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For employees, workplace safety is synonymous with hand safety. Not only do gloves protect workers, they protect consumers in environments in which employees handle food. Facility managers in many workplaces also know that hand safety must comply with OSHA requirements. With Grainger's online catalog, customers can browse and sort by manufacturer, price and ranking as well as type of protection. Whatever the job requires, Grainger has thousands of hand protection products for you to choose from.

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Grainger carries the following Steam Gloves. Per the suppliers website these gloves provide sanitary protection while working in hot and wet applications such as dishwashing and changing steam pans. With great dexterity, heat and liquid resistance, and cut and puncture protection, steam gloves are an excellent protective solution for dishwashing. Steam Gloves can withstand temperatures up to 225° F.

Below are the Grainger item numbers that can be entered into the search function on Grainger.com.

14 inch length gloves:
6GVA3 Steam Glove Medium
6GVA4 Steam Glove Large
6GVA5 Steam Glove X-Large

20 in length gloves:
6GVA6 Steam Glove Medium
6GVA7 Steam Glove Large
6GVA8 Steam Glove X-Large
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Try the Grainger # D0479. This is an insulated version of the NK803 and will protect up to 300 deg
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what gloves protects from electricity?

I'm always wiring cables so I need gloves that can protect me from getting shock.
Product used for:: wiring cables
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To review our selection of insulated gloves in the search box on Grainger.com please enter PG 2468 and this will take you to the catalog page that lists information about the gloves available as well as sizing options.

Or you can enter the following link in the address bar and it will take you to the catalog page.

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/ww...
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You need rubber insulated gloves that have been dielectrically tested for its integrity. Depending on the voltage, you may need 500 volt or 1000 volt gloves. Always, always check voltage with a volt meter before working on cables, and make certain you are donned in rubber insulated gloves while you are testing cables.

If you are unfamiliar with Lockout Tagout, look it up and apply it to your work task... it can very well save your life. Invest in NFPA 70E 2009 or 2012 Edition Standard for Electrial Safety in the Workplace soft copy to help you with electrical testing, approach boundary & appropriate safety garments.
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Where can I find a sizing chart for gloves?

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In the search box on Grainger.com enter "PG 2611" and this will take you to our catalog page that has glove sizing information.
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http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/static/safety-glove-size-chart-306.html
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We need gloves for rose bushes.

A little resistant from puncture is needed.

pls help recommend.

will be glad to hear from product manager and build a connection

thank you
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Please call into your local Grainger branch. They will be able to connect you with a glove specialist that can assist you with what glove would best meet your needs.

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the Showa Best Aegis HP54 gloves would probably work very well.

Grainger Item #11v570
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I work in a copy center and handle a lot of paper and card stock. I am on blood thinners and bleed from small paper cuts. I am looking for thin gloves that won't get sweaty.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

Please call into your local branch. They can connect you with a Safety Support Specialist that can assist you find the right glove for your application.

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I wear the Mpact3's all the time and they don't get that sweaty I think they should be fine for what you do.
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proper glove size

need to know how to determine proper glove size
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following: wrap a tape measure around your palm to determine the circumference of your hand in inches. Palm size 6-7 is xs…7-8 is small…8-9 medium…9-10 is large…10-11 is xl.

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http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/static/safety-glove-size-chart-306.html
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I am looking for a non latex glove that does not "grow" when used with coolant. I work in a secondaires factory. We do drilling, tapping, lathe and computerized mill work. All machines use coolant and most of the gloves fingers get longer with use. Since most parts are small and picked up with fingers this is a safety issue. Can you help???
Gender: Female
Field of Industry:: Metal Secondaries
Product used for:: hand protection
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Try a Nitrile material glove but avoid solvents for long duration use.
Gender: Male
Age: 45 to 54
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Hello Denise,

Degradation is a change in the physical properties of a glove - such as growth and elongation. A degradation rating (not recommended, poor, fair, good or excellent) indicates how well physically a glove will hold up when working with a specific chemical.

In order to help you with selecting a glove that will meet your needs, the first and usually best place to find a recommendation is the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

If a specific glove material is not given on the MSDS then a review of the chemical makeup of the coolant is needed.

We at Grainger have access to the glove manufacturers chemical resistance guides and would be happy to help you determine which glove may best meet your needs.

Please contact your local Grainger Branch for further assistance.

Thank you,

Sally
Technical Product Support Specialist

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Due to the many possible options and hazards, please contact your local branch to speak with a technical product support specialist to discuss the best option for your specific needs.

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item 24L248 has palm padding and good cut resistance.
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Do your impact resistant gloves

I need to order gloves, but i have lost the email contact.

Can someone get in touch with me

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Field of Industry:: Oil and Gas
Product used for:: Safety amonh many others
Years purchasing from Grainger:: many years
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Yes we do carry impact resistant gloves. You can type impact resistant gloves into the search function on Grainger.com to view the gloves we carry. If you would like to speak with someone about ordering you can contact us at
1-800-323-0620.
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Per the information provided on Grainger.com here are the following specs per each glove.

3BC65-
*ANSI/ISEA Cut Level 5
*ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level 2
*Standards CFR 21, ANSI, FDA

5AC26-
*ANSI/ISEA Cut Level 5
*ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level 2
*Standards CFR 21, ANSI, FDA

If you are needing additional information please call 1-800-Grainger.
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