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Salisbury Rubber Insulating Sleeves - Molded Type I Class 2 & Class 4

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Salisbury Rubber Insulating Sleeves for Lineman provide personal protection against this accidental brush contact with energized lines and equipment.
Please view sizing chart and colors under Additional Information.



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Salisbury Rubber Insulating Sleeves for Lineman

Salisbury Rubber Insulating Sleeves extend coverage of the arm from the cuff of rubber insulating gloves to the shoulder, fully protecting these areas from accidental contact with energized conductors and equipment. Salisbury rubber sleeves feature a reinforcing fold at the cuff. This fold is preferred over a rolled bead because it adds less bulk to the cuff and fits into the glove easier without pushing. Two different processes are used to manufacture insulating sleeves; dipping and molding. Both meet the current requirements of ASTM D1051 -08 and offer the same high level of quality and protection.

Salisbury Rubber Insulating Sleeves Sizing

Salisbury Sleeves should be selected to fit the arm comfortably, covering from the top of the shoulder to inside the top of the glove. Regular size sleeves are the shortest and have the smallest arm and wrist openings. To minimize the possibility of the sleeves pushing gloves off the hand, size the sleeve to the shortest length possible while maintaining complete coverage to the shoulder.

Salisbury Molded sleeves are manufactured by either injection or compression molding methods. The advantage these methods offer is the ability to produce sleeves of Type I or SALCOR® Type II synthetic rubber. SALCOR® sleeves provide the same high quality and electrical protection as natural rubber, with the added benefit of being resistant to ozone and ultraviolet radiation. Type I sleeves are available in black, yellow or maroon. Type II SALCOR® sleeves are black or orange. Molded sleeves are available in curved arm style only.

Note: While these instructions do not serve as a warning against all potential hazards, they should be followed in addition to your employer's safe work practices and procedures.

Care and use of insulating gloves and sleeves

Rubber insulating gloves and sleeves, when in good condition, and properly used, are designed to protect the wearer from serious injury, death, and the potential danger of electrical shock and burn. Both the inside and outside of gloves and sleeves should be inspected visually at least once a day. Do not use gloves or sleeves that show any signs of damage or deterioration such as swelling, softness, hardening, stickiness, ozone deterioration, or sun-checking. Many chemicals, especially petroleum-based products, such as oils, gasoline, hydraulic fluid, inhibitors, hand creams, pastes and salves, can damage gloves and sleeves. If contact is made with such products, wipe off contaminants immediately.

Do not wear rings, watches, jewelry, or sharp objects under rubber gloves or sleeves. Clean with mild soap, then rinse with clear water and air dry. Store in a protective bag or roll-up.

Rubber Sleeve Sizing

Rubber Sleeves should be selected to fit the arm comfortably, covering from the top of the shoulder to inside the top of the glove. Regular size sleeves are the shortest and have the smallest arm and wrist openings. To minimize the possibility of the sleeves pushing gloves off the hand, size the sleeve to the shortest length possible while maintaining complete coverage to the shoulder.

Salisbury offers both molded and dipped sleeves

Molded sleeves are manufactured by either injection or compression molding methods. The advantage these methods offer is the ability to produce sleeves of Type I or SALCOR® Type II synthetic rubber. SALCOR sleeves provide the same high quality and electrical protection as natural rubber, with the added benefit of being resistant to ozone and ultraviolet radiation. Type I sleeves are available in black, yellow or maroon. Type II SALCOR sleeves are black or orange. Molded sleeves are available in curved arm style only.

Dipped sleeves are manufactured in the same way as Salisbury rubber insulating gloves. Porcelain forms are dipped into liquefied rubber, dried, trimmed, marked and cured. Every sleeve receives the same quality inspections and electrical testing before shipping. Dipped sleeves are available in the same colors as dipped gloves, including two color combinations.

Salisbury is the only manufacturer that offers two popular styles of dipped lineman’s sleeves: straight and extra curved. Both styles are available in every color or color combination, size, and voltage class. Most importantly, all are made to the same rigid levels of quality demanded by Salisbury.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-SAL-STYP1C2-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships CALL FOR SHIPPING AND PRICE
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification
Sizing Linemen's Sleeves
Sizing Linemen's Sleeves Straight Arm Sleeve - Figure 1
A
in. (mm)
B
in. (mm)
C
in. (mm)
D
in. (mm)
Regular
26.25 (667) 15.5 (394) 11.25 (286) 5.5 (140)
Large
28.5 (724) 17 (432) 12.87 (327) 6.87 (175)
Extra Large
30 (762) 19 (483) 13.25 (337) 6.87 (175)
Curved Arm Sleeve - Figure 2
A
in. (mm)
B
in. (mm)
C
in. (mm)
D
in. (mm)
Regular
26.5 (673) 15.5 (394) 12.25 (311) 5.25 (146)
Large
27.75 (705) 16 (406) 12.87 (327) 6.87 (175)
Extra Large
29.5 (749) 17.5 (445) 12.87 (327) 7 (178)
Salisbury Rubber Sleeves - (Molded)
Model Test Voltage AC Class Style Size Color
SAL1LY 10kV Class 1 Type I, Molded Large Yellow
SAL1RY 10kV Class 1 Type I, Molded Regular Yellow
SAL1RB 10kV Class 1 Type I, Molded Regular Black
SAL1LB 10kV Class 1 Type I, Molded Large Black
SAL2LB 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded Large Black
SAL2LM 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded Large Maroon
SAL2LY 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded Large Yellow
SAL2RB 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded Regular Black
SAL2RM 20kV Class 2 Type 1, Molded Regular Maroon
SAL2RY 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded Regular Yellow
SAL2XLB 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded X-Large Black
SAL2XLY 20kV Class 2 Type I, Molded X-Large Yellow
SAL3LM 30kV Class 3 Type I, Molded Large Maroon
SAL3LY 30kV Class 3 Type I, Molded Large Yellow
SAL3RM 30kV Class 3 Type I, Molded Regular Maroon
SAL3RY 30kV Class 3 Type I, Molded Regular Yellow
SAL4LM 40kV Class 4 Type I, Molded Large Maroon
SAL4RM 40kV Class 4 Type I, Molded Regular Maroon
SAL1ROS 10kV Class 1 Type II, Molded Regular Orange
SAL2LBS 20kV Class 1 Type II, Molded Large Black
SAL2LOS 20kV Class 2 Type II, Molded Large Orange
SAL2RBS 20kV Class 2 Type II, Molded Regular Black
SAL2ROS 20kV Class 2 Type II, Molded Regular Orange
SAL2XLBS 20kV Class 2 Type II, Molded X-Large Black
SAL2XLOS 20kV Class 2 Type II, Molded X-Large Orange
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