SensPro® 8101

Protective gloves for firefighters with electronics and sensors – textile – with membrane

Upper material:
  • Back: DuPont™ Nomex® fabric with ceramic coating
  • Palm: 50% DuPont™ Kevlar®/50% Meta-Aramid knitted fabric with silicone coating

  • Back:
    • HiPro® – Hidden Protection
    • Special construction of inner reinforcement of the back
    • The basic layer in the reinforcement is structurally undulating PORON® XRD™ impact-absorption material
    • High protection against radiant heat (58.5 s), high area-wide shock protection, improved glove maintenance 
  • Fingertips: Para-Aramid reinforcement
Intermediate layer:
  • Aramid non-woven fabric

  • Membrane  Porelle® FR 

  • Aramid lining with increased grammage
  • Lining with self-cooling effect
  • Compact
 Additional information:
  • Anatomical glove cut
  • Reflective elements, high-visible Nomex®
  • Snap hook  for hanging gloves on clothing
  • Tightening strap with velcro fastening
Glove Certification:
  • EN  659:2003+A1:2008
  • EN  388:2016
  • EN4 20:2003+A1:2009
Electronics Certification:
  • EN 60079-0:2012+A11/2013
  • EN 60079-11:2012
  • EN 60079-28:2015
More info:

 DuPont™ and Kevlar®,  Nomex® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
XRD® Extreme Impact Protection is a registered trademark of Rogers Corporation or its affiliate. 
Porelle Compact 3D

Size assortment: 7-8-9-10-11-12

However, if you want to know which size your hand belongs to, follow these instructions, please: measure perimeter of your hand with a piece of string or an inch-tape (right-handed people their right hand and left-handed people their left hand) over your joints. Human hand is the widest in the area of finger joints and splint bones. Your hand must be closed so that the end of your index finger can touch slightly your thumb tip. This length in centimetres is the size of your hand and you can find out the needed size of your glove with the following table.

Your hand┬┤s perimeter(cm)Glove size
14,2 - 16,7 6
16,7 - 19,2 7
19,2 - 21,7 8
21,7 - 24,2 9
24,2 - 26,7 10
26,7 - 29,2 11
29,2 - 31,7 12