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Electrical-Insulating Gloves

Electrical-Insulating Gloves

Stay safe when working with or near electrical current with these personal-protection gloves and accessories.

Compliance with ASTM guidelines for electrical protection requires two types of gloves be worn: electrical-insulating gloves and leather protectors, which are worn over the insulating gloves. When selecting leather protectors, choose the same size as your insulating glove.

ASTM-Compliant Kits

Simplify your buying process with these all-in-one kits for ASTM compliance. Each kit includes one pair of electrical-insulating gloves, one pair of leather protectors, and one bag for glove storage.

All glove protectors are made of goatskin, which is a soft, flexible leather that retains its suppleness if it gets wet and dries.

Electrical-insulating gloves have an ASTM class value (00 to 4) that correlates to the maximum AC voltage protection the gloves provide. The higher the class value, the better the protection.

00 ASTM Class (500 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

0 ASTM Class (1,000 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

2 ASTM Class (17,000 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

Electrical-Insulating Gloves

Made from dielectric materials that provide a blend of physical strength, dexterity, and durability, these electrical-insulating gloves are a key component in staying safe when working with or near electrical current. All are ASTM D120 compliant for rubber insulating gloves.

Test date marked gloves have the original test date indicated on them for safety compliance purposes.

Electrical-insulating gloves have an ASTM class value (00 to 4) that correlates to the maximum AC voltage protection the gloves provide. The higher the class value, the better the protection.

00 ASTM Class (500 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

0 ASTM Class (1,000 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

1 ASTM Class (7,500 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

2 ASTM Class (17,000 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

3 ASTM Class (26,000 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

3 ASTM Class (26,500 V AC Maximum Use Voltage)

Leather Protectors

Protect your electrical-insulating gloves from wear. Leather protectors are to be worn over electrical-insulating gloves as required by industry standards, including ASTM and OSHA. Choose the same size leather protector as your insulating glove.

Cowhide, the most common work glove leather, is more durable than goatskin but will not remain flexible if it gets wet and then dries.

Goatskin is soft and flexible due to its high natural-oil content and will remain supple if it gets wet and then dries.

Cowhide

Goatskin

Glove Inflation Kits

Help ensure your safety by testing gloves for cracks, holes, and other defects before use. If you work with electrical equipment, OSHA 1910.137 requires glove testing and inspection before each use and after any incident.

These portable inflation kits can be used in the field for on-site testing. The inflator has a bellows design to force air into the glove, and the included adapter and strap enable use with all sizes and classes of glove.