OEL Sales Arc Flash Protection Insulating Rubber Gloves
Electrical workers are required to wear rubber insulating gloves as they are one of the most important items for personal protection.
These gloves have a high dielectric, excellent physical strength and flexibility for superior performance and they meet or exceed the requirements of ASTM D120 specifications and the 70E standards for insulating the hands and forearm.
- Manufactured in an ISO 9001-02 and ISO 14001 world class facility
- Compliant with OSHA 1910.137, OSHA 1910.268, NFPA 70E standards and exceed the ASTM D120 and European EN60903 standards
- Available in lengths of 11" and 14" for Class 00 + 0 and 14" and 16" for Classes 1 and 2
- Offer the required dielectric properties combines with strength and durability necessary for protection and comfort
- Every member of an electrical work team working on or near energized circuits is required to wear this type of PPE
- 1-year manufacturer's warranty
- Power Generation
- Electrical Contractors
- Construction Electric
- Maintenance Electrician
- Hybrid Automotive Repair/Service
- Hybrid Automobile Manufacturing
- Industrial Plant Maintenance
|OEL-AFW-IRG-00-11-CL||Beige||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||500||Yellow, Black||00||11"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-00-14-CL||Beige||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||500||Yellow, Black||00||14""|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-0-11-CL||Red||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||1,000||Yellow, Black||0||11"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-0-14-CL||Red||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||1,000||Yellow, Black||0||14"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-1-14-CL||White||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||7,500||Yellow, Black||1||14"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-1-16-CL||White||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||7,500||Yellow, Black||1||16"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-2-14-CL||Yellow||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||17,000||Yellow, Black||2||14"|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-2-16-CL||Yellow||8, 9, 10, 11, 12||17,000||Yellow, Black||2||16"|
* To reduce chafing and hand fatigue you need to have gloves that fit properly. To determine glove size, measure the circumference around the palm. Allow for additional room if fabric glove liners are to be worn, especially with thermal liners
|500 Max Use Voltage|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-00-11-CL||11"||00||8, 9, 10,
|OEL-AFW-IRG-00-14-CL||14"||00||8, 9, 10,
|1,000 Max Use Voltage|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-0-11-CL||11"||0||8, 9, 10,
|OEL-AFW-IRG-0-14-CL||14"||0||8, 9, 10,
|7,500 Max Use Voltage|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-1-14-CL||14"||1||8, 9, 10,
|OEL-AFW-IRG-1-16-CL||16"||1||8, 9, 10,
|17,000 Max Use Voltage|
|OEL-AFW-IRG-2-14-CL||14"||2||8, 9, 10,
|OEL-AFW-IRG-2-16-CL||16"||2||8, 9, 10,
PPE Hazard Categories
|Hazard Category||Required PPE||Min. Arc Rating|
|2*||Same as 2 EXCEPT Flash Suit 8 Hood required (no face shield option)||8|
Minimum Arc Rating indicates the amount of thermal energy the apparel protects against. It is important that workers ear natural fibers and fire resistant clothing because the severe burns can be as the result of ignited or melted clothing. Additional shields and barriers should be considered to protect workers. De-energizing and locking out equipment is the best way to protect workers.
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