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Salisbury Class 00 11" / 14" Insulated Electrical Gloves E0011B / R / BL

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Salisbury 11" / 14" Electricians Electrical Gloves Class 00 Type I or Type II Salcor Ozone-Resistant Rubber.

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Salisbury Electricians Gloves are superior-performing, rubber insulated gloves that combine high dielectric and physical strength, flexibility and durability. These Class 00 Gloves are made of natural rubber and feature a curved hand design for maximum comfort. They will provide superior protection when working with a maximum of 500V AC. These gloves meet or exceed the requirements of current ASTM D120 specifications, NFPA 70E standards and International Standard 903, IEC-1988.

E0011B

  • Glove Type: Linesmen Low Voltage Insulating
  • Material: Natural Rubber
  • Test Voltage: 2.5 kV
  • Use Voltage (Max): 500V
  • Color: Black
  • Cuff: Straight Cuff
  • Length: 11 inch - 14 inch.
  • Size: 7,8,8.5,9,9.5,10,10.5,11,12
  • Listings: Class 00

Salisbury E0011BL

  • Glove Type: Linesmen Low Voltage Insulating
  • Material: Synthetic Rubber
  • Test Voltage: 2.5 kV
  • Use Voltage (Max): 500V
  • Color: Blue
  • Cuff: Straight Cuff
  • Length: 11 inch - 14 inch.
  • Size: 7,8,8.5,9,9.5,10,10.5,11,12
  • Listings: Class 00
  • Additional Information:Material Specification: Type II Salcor (REG TM)

Salisbury E0011BLO

  • Glove Type: Linesmen Low Voltage Insulating
  • Material: Synthetic Rubber
  • Test Voltage: 2.5 kV
  • Use Voltage (Max): 500V
  • Color: Blue/Orange
  • Cuff: Straight Cuff
  • Length: 11 inch - 14 inch.
  • Size: 7,8,8.5,9,9.5,10,10.5,11,12
  • Listings: Class 00
  • Additional Information:Material Specification: Type II Salcor (REG TM)

Salisbury E0011R

  • Glove Type: Linesmen Low Voltage Insulating
  • Material: Natural Rubber
  • Test Voltage: 2.5 kV
  • Use Voltage (Max): 500V
  • Color: Red
  • Cuff: Straight Cuff
  • Length: 11 inch - 14 inch.
  • Size: 7,8,8.5,9,9.5,10,10.5,11,12
  • Listings: Class 00

Salisbury recommends an alternating glove color program to assure all gloves are in the proper test cycle per OSHA and ASTM requirements. This program creates a visual reminder of the test cycle period by using one glove color for the first test period and a different color for the following test period. Continue alternating these two colors when a new test period begins. For example: Red Class 00 gloves are worn for first test cycle period, then black Class 00 gloves are worn during the second test cycle period.

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Model MS-SAL-E0011B-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 7 to 10 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Salisbury

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