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Salisbury Class 3 Rubber Insulating Gloves Black

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Class 3 rubber insulating gloves rated (26,500 volts) 16" and 18" lengths.

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Rubber insulating gloves have always been one of the most important components of PPE for electrical and industrial workers. The recent updates and changes in ASTM D120 and NFPA70E have brought this product segment into the spotlight. Our Class 3 Rubber Gloves exceed all requirements of ASTM D120, insuring compliance with OSHA regulations and satisfying NFPA 70E requirements for protection against electrical shock hazards.The Natural Rubber construction offers excellent dielectric properties combined with flexibility, strength, and durability. Other features include a contoured shape which reduces hand fatigue and a rolled cuff for increased durability during donning and doffing.

Typical Applications

  • Maintenance technicians working in amusement parks, hospitals, water plants, manufacturing plants, office buildings, and schools
  • Power and communication utilities
  • Electrical contracting and power generation
  • Electrical supervisors
  • Transportation - primarily rail
  • Plant and facility maintenance
  • Hybrid auto manufacturing/repair/service
  • Machine operators, maintenance millwrights, and mechanics
  • HVAC technicians
  • Elevator installers and technicians
  • Field service technicians

Standards Specification Reference

  • OSHA Regulations 29CFR part 1910 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards
  • ASTM Standards ASTM D 120-08 - Rubber Insulating Gloves
  • ASTM- F496-08 - In-Services Care of Insulating Gloves and Sleeves
  • ASTM F696-06 - Leather Protectors for Rubber Insulating Gloves and Mittens
  • ASTM F1236-96 - Visual Inspection of Electrical Protective Rubber Products
  • NFPA Standards National Electric Safety Code - Utilities
  • NFPA 70E - Electrical Safety in the Workplace - General Workplaces
  • Maximum use DC Voltage is not included in ASTM Specification. Maximum use DC voltages are valid in references to IEC 903 only

Rubber gloves are tested and date stamped before they leave the factory. Once in use, gloves should be inspected daily and should be retested by a laboratory every 6 months.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-E-316B-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships No
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury

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