Boddingtons Electrical Insulating Flex & Grip Natural Rubber Safety Gloves, 7500 Max Working Voltage, Class 1, Length 410mm, Thickness 2.6mm, Category RC, with Outer Coating in Orange and Red Elastomer, Sizes 7-12

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Natural rubber gloves with outer coating in orange red elastomer, black interior, cut edges. Special proper ties (category) RC, with mechanical protection. Gloves with reinforced mechanical protection: no need any leather over gloves. Product made with a high-performance polymer blend that combines mechanical, chemical and dielectric resistances. Specially formulated outer coating that provides exceptional grip, even in humid or greasy conditions. Complete range : from class 00 to class 4. 

  • The unique formulation of the rubber compound makes Flex & Grip gloves extremely flexible. 
  • Each pair of composite gloves is supplied with one pair of cotton fingerless under gloves to improve comfort; it’s recommended to replace regularly the cotton gloves for hygienic reasons.
  •  Composite insulating gloves with integrated mechanical protection


Gloves are tested and certified to EN 60903 and IEC 60903

No gloves of classes 1, 2, 3 and 4, not even those held in storage, should be use unless they have been tested within a maximum period of 6 months. . However they do need testing every six months. The tests should include air inflation to check for leaks (using our pneumatic glove tester), a visual inspection while pressurized and a dielectric test in accordance with EN60903 standards of live working gloves of insulating material.

From the annex E (informative) of the EN-60903 standard 

Typical Industries

  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  • Logistics and Warehousing
  • Machinery and Equipment
  • Mining
  • Public Utilities
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The gloves must be kept in their original wrapping. Do not compress them. Do not fold them. Do not store them near light or heat sources natural or artificial . Storage temperature must be between 10 and 21° C. Humidity 60+/- 10%

Transport conditions must be the same as storage conditions

Gloves should now be allowed unnecessarily to come in contact with oil, grease, turpentine, white spirit, strong acid or any corrosive products. Do not use wet gloves

Inflate the gloves with air in order to detect potential faults. Carry out visual inspection. The standards EN 60903 and IEC 60903 indicate in annex E.3 (informative) that Category C should be used in ambient temperatures between -40° C and +55° C

With water and soft soap only . Dry at less than 65° C.

· CATEGORY H (oil resistance)
Conditioning of gloves by immersion for 24 hr in oil (liquid 102) at 70 ± 2 °C:
Proof and withstand test voltage
Mechanical resistance : > 50% of non conditioning gloves
· CATEGORY A (resistance to acid)
Conditioning of gloves by immersion for 8 hr in sulphuric acid solution (32° Be) heated at 23 ± 2 °C:
Proof and withstand test voltage
Mechanical resistance : > 75% of non conditioning gloves
· CATEGORY Z (resistance to ozone)
Conditioning of gloves for 3 hr in a chamber at 40 ± 2 °C and in a 1 ± 0.01 mg/m3 ozone concentration
Visual control
Proof and withstand test voltage
· CATEGORY C : (resistance to very low temperatures)
Conditioning of gloves for 24 hr at -40 ± 3 °C. and then shall be folded at the wrist in order to be placed between two
polyethylene plate and being subjected to a force of 100 N for 30 seconds :
Visual control
Proof and withstand test voltage
· CATEGORY R = A + Z + H

Each pair of gloves is packaged in an opaque sachet with a direction of use inside. On the packaging, the following information is given : class, size, categories, type of cuff, length of gloves, test date, manufacture and validation batch numbers. The sachet and instruction for use are certified as part of the PPE and must be kept with the gloves.

    • SKU
    • EAN
    • HS Commodity Codes
  • Arc Flash Category
    Not Applicable
  • Special Properties Category
  • Class Voltage (V)
  • Length (mm)
  • Material
    Natural Rubber Latex (Composite)
  • Maximum Working Voltage (V)
  • Sizes Available
  • Thickness (mm)
  • Test Voltage (V)
  • Manufacturer
    Boddingtons Electrical Ltd
  • Sizes Available
    7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

Boddingtons Electrical Ltd partner with TNT for the majority of our UK Mainland, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Channel Islands consignments. Should you wish for your orders to have shipping notifications you can advise of an email address that we can add to the TNT shipping software to initiate this for your account.

