Rubber Insulating Gloves

Manufactured using natural rubber in ISO manufacturing facilities the rubber insulating gloves Cementex Products, Inc. sells are compliant with OSHA 1910.137, OSHA 1910.268, NFPA 70E, CSA Z462 and exceed the ASTM D120 and European EN60903 standards for use around Electrical Hazards and Arc Flash protection.

These gloves are made of natural rubber construction offering the required dielectric properties combined with flexibility, strength, and durability. Gloves come with rolled cuff and are anatomically shaped thereby reducing hand fatigue. Each glove is chlorinated for maximum comfort. Gloves are available in whole sizes in either Black, Orange, or Yellow.

Class / Voltage Usage:

Each Glove is labeled in color denoting class and maximum voltage the glove can be used for:

Beige – Class 00 – Max. Use Voltage: 500 AC | 750 DC

Red – Class 0 – Max. Use Voltage: 1,000 AC | 1,500 DC

White – Class 1 – Max. Use Voltage: 7,500 AC | 11,250 DC

Yellow – Class 2 – Max. Use Voltage: 17,000 AC | 25,500 DC

Green – Class 3 – Max. Use Voltage: 26,500 AC | 39,750 DC

Orange – Class 4- Max. Use Voltage: 36,000 AC | 54,000 DC

OSHA Certification Requirements:

All Cementex gloves come tested and certified according to OSHA regulation 1910.137(b)(2)(xii) which states the employer shall certify that equipment has been tested in accordance with the requirements of paragraphs (b)(2)(viii), (b)(2)(ix), and (b)(2)(xi) of this section. The certification shall identify the equipment that passed the test and the date is was tested.

Testing Intervals:

As statedin Table I-6 of 1910.137, rubber gloves need to be tested before first issued and every six (6) months thereafter. If the insulating equipment has been electrically tested but not issued for service, it may not be placed into service unless it has been electrically tested within the previous 12 months.