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Endura® goatskin and Kevlar® welding glove of a total length of 12 in (30 cm). This model of glove has been designed for metal inert gas (MIG) welding and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. Sold in pairs.
Superior manufacturer’s code: 370GFKL
This glove has a heat resistance level 2 and puncture resistance level 3 according to ASTM and ANSI standards.
These gloves are available in sizes ranging from medium (8) to extra-large (10). Please select the size needed in the field located above.
This Kevlar® lined glove for thermal and mechanical hazards features cuffs made of side-split leather to provide an abrasion resistance while remaining affordable. All seams are sewn with Kevlar® thread for better durability.
Goatskin is a thin light, but wind-proof and resistant to wear and tear. This material is often used to produce gloves since it offers a good protection at a fair price while providing a good tactile sensitivity. Goatskin is more hard-wearing than other because of the natural lanolin produced by goats. Lanolin is referred to as wool fat or wax and is known to give a pleasing tactile finish and a better suppleness.
Kevlar®, a thermoplastic polymer related to aramids, is a low-density high-strength material which offers an excellent tensile strength, elongation and shear strength. This fabric doesn’t expand from temperature changes and fairly absorbs vibrations and shock. Kevlar doesn’t strain the hand and react chemically well to hydrocarbons.
Side-split leather properties:
Side-split leather is leather created from the fibrous part of the hide left once the top-grain of the rawhide has been separated from the hide. It usually is less resistant than top-grain leather, but it is ideal for safety clothes because once paired with other materials, it becomes cost-effective compared to real leather.
This glove is recommended for applications such as precision work with a welding pistol as in the manufacturing sector. They may as well be used for welding stainless steel or in smelting plants and steel mills.
Do not use for:
It is not recommended to immerse this glove in water or any other liquid brought to boil since their fabric only offers a limited protection against heat conduction. Even though leather provides quite a good protection against heat, it does not rule out the risk of burns or any other mechanical hazards.
Maintenance and service life:
It is not recommended to wash this glove since water and soap tend to rob leather of its natural oils which makes it stiffen and become brittle. If the nature of your work requires that you wash them, we recommend that you dry clean them.
|Type of product||Safety equipment|
|Main category||Personal protection|
|Sub sub category||Heat-resistant gloves|
|Name of the product||Welding glove|
|Series of products||Endura™|
|Approved/Certified||ANSI A2 cut, ANSI 3 puncture, ANSI 3 heat|
|Choice of format||Size medium (8) to double extra-large (11) available|
|Reusable||Reusable with prior hygienic measurement|
|Inside of the glove||Equipped with a kevlar knit lining|
|type of cuff||Safety cuffs|
|Not washable||It is preferable to replace this glove when it is too worn or soiled. Do not attempt to wash them|
|Type of seam||Sewn entirely with kevlar yarn|
|Additional Features||Open wrist for easy insertion and removal of hands|
|Height (in/cm)||2 in / 5.08 cm|
|Length (in/cm)||14 in / 35.56 cm|
|Width (in/cm)||6 in / 15.24 cm|
|Weight (lb/kg)||2 lb / 0.9 Kg|
|Return conditions||No returnable if used. For more information about our return policy, please refer to the "Orders and Returns" link on the home page|
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