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Salisbury Class 0 Glove Kit

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Salisbury Class 0 Glove Kit includes the gloves, leather protectors and appropriate glove bag.

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Salisbury Electricians Class 0 Glove Kits are superior performing, rubber insulated gloves that combine high dielectric and flexibility, physical strength and durability. These Class 0 Gloves are lightweight. These gloves are low-voltage gloves, which are widely used in meter departments as well as other low-voltage applications. These gloves are for 5KV test voltage and come with 1000 AC maximum use voltage. Gloves meet or exceed the requirements of current NFPA 70E standards, ASTM D120 specifications and International Standard 903, IEC-1988. All of our glove bags are made of heavy-duty canvas duck, double-stitched at stress points for durability. Snap hook lets you hang this glove bag on your work belt. Proper storage is essential for these gloves.

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Model MS-GK011-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin No
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury


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