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Knit Arc Flash & Flame-Resistant Gloves

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Knit arc flash and flame-resistant gloves protect workers from arc flash shock and burns. Arc flash gloves are flame-resistant, but not all flame-resistant gloves are arc flash-rated. PPE category (CAT)-rated gloves (sometimes called hazard risk category (HRC)) are flame-resistant and meet NFPA 70E standards to protect workers from arc flash burns. They must be worn with other CAT-rated clothing to provide complete protection. Knit gloves are made of spun yarn, making them breathable and formfitting.
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Category 1 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene/Nitrile Coating

Category 1 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene/Nitrile Coating

These category 1 cut-resistant knit gloves have a neoprene/nitrile blend coating for handling wet, dry, and oily workpieces. Category 1 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 4 cal/cm2. Neoprene/nitrile coatings are flexible, resist abrasion, and provide some protection against incidental heat and a range of chemicals. Cut-resistant gloves protect against lacerations and some punctures caused by handling sharp items, such as metal and glass.

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Category 2 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene Coating

Category 2 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene Coating

These category 2 cut-resistant knit gloves have a neoprene coating for handling dry and oily workpieces. Category 2 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 8 cal/cm2. Neoprene is soft, flexible, and heat resistant. It has a good grip in dry conditions. Cut-resistant gloves protect against lacerations and some punctures caused by handling sharp items, such as metal and glass.

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Category 2 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene/Nitrile Coating

Category 2 Cut-Resistant Gloves with Neoprene/Nitrile Coating

These category 2 cut-resistant knit gloves have a neoprene/nitrile blend coating for handling wet, dry, and oily workpieces. Category 2 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 8 cal/cm2. Neoprene/nitrile coatings are flexible, resist abrasion, and provide some protection against incidental heat and a range of chemicals. Cut-resistant gloves protect against lacerations and some punctures caused by handling sharp items, such as metal and glass.

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Flame-Resistant Gloves

Flame-Resistant Gloves
Flame-resistant knit gloves are made of materials that are self-extinguishing and resist melting to protect workers from burns.
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