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Rubber insulating gloves for electrical workers are one of the most important items for personal protection that you require. The excellent insulating factor of rubber along with the high dielectric, physical strength and flexibility in WH Salisbury's gloves has earned Salisbury the reputation of providing a superior performing rubber insulating glove. Salisbury rubber gloves meet or exceed the requirements of ASTM D120 specifications and the 70E standards for insulating the hands and forearm.
In order to determine the correct fit WH Salisbury rubber insulating gloves are available in sizes 8 through 12, including half sizes. To determine the correct size of glove measure the circumference around the palm of the hand. Allow for additional room if fabric glove liners are to be worn inside the protective rubber insulators especially if using thermal glove liners.
Class 00 gloves are available in red, Type I Natural rubber and blue Type II Salcor® ozone resistant insulating rubber. Class 0 gloves are available in red, yellow and black Type I Natural rubber and blue Type II Salcor® ozone resistant insulating rubber. Class 2 gloves are available in Type I Natural rubber only. All the rubber insulating gloves are extremely flexible and make working with small parts easy. Salisbury gloves meet or exceed ASTM D120 and IEC 903 standards for personal rubber insulating hand protection.
|Salisbury - The Market Leader|
Class 1 - Class 4 high voltage insulating rubber gloves are available in traditional straight cuff, bell cuff, flare cuff and contour cuff design in Type I, Natural Rubber. Colors ranges are all black, all red, all yellow, red/black and yellow/black. Salisbury offers the most extensive range of styles and hand sizes.
Salisbury also offers electrical insulating rubber mittens (Class 1-4) in bell cuff design
|Most High Voltage gloves are available in a full range of sizes from 8 through 12, including half sizes.|
Note: Always perform a risk hazard assessment when working on or near electrical equipment to determine the arc flash protection required. It may be that the arc potential of a possible electric flash blast could be higher then the actual cal rating of a certain Pro-Hood style so it always advised to perform a risk hazard assessment for each and every job function where there may be exposure to an electric arc.
For more information on determining your risk
hazard assessment you can access the:
Duke Power's Heat Flux Calculator.
ASTM D120 and IEC/EN 60903 standards
- All ASTM voltage classes available
- Single and two color gloves available
- Full range of sizes (8-12), including half sizes
- Our Salisbury exclusive Type II Salcor® glove in Class 00 & 0
- Gloves are available in four styles:
- Straight Cuff
- Contour Cuff
- Bell Cuff
- Flare Cuff
Arc Rating Hazard Risk Category 0 through 4
Salisbury insulating rubber gloves
for arc flash protection hazard risk category
2 through 4.
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Prices for EO11 and EO14 Rubber Insulating Gloves
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20% restocking fee on all returns and exchanges
We would be happy to talk about your safety protection guidelines that are appropriate for your industry.
Please feel free to call us at:
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Fax (250) 483-3356
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