Bashlin PPE Lineworker Natural Rubber Gloves

Multi-Color Layers Allow You to Quickly Check for Damage


What's special about these PPE gloves?

  • These high quality insulated gloves are the perfect blend of high dielectric, physical strength, flexibility and durability for long life and safety.
  • For added insulation protection from electrical hazards, these are cement dipped to protect during work around energized systems and appliances.
  • Made from a proprietary natural rubber latex material and available in a variety of lengths and classes.
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Among the most important articles of PPE are rubber insulating gloves. Made by Salisbury, an industry leader for arc-flash & shock protection, these gloves have earned the reputation for quality, longevity and comfort. These are Type I natural rubber gloves (non-ozone resistant) and require proper care to ensure that they provide maximum protection as they are intended to.

PPE Rubber Gloves Class 0
Part # Glove Length Class Sizes Color Weight Price
BSL-110Y 10-1/2" 0 9 to 11 Yellow 0.5 lb
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PPE Rubber Gloves Class 1
Part # Glove Length Class Sizes Color Weight Price
BSL-14-10B 14" 1 9 to 11 Black 1.2 lbs
PPE Rubber Gloves Class 2
Part # Glove Length Class Sizes Color Weight Price
BSL-14-20B 14" 2 9 to 11 Black 1.4 lbs
BSL-14-20YB 14" 2 9 to 11 Yellow & Black 1.2 lbs
BSL-16-20B 16" 2 9 to 11 Black 1.5 lbs
BSL-16-20YB 16" 2 9 to 11 Yellow & Black 1.5 lbs
Determining Glove Size: Measure the circumference around the palm. Allow for additional room if fabric glove liners are to be worn, especially with thermal liners.
  • Gloves actually relieve stress, strain and fatigue thanks to the ergonomic design and curved hand comfort.
  • Flexible construction allows you to manipulate small parts easily.
  • These gloves are required wear for everyone working on or near energized circuits, and are the number one most important piece of PPE for electrical workers.
  • Meet or exceed ASTM D120 Standard and meet International Standard 903, EN60903 Standards
  • 30-day manufacturer warranty

    Rubber products must be visually inspected for punctures, embedded objects, tears or deterioration from chemicals or UV rays.


    Class Glove Length
    00, 0 10.5", 14"
    1, 2 14", 16", 18"
    3 16", 18"
    4 18"


    Class Maximum Usage AC Test Voltage Glove Color Label Color Glove Length
    10.5" 14" 16" 18"
    00 500V 2,500V Yellow Beige 1100Y      
    0 1,00V 5,000V Yellow Red 110Y 140Y    
    1 7,500V 10,000V Black White   14-10B 16-10B 18-10B
    2 17,000V 20,000V Black Yellow   14-20 16-20B 18-20B
    2 17,000V 20,000V Yellow / Black Yellow   14-20YB 16-20YB 18-20YB
    3 26,500V 30,000V Yellow / Black Green     16-30YB 18-30YB
    4 36,000V 40,000V Black Orange       18-40B
    4 36,000V 40,000V Yellow / Black Orange       18-40YB
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    How-To Corner



    Glove Care; Storage:

    Proper storage extends the life of linemen's gloves and sleeves. Folds and creases strain rubber and cause it to crack from ozone prematurely. By storing rubber gloves and sleeves in the right size bag or roll-up, and never forcing more than one pair into each bag, equipment will lie flat and last longer. Refer to ASTM F1286, standard guide for visual inspection of electrical protective rubber products for additional information.


    Glove Care; Before Each Use:

    Inspect gloves for holes, rips, tears, ozone cutting, UV checking, and signs of chemical deterioration. Defective or suspected defective equipment shall not be used.

    Inflating gloves makes cuts, tears or ozone damage easier to detect. Expand no more than 1.5 times their normal size for Type 1, and 1.25 times normal for Type II SALCOR. Expansion stretches the rubber, making cuts, ozone damage and abrasions easy to detect. Listen for escaping air to detect holes. If a portable inflator is unavailable, roll the cuff tightly to trap air inside, then apply pressure to areas of the glove to listen for escaping air. Repeat procedure with glove turned inside out.


    Inspecting Rubber Gloves & Sleeves:
    rubber glove cracking rubber glove with chemical bubbles
    Cracking & Cutting
    Shown above is the damage caused by prolonged folding or compressing
    Chemical Attack
    This image shows swelling caused by oils and other petroleum compounds
    snag marks on rubber glove rubber glove affected by sunlight
    Damage shown here is due to wood and metal splinters and other sharp objects
    UV Checking
    Storing in areas exposed to prolonged sunlight causes UV checking
    glove after prolonged fold glove turned inside out
    Avoid Folding Gloves
    The strain on rubber at a folded point is equal to stretching the glove to twice its length
    Avoid Storing Inside Out
    Gloves should never be stored inside out. Storing gloves reversed strains the rubber severely and causes ozone cutting

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