Minimum information for the marking of chemical protective gloves
Figure 1: CE mark in accordance with the EU directive with code number of the IFA
Figure 2: Erlenmeyer flask pictogram
Figure 3: Test beaker pictogram
Figure 4: Manufacturer's information pictogram
CE mark The CE mark (Fig. 1) documents that the glove complies with the general requirements of the PPE Directive. This is mandatory; the product does not otherwise constitute protective equipment.
1234 (four-digit code, e.g. 0121) Code number of the test body responsible for regular quality surveillance of the glove model. Always appears adjacent
to the CE mark (e.g. CE 0121 for the IFA, the body notified under the number 0121 in accordance with the PPE Directive).
Erlenmeyer flask or test beaker pictogram (Figs. 2 and 3.) These indicate that the product is a chemical
protective glove. Only one of these two pictograms must be present.
Manufacturer's information pictogram (Fig. 4) Indicates that before a chemical protective glove is used, the instruction handbook is to be consulted for
clarification of the chemicals for which the glove is suitable.