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Insulated Composite Glove Class 00 500V Straight Cuff Dual Colour – Raychem Kamfet

Insulated gloves offer personal protection against electrical shocks when working on or near electrical equipment. They come in different classes and sizes to accommodate for every individual, task and scenario.

Composite gloves combine dielectric, mechanical and arc flash protection into each glove to allow for performance and safety of electrical workers.

Key Features:

  • Class: Class 00 – 500V
  • ASTM F2675 Rating: 14 Cal/cm2
  • Sizes: 08, 09, 10, 11, 12
  • Length: 360mm
  • Thickness: <2.4mm
  • Cuff: Straight Cuff
  • Colour: Black and Red
  • Ergonomic design for greater comfort
  • Manufactured with premium latex rubber for durability and flexibility
  • Dual colour to allow for easier visual inspection

Standards:

  • IEC 60903
  • ASTM F2675
  • RC – Resistant to Acid, Oil, Ozone and extremely low temperatures

Options:

Inner Gloves – Cotton Inner Gloves
Inners are worn inside electrical insulating gloves to allow for better comfort and sweat absorption.

Talcum – Glove Talc 100g
Glove talc aids easy donning of insulating gloves, relieves and prevents excessive perspiration, pruritus (itching) and moisture build up in gloves whilst in storage.

Article: Safety Tip – How to reduce perspiration when wearing Electrical Insulated (Dielectric) Gloves

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