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04.03.2024   |   Vienna, Austria

Introducing the new skySense glove

New glove, new colour 

We are thrilled would like to announce the launch of the skySense, the newest addition to our esteemed examination & personal protective glove portfolio. This newly launched blue glove meets the rising demand for vibrant color options, enhancing our diverse range of lightweight glove offerings.

skySense will be offered both in our sempermed® medical glove portfolio and as part of our semperguard® line of gloves.
Explore the array of color choices available in our lightweight glove portfolio below: 

skySense gloves are in compliance with the following regulations and standards:

  • Class 1 Medical Device according to MDR (EU) 2017/745, EN 455 1-4
  • Category 3 Chemical protective glove according to PPE-R (EU) 2016/425, EN ISO 374-1 (Type B), EN ISO 374-5, EN ISO 21420
  • Suitable for short food contact according to Regulation (EC) 1935/2004

Select Your Size at a Glance 

Our skySense gloves are designed to cater to a wide range of users, available in five sizes (XS-XL). To facilitate effortless size indication, each dispenser box is color-coded according to respective size. This intuitive color marking system allows users to swiftly pinpoint the desired size within any dispenser box. 

Packaging and logistic information

In our commitment to streamlined operations, the gloves are conveniently packed in boxes of 200 pieces for sizes XS, S, M, and L, while size XL boxes contain 180 pieces. This ensures optimal logistics management, facilitating efficient loading of containers. Our standardized packaging dimensions further contribute to seamless handling and transportation. 

Ordering information 

Beginning March 2024, skySense gloves are ready for order placement. For additional details or to initiate an order, please reach out to your dedicated Area Sales Manager. 

We look forward to assisting you in accessing the superior protection and comfort offered by skySense gloves!

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