Rubber Insulating Gloves
Dielectric latex gloves to protect against electrical risks from 500 to 36000 volts. Version in cut edge or rolled edge.
The Rubber Insulating Gloves are used for protection of electrical workers from electrical shocks. These gloves are the most important personal protective equipment.
Our principals manufacture these Rubber Insulating Gloves according to the latest IEC and ASTM Standards. Each pair of glove is also routine tested at time of manufacturing.
Such gloves are intended to be used exclusively by:
- Electricians & Mechanics
- Utility Lineman & Telecommunication Technicians
- Automotive Technicians
- Maintenance and Electrical Supervisors
The latex line features insulating latex gloves for linemen.
The ergonomic shape and lightly powdered interior make the gloves easy to slip on and off.
The natural latex base offer high dielectric characteristics.Their thickness (from 0.5 to 2.9 mm) ensures good protection from 500 to 36000 volts of use.
Must be used with a leather overglove to protect against mechanical risks.
Electrical & Arc
|RUBBER INSULATING GLOVES TABLES|
|Class||00, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4|
|Size||8, 9, 10, 11|
|Length||280mm / 360 mm / 410mm / 460mm|
|Cuff||Cut Edge / Rolled Edge|
TRAINING & PROPER USE:
Storage: Store in original packaging. Do not compact or fold. Do not expose to heat sources (sunlight, radiators, artificial light).
Inspection: Before each use, carry out a visual inspection and check the glove inflation. Any puncture or perforation makes the gloves unusable.
Precautions: Do not expose to solvents or chemicalsthat may cause deterioration. Do not use the glove when damp.
Cleaning: Use water and soap. Dry below 65°C with ambient humidity.
The date of the electrical test made at the end of production is placed on every glove bag, as well as a lot number to ensure product traceability. Gloves that are used frequently should be tested at intervals less than 6 month. Gloves that are used only occasionally should be tested after each use and, in any case, at intervals of not more than 12months. Gloves held in stock should be re-tested at intervals not exceeding 12months.