Class 2 ArcGuard Rubber Voltage Glove Premium Kit
- Fabric/Material: Rubber/Leather
- Rubber insulating voltage gloves - class 2
- 12" leather glove protectors
- Glove bag
- ArcGuard® FR knit gloves can be used with rubber voltage as a liner for added protection
- ArcGuard® FR knit gloves stretches for flexibility and dexterity
- ArcGuard® FR knit gloves RG: fits rubber voltage glove sizes 8-11
- ArcGuard® FR knit gloves LG: fits rubber voltage glove sizes 10-12
- Compliant to NFPA 70E for Arc Flash
- Compliant to CSA Z462 for Arc Flash (Canada)
- Meets ANSI/ASTM D120, Class 2, Type 1
- Max Use Voltage: 17000V AC/25500V DC
- Compliant to ASTM F1506 for Arc Flash (ArcGuard® FR Knit Glove)
- Complies with OSHA 1910.269 (ArcGuard® FR Knit Glove)
- 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.
Voltage Glove Rating
Choose the right voltage rated gloves by checking the class by glove label. The label located on the back of the rubber insulated glove indicated the class and corresponding maximum allowable exposure to voltage levels.
The ArcGuard FR knit gloves with UltraSoft® Rib Knit fabric in the Premium Class 0 Rubber Voltage Glove Kit should be worn as liner gloves under the rubber voltage gloves. The FR knit gloves are flexible and can reduce discomfort and sweat from the rubber insulating gloves and improve dexterity. They come in a regular size (fits under 8-11) and large (fits under 10-12 glove size). Rubber electrical gloves for this kit are available from sizes 8-12. Be sure to measure hand size for proper protection.
Our Voltage Rated Gloves are tested before being shipped out of our Cleveland, Ohio headquarters with the date of the dielectrically testing stamped on the glove. The test is relevant to shelf life and is good for a year from the testing date. Once a glove is put into use, it has to be tested within six months of the service date.
National Safety Apparel makes it easy to know the historical test information for your Class 0 voltage rated gloves and other electrical PPE gloves by placing a QR code on the back of each glove. Scan the code with a QR scanner app on your phone to see each glove’s test report.
Learn more about voltage rated glove testing in our blog and get specific instructions on how to scan the QR code on your electrical safety gloves in the video below.