Thermal protection

The Mapa Professionnel Thermal Protection range provides excellent comfort and protection to hands whenever work situations require.

These safety gloves may be needed if hands are exposed to a cold environment over an extended period, or when handling hot or cold objects.

Select the appropriate thermal protection to meet your needs

Performance

The higher the level of performance, the greater the gloves thermal insulation.

  • Standard protection

    Standard protection

    Ideal for handling hot objects for short periods, e.g. handling moulds in the ceramic industry.

  • Technical protection

    Technical protection

    Increased thermal insulation to allow hot objects to be handled for longer periods, e.g. frequently removing hot dishes from ovens.

Environment

Select the glove that meets your needs according to your working environment.

  • Dry / Damp or slightly oily
  • Wet

    Wet

    Contact with steam, oils / greases, e.g. removing objects from autoclaves or steam ovens

  • Chemical

    Chemical

    Hot chemical products, acids, alkalis, petroleum products, etc, e.g. chemical treatment of metals.

Note

For standard thermal protection in wet environments, see the Liquid proof Protection range (Ref. 321-325).

For level 1 thermal protection (tested at 100�C) see the supported gloves in the Liquidproof protection ranges (Ref. 300 and 301) and Chemical protection (Ref. 381 or Ref. 382)

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