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Anti-Vibration Air Gloves

International Standard EN ISO 10819:1996 ("Mechanical vibration and shock Hand-arm vibration - Method for the measurement and evaluation of the vibration transmissibility of gloves at the palm of the hand") specifies the amplitude of vibration transmissibility that must be achieved for a glove to be classified as an anti-vibration glove. The standard requires the overall transmissibility of a glove to be measured for mid frequencies (TRM frequency range from 16-400 Hz) and for high frequencies (TRH frequency range from 100-600 Hz). TRM must be less than 1.0, and TRH must be less than 0.6.

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