Class 2 ArcGuard Rubber Voltage Glove Kit

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The ArcGuard® Class 2 Rubber Voltage Premium Kit includes a pair of newly tested black rubber insulating gloves and leather protectors that protect from cuts, abrasions and mechanical hazards that could compromise the safety of the high voltage safety gloves. It also includes a glove bag and a pair of FR knit gloves to use as electrical glove liners for the rubber gloves to improve dexterity and comfort. Class 2 voltage gloves have a maximum allowable exposure of 17,000V AC/ 25,500V DC. These gloves are essential for electrical worker safety against electrical and arc flash hazards. Get ArcGuard Premium Class 2 PPE gloves now by clicking How to Buy to find a distributor near you.
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Sizes:
8-12
  • Fabric/Material: Rubber/Leather
  • Rubber insulating voltage gloves - class 2
  • 12" leather glove protectors
  • Glove bag
  • Imported
  • 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
  • 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.
Compliant to NFPA 70E for Arc Flash Compliant to CSA Z462 for Arc Flash (Canada)

Electrical Safety Glove Kit

Each high voltage glove kit includes insulating gloves that are meant to be worn on your hands. They are listed by size offered. For our Class 2 rubber voltage gloves, sizes 8-12 are available. Class 2 refers to the level of voltage and protection they provide.

The leather protectors are meant to be worn over the insulated gloves to ensure the leather insulating gloves are protected from abrasion, deterioration and mechanical damage. Any punctures or cuts to the voltage rated gloves would make them unsafe for use.

A glove bag is also included for storage.

The back of the rubber insulated gloves includes the label for voltage protection and the test date stamp. The dialectical test is good for one year and then must be tested again in six months once used.

To see the test diagnostics, use a QR code reader app on your phone to scan the QR code on the back of your voltage rated gloves to see the testing data.

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.