Presel GP-00 Electrical Gloves, Class 00

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Electrical gloves are specialized personal protective equipment (PPE) designed to protect electricians and other workers from electrical hazards. These gloves are made from high-quality dielectric materials that provide insulation against electrical shocks and burns.

It is crucial for workers dealing with electrical systems to use the appropriate class of glove for the specific voltage they will be exposed to, and to ensure that the gloves are in good condition before each use. Proper training on the correct use and maintenance of electrical gloves is also essential for ensuring safety in any environment where electrical hazards are present.

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SKU Special Properties Category Length (mm) Maximum Working Voltage (V) Thickness (mm) Test Voltage (V) Sizes Available Pack Size Weight
Thumbnail GP0006 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 6 1 Pair Per Bag 200
Thumbnail GP0007 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 7 1 Pair Per Bag 200
Thumbnail GP0008 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 8 1 Pair Per Bag 200
Thumbnail GP0009 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 9 1 Pair Per Bag 200
Thumbnail GP0010 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 10 1 Pair Per Bag 200
Thumbnail GP0011 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 11 1 Pair Per Bag 220
Thumbnail GP0012 AZC 360 500 0.50 2500 12 1 Pair Per Bag 200





EN 60903:2003 IEC 60903:2014


  • Wellfit: improved comfort of use thanks to a softer and suppler finish enhancing the dexterity.
  • Cut edges
  • Marking: Inkjet
  • Material: natural latex
  • Color: beige
  • This shape will ensure good ergonomics and good sensitivity.
  • AZC Category: resistant to acid, ozone, and very low temperature
  • Supplied in an individual anti UV bag including an Instruction for use. (Gloves class and size are identified with a sticker on the back)

To ensure their effectiveness, electrical gloves must be properly cared for, stored, and regularly tested for insulating integrity. This might include air tests, visual inspections, and electrical tests to detect any damage, wear, or degradation that could compromise their protective qualities.


Electrical gloves are used in a wide range of applications where workers are at risk of exposure to electrical hazards. These applications span various industries and tasks, including but not limited to:

  1. Electrical Maintenance and Repairs: Electricians and maintenance workers use electrical gloves when installing, repairing, or maintaining electrical equipment, wiring, and fixtures to protect against electrical shocks.

  2. Utility Work: Workers in the utility industry, including those involved in the maintenance and repair of electrical lines (both overhead and underground), transformers, and substations, wear electrical gloves to prevent electrical shocks and burns.

  3. Construction: In construction sites where electrical installations are part of the project, workers use electrical gloves to handle electrical components safely.

  4. Manufacturing: In manufacturing plants, especially those involving the production of electrical appliances, electronics, and machinery, workers use electrical gloves to protect against electrical hazards during assembly and testing phases.

  5. Telecommunications: Technicians working on telecommunications equipment, including cable and phone lines that may carry electrical current, use electrical gloves for protection.

  6. Automotive: Mechanics and technicians in the automotive industry use electrical gloves when working on electric and hybrid vehicles to safely handle high-voltage components and systems.

  7. Railroads and Public Transit: Maintenance workers on railroads and public transit systems (including subways and trams) use electrical gloves to work safely around electrical systems that power trains and infrastructure.

  8. Emergency and Rescue Operations: First responders and rescue workers may use electrical gloves during operations that involve cutting power lines or working in environments where electrical hazards are present.

  9. Renewable Energy Installations: Workers installing and maintaining solar panels, wind turbines, and other renewable energy sources use electrical gloves to protect against electrical shocks, especially when connecting these systems to electrical grids.

    • Weight
      200 g
    • SKU
    • HS Commodity Codes
  • Arc Flash Rating
    Not Applicable
  • Glove Properties
    Dielectric only (No Mechanical Protection)
  • Glove Colour
  • Traceability
  • Glove Edge
    Cut Edge
  • Material
    Natural Latex
  • Manufacturer
    Sicame Group
  • Country of Origin
  • Special Properties Category
    AZC, Not Applicable
  • Length (mm)
    360, Not Applicable
  • Maximum Working Voltage (V)
    500, Not Applicable
  • Thickness (mm)
    0.50, Not Applicable
  • Test Voltage (V)
    2500, Not Applicable
  • Sizes Available
    6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Pack Size
    1 Pair Per Bag, Not Applicable


Comfort should be a priority when choosing your work gloves. Gloves will only fit correctly and feel comfortable if you have the right size. This step-by-step guide will help you measure your glove size accurately. When measuring your hands for gloves, you should always use your dominant hand — your right hand if you’re right-handed and your left hand if left-handed.

First, measure the circumference by wrapping a fabric tape measure around the widest part of your hand. The tape measure should wrap around your hand at its widest point. Record the measurement in centimetres.

Then measure the length by spreading your hand and fingers and placing the tape measure at the tip of your middle finger. Stretch the tape measure down to the base of your hand holding it taut. Record the length of your hand in centimetres.  

Choose the larger of the two numbers and round up to the nearest centimetre. Use the table below to find the correct size for example if the measurement around your hand is 20 centimetres and the length of your hand is 18 centimetres then 20 centimetres is the measurement to use. This means the correct size of the glove to order would be a size 9.









Hand measurement (cm)








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