Electrical Insulating Safety Gloves Class 2
- Class: 2 (17000 Volts)
- Length: 16″
- Rubber Glove Colours: Yellow/Black (yellow inside)
- Sizes: 8 through 12, including half sizes
- Testing: Glove testing extra. Call for a quote.
- Testing: Included in price. Gloves are tested (ASTM D120) prior to shipping.
- Recommended Testing Intervals: 6 months
Electrical Safety Insulating Gloves for arc flash protection when working on electrical systems. These gloves are extremely flexible to make working with small parts easy. They are also frequently referred to as Lineman’s gloves. The arc protection gloves offer primary protection against contact with energized lines and electrical hazards. Protect your workers with PPE that complies with CSA Z462-08 & NFPA 70E standards and OHSA regulations.
All our gloves meet or exceed ASTM D120 and IEC EN60903 Standards.
Class 2 gloves are available with a 16″ length with the standard straight cuff. Class 2 Electrical Insulating Gloves are available in the industry standard contrasting two colour combination of Yellow/Black (yellow inside). The contrast between the thin outer colour against the inner colour makes inspecting for cuts and tears easier when the glove is inflated or stretched. The gloves are manufactured from Type I natural rubber.
Leather Protector Gloves should always be worn over Rubber Insulating Gloves to provide the needed mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions and punctures. All protectors are steamed pressed on curved hand forms to ensure proper fit over Rubber Gloves. Manufactured from top-grade leather, all are sewn with heavy-duty nylon thread in the inseam construction pattern. Each protector for Class 1-4 gloves are equipped with a nonmetallic buckle on the pull strap and an extra-wide leather reinforcement over the thumb seam.
Protectors for Class 00 and 0 gloves are available with nonmetallic buckle and pull strap or elastic wrist.
All Salisbury Leather Protectors meet ASTM F696 standards.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to specify the overall length of the protector gloves. The Clearance Table shows the minimum distance which shall be allowed between the protector glove cuff and the bead of the rubber glove per ASTM F496 Specifications.
WARNING: Do not use leather protectors alone for protection against electric shock. Serious injury or death will result. Always use a properly rated insulating glove for the voltage being worked.
Proper care of leather protectors is essential to user safety. Inspect the leather protectors when inspecting rubber gloves.
Metal particles, imbedded wire, abrasive materials or any substance that could physically damage the rubber gloves must be removed from the protector before use.
In Order to determine the proper size for Class 0 and 00 insulating gloves, use a tape measure to find the circumference of your hand around the palm. For example, 8″ means your Class 0 and 00 glove size is 8. For Class 2 gloves add 1/2 size to allow for dexterity. For example, 8″ means your Class 2 glove size is 81/2.
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