. It is manufactured to include tiny air bubbles which absorb oil, grease and moisture. If left on the face of the glove palm, these can cause slippage and material drops. It works like a sponge, creating a suction effect that leaves the slightly abrasive texturing on the palm dry enough to adhere to the material in hand.

Contact Heat Resistance

Heated material is a constant issue in factory and warehouse settings. Whether you work with it directly, or you're a machine operative, it's vital you wear gloves that protect against burns and scolding. Tegera 8807W Gloves have a contact heat resistant rating that allows the user to hold material heated to 100°C for an incredible fifteen seconds.

Lightweight 15 Gauge Design

A 15 gauge glove gives the best of both worlds. The heavier, denser fabric associated with a lower gauge glove is woven into a tightly spun, snug design brief that doesn't compromise on dexterity and accuracy. This leaves the fingers free to complete tactile, difficult tasks that require an incredible amount of natural touch and feel.

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Delivery Information

This product usually delivered by Royal Mail or better and will typically arrive within 1 to 3 working days after dispatch.

Orders placed before 2.00pm on weekdays (excluding bank holidays) are normally dispatched the same day if your order is in stock. Orders placed after 2.00pm, or orders placed at the weekend or during a bank holiday, should be dispatched the next working day.

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Delivery Charges

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