Creating Safer Work Environments
This cooling, frictionless powder absorbs moisture and perspiration when wearing rubber gloves. The dust provides extra comfort, while preventing your gloves from getting sticky. The 5 ounce bottle fits easily in a coat pocket or glove bag.
Grain goatskin leather driver with cut resistant liner.
From electrical burns to cuts from sharp tools and materials, workplace injuries are a serious issue. With ANSI A2 cut protection and ARC 3 arc flash protection, you can keep your hands protected from multiple workplace hazards with the new A62 utility glove.
Protector Gloves should always be worn over rubber insulating gloves to protect against cuts, abrasions and punctures. Protectors are steam pressed on curved hand forms to insure proper fit over rubber gloves. These goatskin gloves are sewn with heavy-duty nylon thread in the gunn cut inseam construction pattern. Protector Gloves for Class 00 and 0 gloves feature an elastic wrist.
Rubber Insulating Gloves are a crucial piece of personal protective equipment for electrical workers. Gloves combine high dielectric and physical strength with flexibility and durability. The dexterity of these gloves makes working with small parts easy. Gloves are made of Type I Natural Rubber.
Cordova Outlaw Arc-Flash Rated Premium Grain Cowhide driver gloves feature an aramid/synthetic fiber machine knit shell. The cut-resistant gloves also offer aramid stitching, a shirred elastic back, keystone thumb and leather self-hem. Ideal for oil and gas, construction, auto repair, mining, electrician, linemen, utility workers and metal fabrication. Offers ANSI Cut Level A4: 1972 grams, and Arc Flash/HRC 4: ATPV 53 cal/cm2
The Eureka Heat FR Arc-Flash Gloves are designed with high quality Nitrile/Chlorophrene composite flame retardant coating, which keeps the gloves heat resistant up to 100˚C. Arc flash certified, these gloves are designed for high arc flash, in addition to having high cut resistance. Not only are the gloves oil and water repellant, but they are suitable for work in areas where arc flashes may appear. EN407. ASTM F2675. ATPV <40 Cal/cm2.
EN388:2016 rating 3543.
Protector gloves should always be worn over rubber insulating gloves to protect against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.
Rubber insulating gloves are a crucial piece of personal protective equipment for electrical workers.
These rubber gloves provide the required electrical protection when used in industries such as electrical contracting, power and communication utilities, transportation and manufacturing. The ergonomically-friendly "hand at a natural rest" shape of the gloves provides a less fatiguing, more comfortable fit. A superior chlorination process combined with a generous cuff circumference and natural shaped fingers allows easier donning and doffing, responsive finger manipulation and space for protective garments to fit inside the cuff. Rolled cuff provides increased durability when putting the gloves on-and-off.
Arc flash gloves feature high dielectric and physical strength, along with great flexibility and durability. Leather protective gloves should always be worn over rubber insulating gloves to protect against cuts, abrasions and punctures.