Fully Insulated Tools
- Allen Keys
- Cable Core Stripper
- Cable Knife/Coring Knife
- Connector Holding Tools
- Core Bending Bars
- Electrician Scissors
- Insulated Saws/HackSaws
- Insulated Hammer
- Insulated Link Extractors
- Insulated Pliers
- Insulated Screwdrivers
- Insulated Socket Inserts + Sets + T Bar Levers
- Insulated Tool Kits
- Nut Spinners
- Reversible Ratchet Lever
- Tape Measure
- Tool Cases/Boxes/Bags
- Cable Preparation Tools
- Cable Tray Matting
Electrical Insulating Matting (Switchboard Matting)
- ASTM D178 Switchboard Rubber Matting
- 450V Switchboard Rubber Matting 11kV Test Voltage
- 650V BS921 Switchboard Rubber Matting 15kV Test Voltage
- 1000V IEC61111 Class 0 Switchboard Rubber Matting 5kV Test Voltage
- 17,000V IEC61111 Class 2 Switchboard Rubber Matting 20kV Test Voltage
- 26,500V IEC61111 Class 3 Switchboard Rubber Matting 30kV Test Voltage
- 36,000V IEC61111 Class 4 Switchboard Rubber Matting 40kV Test Voltage
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Insulating Shrouding
- Electrical Safety Products
Temporary Earthing and Short Circuiting Equipment
- Accessories for Cable Vehicles
- Ball Point Connectors
- Cartridges for Fuse Bases
- Conductor Connection Clamps
- Conductor Fixed Points
- Connection Coupling/Cables
- Diazed Fuse Links
- Earth Connection Clamps
- Earthing Cable
- Earthing Handle
- Earthing Inserts
- Earthing and Operating Rods
- Fuse Tongs
- Low Voltage Earthing & Short Circuiting
- Low Voltage Stored Energy Discharge Device
- Downloadable Adobe PDF Brochures
Periodic Testing Of Safety Gloves Classes 00, 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4
Improper use of rubber insulating gloves can be a matter of life and death. Get them retested regularly to make sure that they are still electrically safe. Treat your rubber gloves well and they can last a long time.
1 - Expiration date
Insulating rubber gloves have no expiry date and may be used as long as they comply with the periodic inspection.
2 - The periodic inspection
According to IEC 60903 : 2014 : « It is recommended to test gloves every 6 months when in use and every 12 months if in stock. The date of manufacture is the date of the original test. The tests consisted of air inflation to check the air flow, a visual inspection Under pressure, and the a dielectric test.»
Local regulations may be considered for class 00 and 0 gloves (Air inflate + Visual Inspection Only).
3 - Field inspection and stock
Do not mix the periodic inspection with the inspection before each use: this is strongly recommended and consists of a visual inspection after air inflation. It is also important to store the gloves in their UV resistant plastic bag and keep gloves away from light, heat and ozone. Ideally, the user should use our Pneumatic Tester, and the plastic box for better transportation and stock.
4 - Special properties
Gloves that pass the special properties (acid, oïl, ozone, very low temperature) are not resistant to chemicals. This is a to guarantee electrical protection in case of accidental contacts. After completing the electrical job, it is recommended to replace the contaminanted gloves. Most of our gloves are RC (maximum), 00 and 0 are AZC (no resistance to oïl); Class 0 RC is available on demand.
We offer the periodic dielectric inspection service.
- On receipt of your order onto our premises , the gloves and sleeves are documented and then washed and dried.
- They are then visually inspected by our technicians, using inflation equipment.
- The next stage is electrical testing, at the correct voltage for their class, which is carried out using various test equipment; finally they are inflated and visually inspected again, then stamped and packed for returned
- Documentation accompanies the gloves and sleeves through all stages of testing and any failures are recorded and then destroyed. If the customer wishes, failures can be replaced with new items from our stocks.