Hand Protection

Hand Protection

Take care to choose the correct rubber insulating glove for the task at hand and level of electrical exposure. Rubber insulating gloves are available in six specific voltage classes (Class 00 – Class 4), and other rubber insulating products are also available in different voltage classes as well.

  1. Class 00 low voltage gloves are proof-tested at 2,500 volts for a maximum use 500 volts
  2. Class 0 low voltage gloves are proof-tested at 5,000 volts for a maximum use 1,000 volts
  3. Class 1 high voltage gloves are proof-tested at 10,000 volts for a maximum use 7,500 volts
  4. Class 2 high voltage gloves are proof-tested at 20,000 volts for a maximum use 17,000 volts
  5. Class 3 high voltage gloves are proof-tested at 30,000 volts for a maximum use 26,500 volts
  6. Class 4 high voltage gloves are proof-tested at 40,000 volts for a maximum use 36,000 volts

SPECIAL PROPERTIES

  • CATEGORY A: (resistance to acid)
  • CATEGORY H: (oil resistance)
  • CATEGORY Z: (resistance to ozone)
  • CATEGORY C: (resistance to very low temperatures)
  • CATEGORY AZC: = A + Z + C (resistant to acid, ozone, and resistance to very low temperature) 
  • CATEGORY R: = A + Z + H (resistant to acid, oil-resistant, and ozone resistant)
  • CATEGORY RC: = A + Z + H (resistant to acid, oil-resistant, and ozone resistant and to very low temperature)
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