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Chase Ergonomics 49002 Drivers Style Anti-Vib, Left Hand, Med Hand, ergonomic & wrist support
Glove meets ANSI S3.40: 2002 / ISO 10819: 1996 anti-vibration glove standard, also marked CE DK-0200-C.686. Power tools, whether electric, gas, or pneumatic, generate vibration energy which is transmitted through the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders and sometimes even amplified by the body structures it passes through. Generally, the vibration does not seem like a problem just a part of the job. But a very large number of jobs involve the use of vibrating equipment, from jackhammers to hammer drills. Problems arise with long-term exposure to vibration. HAVS (Hand/Arm Vibration Syndrome) is the general classification for several vibration-related disorders and now affects millions of people worldwide. The development of HAVS may be gradual, or sensations of tingling or numbness in the fingers may show up within a few weeks. Most HAVS disorders have no medical cure. This makes it critical to protect against vibration exposure whenever possible. This glove offers tested and proven protection from various vibration frequencies encountered when using power hand tools. 100% leather glove features our exclusive Gfom vibration-reducing pad that covers palm, fingers and thumb. Bolton thumb insert tailored for ergonomic comfort while gripping tools. Kevlar stitching for seam strength. Fluted finger cut allows full range of motion without fatigue. Please note: These gloves are sold for Right or Left Hand, not as a pair. Please make certain you are choosing the correct glove. Vibration reducing Decade brand gloves with Gfom have been tested and certified in Europe to meet strict standards set there for worker protection. Our full-finger gloves are all CE-marked as meeting the European and ANSI AV glove standard S3.40/2002: ISO 10819. Testing was conducted at Delta Acoustics & Vibration in Denmark.