Class 0 ArcGuard Rubber Voltage Gloves
- Fabric/Material: Rubber
- Electrically tested and stamped with the initial test date
- Newly tested before shipment
- Must be put into use within 12 months of test date
- Once gloves are issued for use, they must be tested within 6 months from the date they were distributed to employees
- Should be worn with 10" leather glove protectors to increase the lifespan of the rubber voltage glove
- Leather glove protectors are not required to be marked with a date
- Compliant to NFPA 70E for Arc Flash
- Compliant to CSA Z462 for Arc Flash (Canada)
- Meets ANSI/ASTM D120, Class 0, Type 1
- Max Use Voltage: 1000V AC/1500V DC
- Should be cleaned in warm water with mild soap.
- Store flat in a protective bag. Do not fold gloves.
- Avoid high heat and high moisture areas.
- Gloves should not be placed in direct sunlight.
- Keep out of contact with any chemical substance.
- Inspections should occur before each use. Inspection methods are outlined in ASTM F1236.
High Voltage Rubber Glove Testing
Class 0 gloves are manufactured for a max use voltage of 1000V AC/1500V DC. They are electrically tested before being shipped from our Cleveland, Ohio headquarters and have the date of the test stamped on the back of the gloves. The gloves also have a label on the cuff of the glove to show its Class 0 voltage rating as defined by ASTM D210.
Daily inspection should be completed with the gloves before each usage to check for material integrity including holes, tears, cuts and swelling.
Rubber insulating gloves are tested, and marked with the initial test date and must be put into use within 12 months of the test date. They must be tested every 6 months after being put into service.
Leather protectors must always be worn over the rubber insulated gloves no matter the class. Class 0 Voltage Rubber Insulated Gloves are available in sizes 8-12 in black, yellow and red.
Voltage glove bags and voltage glove kits can be found with bag and leather protectors for voltage classes 00-2.
Learn more about voltage rated glove testing in our blog and get specific instructions how to scan the QR code on your electrical safety gloves in the video below.