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Working gloves

In Juba we have more than 400 work gloves to prevent thermal, mechanical, chemical, electrical risks, cutting risks, welding sparks... that a worker can find in his workplace.

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Juba adds size 3XL to its catalog in the yellow fluorescent high visibility vest

In its efforts to offer workwear and work gloves that meet the needs of each professional, Juba has added size 3XL to its high-visibility yellow fluorescent vest. On this occasion, the company adds a larger size for model HV174YEL, which is designed with horizontal reflective bands, in addition to a Velcro closure. Regarding the sales format, Juba markets this basic hi-visibility vest in a bag to be hung on display and be more visible to the store visitor. High-visibility vests are essential in many work environments, where maximum safety and visibility are required. In addition, Juba's high visibility references offer high technicality, durability and quality. The vest is not the only reference, Juba has in its catalogue a wide range of garments designed for low light work situations where the worker must increase his visibility to avoid any incident. All this equipment is certified with the international high visibility standard ENISO20471:2013 + A1:2016, which specifies the mandatory requirements for protective clothing capable of visually signalling the wearer's presence intended to make him visible in risky situations with any type of daylight and when illuminated in the dark by car headlights.
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KSLX200: an orange seamless glove made of polyester coated with rough latex

Hands are the main working tool in many industrial sectors. If a work protection glove is too large or, on the contrary, too small, the wearer's movements will be reduced and he may be exposed to some risks. A glove may slip if the size is too large, while grip and dexterity will be compromised if the wearer is undersized. Above all, the glove must guarantee a perfect fit to adapt to the professional's hands. Today, there are different sizes, usually ranging from 6 to 12, to ensure a good fit. As if it were a second skin, this product must protect from the palm to the fingertips. Juba has been working for nearly 70 years to provide the most suitable safety gloves for each hand. On this occasion, the company has added the new KSLX200model to its catalogue of over 500 glove references, available from size 7, which corresponds to S, up to size 11 or XXL. JJuba's new model stands out for its design with orange colour on the back of the hand and a black interior on the palm. KSLX200 is a seamless glove with a rough latex coated polyester material, which is now available in gauge 13. A recently released Juba reference that is similar to the H256, but more economical and in industrial format. What are the peculiarities of KSLX200? Great waterproof properties in the palm, providing a solid grip in dry and wet environments. In addition, this reference provides the user with good abrasion resistance and increased durability. Therefore, this glove is recommended for professionals in the gardening, do-it-yourself, plumbing, light metal structure erectors and construction/masonry sectors. Juba customers interested in this product can purchase it in different packaging: a minimum order of a pack of 10 pairs of gloves or, for those who wish a box containing 120 pairs is also available. The KSLX200 reference is a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which complies with the essential health and safety requirements specified in the EN 388:2016 standard on Protection Gloves against Mechanical Risks, as category II PPE.
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New certifications for Juba's sustainable products: GRS and RCS

Recycling has emerged as a powerful ally in a textile industry that manufactures 100 billion garments worldwide every year. In this context, it has been necessary to explore circular models to reuse materials that can be transformed into new fabrics and garments with the help of different recycling technologies. Juba wanted to guarantee the quality, transparency and sustainable practices of its products with respect to textile recycling. Therefore, it has certified some of its references with two leading accreditations developed by a global non-profit organization, Textile Exchange: Global Recycle Standard (GRS), which verifies the recycled content of products, in addition to responsible social, environmental and chemical practices in their production. The standard covers the processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, trade and distribution of all products made with a minimum of 20% recycled material. Recycled Blended Claim Standard (RCS) aims to maintain the identity of a recycled raw material by tracking the entire production chain, from supply to distribution. Specifically, the RCS logo can be used when a product contains between 5 and 95% recycled material. In particular, references with the RCS Blended seal must have a portion of their fabric coming from recycled materials. Here are some of the most common combinations: Recycled polyester + cotton Recycled cotton + polyester Recycled polyester + polyester Recycled polyester + elastane range includes three references with this certification:   H265NT NATURE, a glove made with recycled polyester (49%) and sanded latex on the palm, which offers great flexibility and extra comfort, adapting perfectly to the hand. Seamless and with an exceptional touch, this blue Juba reference has a 15 gauge and very good abrasion resistance, increased durability. It provides a solid grip in dry and wet environments. H251NT NATURE, a Juba reference made with a 44% recycled fibre backing: 25% polyester and 19% recycled cotton, plus a natural rubber coating. These gloves offer the user a solid grip in dry and wet environments. In addition to good abrasion resistance, which makes the product more durable. In addition, this model is resistant to contact heat (250ºC for 15"). Among the features of this glove is its sweat absorption, which keeps hands comfortable and fresh, thanks to Sanitized®. This sanitizing function protects gloves from fungus, mites and bacteria, prevents odours, provides long-lasting protection to polymers and minimizes skin irritation. Juba offers this glove with recycled point-of-sale cardboard. H251NTWT NATURE: a glove with a very similar design to the previous one, but with an inner liner that keeps the temperature of the hands stable down to 0ºC. However, the liner of this Juba reference is made with more recycled fibres: 62% of which 55% are polyester and 7% cotton. These gloves provide solid grip in dry and wet environments. They are also resistant to contact heat (250°C for 15") and respond very well to abrasion for increased durability. The inner liner absorbs sweat very well, keeping the wearer's hands comfortable and cool.
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Guantes para trabajar en cualquier sector


Las manos son la parte del cuerpo humano que más accidentes laborales sufre por causas tan diversas como las imprudencias, el uso incorrecto de los equipos de protección, el mal estado de la maquinaria o el desconocimiento.


