The first heated work gloves to comply with PPE standard EN 388.

G-Heat is breaking new ground by launching the first pair of work gloves on the French market that can be heated for up to 6 hours and comply with PPE standard EN 388. With this innovation, we aim to improve the working conditions
of professionals exposed to risks, by protecting them from both cold and mechanical aggression.

The GP01 from G-Heat are gloves designed for work in cold environments. They are particularly suitable for :

  • Refrigeration industry (cold stores, cold rooms and chambers, containers, etc.)
  • refrigerators...)
  • Mountain equipment maintenance
  • BTP
  • Vineyard maintenance, agricultural work, forestry, arboriculture...

Reduce work-related stress and accidents by combining protection and warmth

Since 2017, our mission has been to develop useful garments that improve the daily lives and working conditions of professionals. " With these certified gloves that heat up to 6 hours, we're taking the work glove market to the next level by providing dual protection - thermal and mechanical - for professionals working in cold environments. One occupational accident in two is linked to manual handling*, and there are many risks associated withprolonged exposure to cold, such as frostbite, hypothermia, loss of precision and dexterity, numbness, RSI, etc. We hope that these gloves will help to significantly reduce these risks," says Edouard Castaignet, co-founder of G-Heat.

What does the PPE standard EN 388 mean?

Standard EN 388 specifies the degree of glove protection against mechanical hazards. It was updated in 2016, and uses a series of 6 numbers and letters to indicate the level of resistance to the following risks: abrasion (1 to 4), cut (1 to 5), tear (1 to 4), perforation (1 to 4) and, since 2016, pressure cut (A to F) and impact (- or P).

Our heated work gloves have achieved the following results:

Abrasion  2
Outage 1
Tear 3
Perforation 2
Cut EN ISO 13997 X



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