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0 Class Hybrid Glove Kit Sizes 8-12

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Glove Kit
 
$179.00
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This is a complete glove kit for working on voltages up to 1,000 volts AC, perfect for working on hybrid vehicles.

Gloves are available in sizes 8 thru 12, scroll down to select your size.

Low Voltage, Class 0 Blue/Orange Electrical Insulating Rubber Gloves are made from Type II SALCOR?, and are Ozone and UV resistant. This special Type II SALCOR formulation is also extremely flexible, to make working with small parts easy.

Manufactured for outstanding protection, comfort and long-life. Rubber insulating gloves are among the most important articles of personal protection for electrical workers. Incorporating high dielectric and physical strength, flexibility and durability, Salisbury rubber insulating gloves have earned the reputation for superior performance-meeting and exceeding the requirements of current ASTM D120 and IEC 903 specifications.

Contrasting Colors
These gloves feature the color Orange outside and Blue inside. These contrasting colors make it easy to detect cuts and abrasions.

Kit Contents
The HV Glove Kit has a maximum working voltage of 1,000 volts AC.
* 1 Pair of W.H. Salisbury Type II Salcor Rubber Gloves (Orange out and Blue in)
* 1 Pair of Glove Armor Leather Protectors
* 1 High Quality Canvas Glove Bag with hook for hanging
* 1 Bottle of Glove Powder 
* Each glove is stamped with its test date
NOTE: These gloves and powder are latex free!

Order the size that's right for you: Measure your hand as shown here.

 

Shipping Notice
- The Glove Kits will ship directly to you from the glove testing and certification facility on the west coast.
- Please allow 1-2 weeks for your order to ship. Why so long?
Gloves Kits are packaged only after an order has been placed. They are first picked, washed, dried, tested, certified, date stamped and finally packaged for shipment. This ensures that you get the most pristine gloves.


Warning: NEVER USE RUBBER GLOVES WITHOUT LEATHER PROTECTORS.
The protection against electrical shock that rubber gloves and sleeves can provide depends on their condition. Leather protectors are essential to protect the softer rubber gloves. A set of leather protectors are included with the purchase of the Glove Kit from AES.


IMPORTANT!!
All gloves are Tested and certified in accordance with ASTM Standards at a Nail Accredited testing laboratory before shipping. The testing date along with voltage tested to will be stamped on all gloves, You will also receive a complete test report with your glove purchase. (Testing is included in the price)

 

 

Glove Care and Use and Sizing

1. Gloves shall be wiped clean of any oil, grease, or other damaging substances as soon as possible. Petroleum products, oils, greases, gasoline, diesel fuel, hydraulic fluid, hand creams, pasts, paints, and battery solution can ruin rubber gloves and sleeves in a few hours: clean or wash the gloves or sleeves as soon as practicable before the end of the day.

2. Do not keep rubber gloves or sleeves inside boxes, glove bags or leather protectors, which are dirty or contaminated with petroleum products.

3. Gloves and sleeves should not be kept inside out: except while inspecting, washing and drying.

4. Gloves and sleeves should not be stored folded, creased, bundled, or flattened beneath other objects.

5. Rings, watches, jewelry and sharp objects MUST NOT be worn with rubber gloves.

6. Gloves shall not be marked nor have any adhesive tapes or labels applied to them.

7. Cloth gloves may be worn inside of insulating gloves for warmth in cold weather and to absorb perspiration in hot weather.

8. Ozone, Bright sunlight, and high temperature are destructive to the rubber gloves and sleeves; do not expose them unnecessarily.

9. Inspect the gloves and sleeves inside and out EACH time they are used:
-- Visual inspection for defects.
-- Airtesting: Roll the cuff tightly toward the palm in such a manner that air is entrapped inside the glove. Care should be taken to avoid over inflation.
-- Roll the insulating gloves gently between the hands to expose defects and imbedded materials.
-- If either color (Orange out and Blue in) of the two color construction can be observed from the opposite side, this indicates that the glove should be taken out of service.

10. Return the rubber gloves and sleeves (but not the leather protectors) for testing when due, or when in doubt as to their condition.

12. Follow the supervisors* and OEM instructions and safe work practices.
 

 

Why Leather Protectors?

The Leather Protectors included in this Glove Kit are Class 0 and 00 Low-Voltage Insulating Gloves.

 

They are specially designed and manufactured to current ASTM F696 specifications as mechanical protection from 11" or 14" low voltage Class "O" and "OO" rubber insulating gloves as described in ASTM D120. They allow the flexibility and dexterity required for secondary work operations.

 

These gloves are made from pearl-colored goatskin grain leather and available with a shirred elastic back or adjustable pull strap. Sewn inseam in the "Gunn" cut pattern.

 

 

Everday Testing

The Insulating Rubber Gloves included in the Glove Kit from AES should be sent to a certified testing facility to be tested every six months for damage.

 

Defective or suspected defective gloves shall not be used but returned to an electrical testing facility for inspection and retest.

 

Everyday field care and inspection of electrical insulating gloves is an important requirement in providing protection from electrical shock.

 

Insulating gloves shall be visually inspected by the wearer for defects. Gloves shall be airtested before use each day and at other times if there is cause to suspect any damage.

 

They shall be inspected over the entire surface and shall be rolled gently between the hands to expose defects and imbedded materials.

 

Insulating gloves shall be given an air test by rolling the cuff tightly toward the palm in such a manner that air is entrapped inside the glove, or by using mechanical inflator. When using the latter, care should be taken to avoid over inflation. The glove shall be examined

 

Gloves shall be wiped clean of any oil, grease, or other damaging substances as soon as possible.

 

If the rubber glove has two color construction and either color can be observed from the opposite side, this would indicate that the glove should be taken out of service and sent to a testing facility for further evaluation.

 

Cloth gloves may be worn inside of insulating gloves for warmth in cold weather and to absorb perspiration in hot weather.

 

Gloves shall not be marked nor have any adhesive tapes or labels applied to them by other than authorized personnel.



 

Testing high-voltage gloves for leaks

Before and after each use it is a good practice to test them.  Dan Beeson posted a video on YouTube showing one technique for testing your high-voltage gloves for leaks.

 

 

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