La elección de los mejores guantes para trabajar dependerá de muchos factores, sobre todo habrá que valorar cuál es el sector profesional en el que se van a utilizar, las condiciones laborales del trabajador y, entre otras cosas, las tareas a realizar, así como del entorno y las sustancias que deban manipularse. 


La mayoría de los guantes para trabajar están considerados Equipos de Protección Individual (EPIs), por lo que deben tener unas características de calidad y unos requisitos técnicos muy específicos.


Tipos de guantes de trabajo


Los guantes de protección son una parte muy importante del vestuario laboral puesto que se encargan de proteger las manos de los trabajadores ante los riesgos a los que están expuestos a diario. Al igual que cada profesión consiste en una actividad, los guantes también se diferencian en función del entorno laboral, pero hay otros requisitos para esa clasificación como la normativa vigente, el material del recubrimiento, el tipo de soporte necesario o el tipo de guante. Entre esas opciones de guantes se pueden distinguir:


  • Guantes de soldador: protegen de la llama, del calor y de las salpicaduras de metal fundido.
  • Guantes anticorte: construidos sobre distintos soportes técnicos para ofrecer la protección necesaria contra riesgos de corte.
  • Guantes de protección química: aportan una gran resistencia a diferentes sustancias químicas y se pueden distinguir entre los que van con soporte y sin soporte.
  • Guantes dieléctricos: guantes aislantes para la manipulación de instalaciones eléctricas y trabajos en tensión de entre 500 y 35.000 voltios.
  • Guantes de protección térmica: protegen frente a temperaturas extremas de calor hasta 500ºC y frío hasta una temperatura de -40ºC.
  • Guantes antiestáticos: fabricados con materiales conductivos para ofrecer al usuario la protección necesaria frente a la electricidad estática.
  • Guantes para forestales: protegen frente a golpes y arañazos en limpiezas de bosques, repoblaciones, talas, podas y conservación general del medio ambiente.
  • Guantes desechables: guantes de un solo uso, que protegen de la contaminación a los alimentos e, incluso, a ciertas sustancias químicas como los aceites de un taller.
  • Guantes para motosierras: máxima protección al corte y en la manipulación en trabajos arriesgados con el uso de motosierras.
  • Guantes anti-pinchazos: diseñados con materiales resistentes a la penetración y cortes, para prevenir lesiones en las manos y dedos. Específicos para proteger a los trabajadores que manejan objetos punzantes o cortantes, como agujas, cristales o metales afilados, entre otros.
  • Guantes anti-impacto: una herramienta esencial para cuidar las manos de los trabajadores contra lesiones causadas por golpes en el dorso de la mano. Están confeccionados con materiales como la goma termoplástica (TPR) en los nudillos y los dedos, para reducir el impacto en las manos durante la manipulación de herramientas y maquinarias pesadas.
  • Guantes anti-vibración: reducen el impacto de las vibraciones a la palma de la mano.
  • Guantes de uso general: fabricados con diferentes tipos de hilos, la mayoría sin costuras para proporcionar al usuario un máximo ajuste a la mano y confort, mientras protegen a los profesionales de riesgos por astillas, del uso de aceites, de pequeños arañazos y cortes, de la humedad... En cualquier caso, se trata de trabajos que no tienen riesgos importantes, pero en los que las manos sufren por el roce de elementos o herramientas.


Uso de guantes de seguridad en el trabajo


Juba dispone de un catálogo con más de 500 referencias de guantes de seguridad laboral, desde guantes para trabajos más específicos, como los usados en industrias químicas hasta guantes desechables para sanidad o para la industria de la alimentación.


Los mejores guantes de trabajo


Aquellos profesionales que deben usar guantes en el trabajo deben asegurarse su comodidad y seguridad por lo que deberán tener muy en cuenta la talla para que los guantes se adapten a sus manos. Juba dispone de todo tipo de guantes de seguridad laboral desde tallas especiales, además de diferentes materiales para cualquier usuario o necesidad, entre otros: 



Sin embargo, los mejores guantes de trabajo son aquellos que más se adaptan a las necesidades de cada puesto y, por supuesto, a las manos de cada profesional.


 Cómo se usan los guantes de trabajo


Los profesionales se exponen con frecuencia a diferentes riesgos por lo que sea cual sea el material con el que están fabricados los guantes de trabajo, hay que comprobar su estado. Entre otros aspectos, se debe revisar con cierta periodicidad cómo se están usando esos guantes, si mantienen su estado original y si son los más adecuados para ese trabajo. 


La fecha de caducidad será obligatoria de cumplir en los guantes dieléctricos, mientras que en los de protección química deberá regularse su uso con un calendario a fin de garantizar que se cambien antes de ser permeados. 


¡Encuentra los guantes de trabajo que tus manos necesitan para un trabajo seguro!

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