Protect your hands with mechanic gloves!
A mechanic must be well equipped but also and above all well protected. Often mistakenly forgotten, pairs of gloves designed for mechanics will give you the necessary protection to avoid damaging or burning your hands. Technical gloves reinforced on the top of the hand while leaving you a good dexterity and a feeling of touch necessary for a precision mechanics. Different pairs of gloves to choose from depending on your needs in your garage or car stand.
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Sale of mechanic gloves
Sale of pairs of gloves for mechanics for motor sport. Find all the mechanics gloves at low prices on Oreca-Store.com, the motorsport shop. Protecting your hands in mechanics is very important, professionals often neglect this and accidents can happen very quickly. Closed by velcro, they will not bother you and ensure an optimal support. All special gloves for mechanics are available from stock or on order. Repair like a real mechanic while keeping a real touch and sensitivity at the fingertips, in order to work with the greatest mechanical precision. In the event of an incident, your hands will be the first to act quickly, so the use of gloves is essential to avoid any risk of burns or injury! Short or long gloves, very thick and very strong, resistant to high temperatures, optimal protection for a sports car mechanic.
The activities of professional mechanics involve the handling of many products and equipment that can endanger their users. Whether you are a professional or a private individual, car repairs require the use of certain equipment such as protective gloves. Here we present their usefulness and some criteria for choosing yours.
Protective gloves, an essential accessory for safe working
Pairs of gloves are sometimes neglected by mechanics, but they are important individual protective equipment. Their role is to prevent a certain number of dangers such as: abrasions, irritations, thermal risks, cuts, etc. Protective gloves therefore aim to protect their wearer against mechanical, chemical, microbiological or any other risk that may affect the physical integrity of the mechanic.
The pairs of protective gloves for mechanics are designed to maintain sensitivity and touch at the fingertips to allow you to work with the utmost precision. Velcro fastenings ensure that they do not get in the way and provide optimum support.
In addition to protective gloves, there are many other items of equipment that are essential for a mechanic, such as mechanic's safety glasses. These are CE-certified clear glasses that are designed to prevent vision-related risks (UV radiation, blinding, risk of solid, liquid or chemical particles being thrown around, etc.).
To provide better protection for your whole body during your working hours, you should have mechanic's clothing that suits your habits. This will help you avoid burns or problems with metal additives or debris.
Some criteria to follow when choosing your mechanics' protective glove
For use in workshops and garages, your protective gloves for mechanics should be well chosen and not pose an additional risk. A glove that is too thick can reduce your performance in terms of tactile sensitivity and grip. A glove that is too small will not provide the necessary protection and dexterity to your hands.
When choosing your gloves, here are some criteria to consider:
- The material and the dexterity allowed by the glove
- The intended use
- The size
Dexterity defines the precision with which the mechanic can handle small objects with the protective glove. It actually depends on the thickness of the glove as well as the flexibility of the glove material. Cotton or nitrile-coated gloves are preferable, as they allow you to keep a very good grip on parts, even if they are covered in oil. Latex gloves should be banned from your workshops, as they do not provide sufficient protection.
The intended use of the glove is also important in choosing a model. For example, if you work with sharp objects, a cut-resistant glove is ideal. If you handle chemicals, chemical protection gloves are the best choice. They will protect your hands from splashes that can cause burns or irritation.
The size of your gloves will vary according to your hand size. For example, for a hand size of 15 cm, you will need a glove of size 5.5. However, for a hand size of 16 cm, a size 6 glove would be ideal.
In mechanics, protective equipment such as gloves, goggles or clothing allow you to limit damage and reduce work-related accidents. At Oreca Store, we provide mechanics and garage owners with protective gloves specially designed for workshop and garage activities.