Class 0 Insulating Safety Hand Gloves
When it comes to electricity, it is always best to be safe than sorry. That’s why, aside from exercising caution when dealing with electricity, we need to use every appropriate protective equipment to reduce risks from electrical hazards. One such essential items of PPE or personal protective equipment are soft and durable latex class 0 insulating safety hand gloves. Electrically insulated gloves can keep you safe and prevent electric shocks.
Insulating safety gloves offer personal hand protection for workers against electrical shocks when working near or on live wires, cables and electrical equipment including substation switchgear and transformers-risk assessment identifies electrical shock during the jointing of cables or excavating around live cables as a potential cause of accident which can be avoided when appropriate safety precautions wand gloves are worn. Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd export latex class 0 insulating safety hand gloves, welcome to buy.
Each pair of AKIG 001 class 0 insulating safety hand gloves must comply with the IEC 60903 and EN60903 standards and as a result of this, each pair undergoes voltage, aging, and mechanical testing.
Test voltage(AC): 5KV
Rated voltage(AC): 1KV
Low voltage protection: max AC 1KV / DC 1.5KV
Color: red, black or customized
Cuff type: straight cuffs
Packing: 20 pair/carton or customized
Export latex class 0 insulating safety hand gloves: Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd
Straight cuff class 0 insulating safety hand gloves use for electrical contractors, hybrid automotive repairs or manufacturing, industrial plant maintenance, power generation, HVAC Technicians, elevator industries, etc.
Remarks: Pls do the detection of electrical insulation performance every 6 months. Pls store it reasonably and keep it clean and dry, keep it away from oil, acid, base and other corrosive substances and keep away from sun and heat sources.
The International Standard is applicable to electrical insulating gloves and mitts that provide protection of worker against electric shock.
Unless otherwise stated, the use of the term “glove” includes both gloves and mitts.
This standard also covers electrical insulating gloves with additional integrated mechanical protection referred to in this document as “composite gloves”.
AKIG 001 class 0 insulating safety hand gloves designed and manufactured according to this standard contribute to the safety of the users provided they are used by skilled persons, in accordance with safe methods of work and instructions for use.
Insulated glove are made for electrically charged work for insulating materials
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The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is the leading global organization that prepares and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies.
This International Standard is applicable to electrical insulating gloves that provide protection for the electricians or workers against electric shock.
The products designed and manufactured according to this standard contribute to the safety of the users provided they are used by skilled persons, in accordance with safe methods of work and the instructions for use.
The insulating gloves covered by this standard shall be designed as follows: by class, as class 00, class 0, class 1, class 2, class 3, class 4.
All soft and durable latex class 0 insulating safety hand gloves may be lined or unlined. They may have an exterior covering and maybe specially compounded to reduce the effects of a chemical attack.
The straight cuff class 0 insulating safety hand gloves shall be free on both inner and outer surfaces from harmful physical irregularities that can be detected by thorough test and inspection.
Non-harmful physical irregularities shall be defined as surface irregularities present on the inner and outer surfaces of the gloves due to imperfections on molds and inherent difficulties in the manufacturing process. These irregularities may appear as mold marks that look like cuts even though they are actually a raised ridge of material, indentations, protuberances, embedded foreign matter, or color splashes.