Safety as a central factor - our personal protective equipment complies with the strict requirements of the EU 2016/425 standard
Reliable protection in dangerous situations
Cut-resistant work trousers are mainly used in forestry and forestry operations. This led to the development of our KÜBLER FOREST collection, which is tailored to the special requirements of this industry. As a forestry worker, you move through rough terrain with slippery surfaces. At the same time, the chain saw is one of your most important tools. A dangerous combination that can quickly lead to serious injuries if you are not careful. Our protective clothing prevents this. The special work trousers belong to risk category PPE III, which is dedicated to protection against irreversible damage to health and potentially fatal injuries.
Features of our PPE III category cut protection trousers:
- Certified according to EN 381-5 cut protection
- New models additionally certified according to EN ISO 11393-2 Cut protection
- Protection against cutting injuries with hand-held chainsaws
- Cut protection class 1 (20 m/s chain speed)
- Repeated conformity assessment by external bodies
Our goal is to ensure your safety at every moment of your working day. As a manufacturer with many years of experience, we are aware of this responsibility. The models in our range have a cut protection insert on the legs that keeps out saw blades with the standard speed of 20 metres per second. Please note: The protection of cut-resistant functional trousers depends on several factors. These include the speed of the chain, its sharpness and the individual angle of impact on the leg. There is therefore no model on the market that offers one hundred percent protection against small, superficial cuts in the event of an accident. Serious injuries, on the other hand, are prevented with our KÜBLER FOREST trousers.
Durable materials as a quality feature - our cut protection trousers are made up of several layers of fabric
The protective effect of cut-resistant work trousers is based on their special structure. Basically, they consist of an outer shell and an inner fabric. Between them is the actual protective insert, which consists of several loosely woven threads. These are fine and yet extremely tear-resistant. When a rotating saw touches the trousers, it first cuts through the outer fabric. Then it hits the fibres of the protective layer, which, thanks to their loose structure, come loose and wrap around the drive wheel. In fractions of a second, the saw blade comes to a stop.