TNT Tracking 

You can use the link below to trace your order once a tracking number has been sent to you via email.

Cut-Off Times

A purchase order placed before 1 pm with the item ex-stock can be processed for same day shipment. We do have the flexibility to process orders at a later time but please check with customer services . 

Services Levels Summary

UK Mainland Services

  • Standard - 2-3 working days , untimed service - by end of business day. 
  • Express - Next-day working delivery, untimed service - by end of business day. 
  • 12:00 - Next-day delivery - guaranteed by noon - (Delivery by 12am next working day throughout most of the UK Mainland: Delivery are not guaranteed but currently enjoy a very high success rate. We do not offer any refunds on compensation for timed services) 
  • 10:00 - Next-day delivery - guaranteed by 10am  - (Delivery by 10am next working day throughout most of the UK Mainland: Delivery are not guaranteed but currently enjoy a very high success rate. We do not offer any refunds on compensation for timed services) 
  • 9:00 - Next-day delivery - guaranteed by 9am - (Delivery by 9am next working day throughout most of the UK Mainland: Delivery are not guaranteed but currently enjoy a very high success rate. We do not offer any refunds on compensation for timed services) 

Channels Islands

  • Standard - 3-4 working days , untimed service - by end of business day.

Northern Ireland

  • Standard - 2-3 working days , untimed service - by end of business day. 
  • Express - Next-day working delivery, untimed service - by end of business day. 

Pallet Services

Our electrical switchboard matting is considerably heavy and can only be shipped via a third party pallet service. Unfortunately we cannot offer tracking information when using this service level. Any orders over a 40Kg will automatically be sent on a pallet service

Minimum Order Value

The minimum order value for carriage paid orders is £250.00 (nett) excluding vat.

Carriage paid orders exclude Timed Services such as 9am/10am/Noon.

Our minimum order level is £30.00 and maybe subject to a minimum order value of £10.00 excl vat however a carriage charge will be applied depending on the service level chosen.  

Export Customers

For all non UK mainland customers we quote Ex-Works (EXW).

EXW means that the seller has delivered when they place or deliver suitably packaged goods at the disposal of the buyer at an agreed-upon place (i.e. the works, factory, warehouse, etc.). The goods are not cleared for export.

The seller is not required to load the goods onto a collecting vehicle and, if they do, it is at the buyer’s expense. EXW is the only Incoterm where the goods are not required to be cleared for export, although the seller has the duty to assist the buyer (at the buyer’s expense) with any needed documentation and export approvals.

After collection, the buyer must provide the seller with proof that they collected the goods. From collection, the buyer is responsible for all risks, costs and clearances.

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EN 60903 - Live working - Electrical insulating gloves

EN 60903:2003 - Gloves and mitts of insulating material for live working, corrected 2004 and 2006.

This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for gloves and wiring gloves intended for use by workers exposed to high-tension electrical voltage. This standard and does not make reference to other glove standards, such as EN 420 (general requirements), EN 388 (mechanical risks), or EN 374 (chemical risks).

Gloves that are manufactured and certified according to EN standard 60903 are the only gloves that should be used when there is a risk of electrical shock. To help determine which gloves provide the best protection, it is important to know gloves’ capacities relative to different voltage levels.

To limit the effects of wear and tear (e.g., contact with sharp cables), specially designed protective gloves can and should be worn over electrical insulating gloves.


ClassTested atWorking voltage



Category optionalAdditional requirements
AAcid resistance
HOil resistance
ZOzone resistance
MResistance against high mechanical strain
RResistance against acid, oil, ozone, and high mechanical strain
CResistance against extreme cold


Insulating protective gloves require inspections every 6 months and should be subjected to the following:

Classes 00 and 0 – examination to detect air leaks and visual inspection

Classes 1 to 4 – examination to detect air leaks, visual inspection, and electrical test

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