Protective gloves

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Nitrile gloves
DS Safety Nitrile gloves
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DS Safety Premium Nitrile Gloves
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Latex Gloves
DS Safety Latex Gloves
Special Price47,70 EUR
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Latex Gloves
DS Safety Latex Gloves
Special Price48,70 EUR
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ESD gloves | without coating (grey)ESD Handschuh grau/beere
SafeGuard® ESD gloves | without coating (grey)
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Glove adapter system with clip closure
Kappler Glove adapter system with clip closure
Special Price20,17 EUR
Tapered glove adapters
Kappler Tapered glove adapters
Special Price4,38 EUR
Glove adapter system with PushLock
Kappler Glove adapter system with PushLock
Special Price43,25 EUR

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At DS Safety you will find a comprehensive selection of protective gloves suitable for a wide range of applications and industries. The product range includes:

Product descriptions


Our protective gloves are available in different sizes to ensure an optimal fit for every hand size. Sizes range from small to extra large (7-12 / XS-XXL) to ensure a secure and comfortable fit. This is crucial because ill-fitting gloves can limit mobility and increase the risk of accidents.



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Width (cm) 7 8,2 9,2 10,2 11,2 12,2 13,2





Each glove in our range is equipped with specific features that make it suitable for specific applications and risks. This includes:

  • Mechanical protection: Gloves with high abrasion and cut resistance for work where the hands are exposed to mechanical risks.
  • Chemical protection: Gloves specifically designed to protect hands from dangerous chemicals and microorganisms, in accordance with EN 374 and EN 388 standards.
  • Food suitability: Some of our gloves are suitable for food contact and meet the relevant hygiene standards.
  • ESD protection: For work in electrostatically sensitive areas, we offer ESD-safe gloves that meet leakage resistance standards.


The choice of materials for our gloves is diverse and tailored to specific requirements:

  • Nitrile: A robust, allergy-friendly material that offers good chemical resistance and flexibility. Ideal for use in the chemical industry and in the medical sector.
  • latex: Provides excellent elasticity and comfort, but is not suitable for those with latex allergies. Latex gloves are often available in powdered and powder-free versions.
  • Butyl: A specialized material for dealing with aggressive chemicals, offers excellent protection and is particularly durable.

Overview of the standards for protective gloves

Legal regulations and regulations

The legal regulations and regulations for protective gloves aim to ensure the safety and health of employees. Important aspects of these regulations include:

  • Compliance with EU regulations and standards: Protective gloves must comply with EU directives and are often certified according to specific standards such as EN 388, EN 374 and EN 455.
  • Labeling and certification: Gloves must bear the CE mark and contain information about the standards and performance levels met.
  • Material and manufacturing safety standards: The gloves must not contain any substances harmful to health and must offer effective protection.
  • Providing instructions for use: Each pair of gloves should include instructions for proper use, storage and care.
  • Risk assessment and suitability: Employers must ensure that the gloves selected are suitable for the specific working conditions.
  • Training of employees: Regular training on the correct use and care of the gloves is necessary

FAQ about protective gloves

What applies to protective gloves?

There are a few important rules to follow when using protective gloves. Only the protective gloves intended for the respective activity and according to the risk assessment should be used. It is also important to pay attention to the manufacturer's information. In addition, only undamaged, clean and dry protective gloves should be used. These rules help ensure workplace safety and protect hand health.

When should you wear protective gloves?

Protective gloves are required whenever hands are exposed to risks such as lacerations, cuts, burns, abrasions, perforations and similar injuries. In such cases it is necessary to wear protective gloves with a specific and standardized CE marking. This marking ensures that the gloves are suitable and safe for the intended purpose.

Why do you have to wear protective gloves?

Protective gloves are an essential part of personal protective equipment. They protect hands from substances that damage the skin and can be more dangerous than moisture. Liquid-tight gloves provide important protection against such substances and are therefore essential in many work environments.

Which statement about protective gloves is correct?

Proper protective gloves must have good tactile properties so that work objects can be grasped and gripped easily. They should offer a high level of comfort without the wearer injuring themselves on seams and edges. It is also important that the gloves are easy to put on and take off. These features ensure that the gloves not only offer protection, but are also efficient and comfortable in practical use

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