CATU CG-80 Under Gloves for Insulating Gloves

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Characteristics :

  • 100% knitted cotton.
  • Gauge 13.
  • Elasticated cuff.
  • Cleaning under the responsibility of the user.
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SKU Size Gender Pack Size Weight
Thumbnail CG80F 7-8 Female 5 115
Thumbnail CG80H 9-10 Male 5 115

Use :

  • Worn under electrician's insulating gloves.
  • Improve comfort: by protecting against the cold in winter and by absorbing perspiration in summer, by protecting against possible allergies to latex.
  • Comfort of use: good grip in the hand, very good dexterity and tactility.
  • Do not use against mechanical, thermal or chemical risks.

Under gloves, often referred to as "glove liners," are worn beneath insulating gloves, particularly in electrical work, to provide additional safety, comfort, and hygiene. These liners play a significant role in enhancing the overall protection offered by insulating gloves. Here are key aspects to consider:

  1. Enhanced Safety: Glove liners can help in absorbing perspiration, which reduces the risk of moisture compromising the insulating properties of electrical gloves. Moisture can be a conductor of electricity, so keeping hands dry is crucial.

  2. Increased Comfort: Wearing under gloves can make insulating gloves more comfortable, especially during extended use. They can help in temperature regulation, keeping hands warmer in cold conditions and more breathable in hot conditions.

  3. Improved Hygiene: Glove liners can be easily washed, providing a clean layer between the skin and the insulating gloves. This is particularly important for shared gloves or when gloves are worn for long periods.

  4. Material: Common materials for under gloves include cotton, which is breathable and absorbs moisture, and thin synthetic fabrics, which are moisture-wicking and can offer a snug fit.

  5. Fit and Dexterity: Under gloves should fit snugly but comfortably. They shouldn't restrict hand movement or reduce dexterity, which is essential for many electrical tasks.

  6. Compatibility: It's important to ensure that the under gloves are compatible with the overlying insulating gloves in terms of size and material. They should not compromise the protective qualities of the insulating gloves.

  7. Standards and Regulations: In some industries, there may be specific standards or regulations regarding the use of glove liners with insulating gloves. It's important to be aware of and comply with these requirements.

Under gloves are a relatively simple yet effective addition to personal protective equipment, especially for electricians and other workers handling electrical components. They enhance safety, comfort, and hygiene, contributing to more effective and safer work practices.

    • Weight
      115 g
    • SKU
    • EAN
    • HS Commodity Codes
  • Manufacturer
    CATU SAS is a subsidiary of the SICAME Group
  • Country of Origin
  • Size
    7-8, 9-10
  • Gender
    Male, Female
  • Dimensions (mm)
    260 x 220 x 50
  • Pack Size
    5, 10

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