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Leather Arc Flash & Flame-Resistant Gloves

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Leather arc flash and flame-resistant gloves are used when performing electrical work such as de-energizing electrical panels, working on automotive electrical systems, and working on machinery in oil and gas facilities. Leather gloves resist wear and provide a balance of abrasion resistance and dexterity. 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.
Leather arc flash and flame-resistant gloves are used when performing electrical work such as de-energizing electrical panels, working on automotive electrical systems, and working on machinery in oil and gas facilities. Leather gloves resist wear and provide a balance of abrasion resistance and dexterity. 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.
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Category 3 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves

Category 3 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves
Category 3 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 25 cal/cm2. Cut-resistant gloves protect against lacerations and some punctures caused by handling sharp items, such as metal and glass. Drivers gloves are formfitting and less bulky than standard work gloves, making it easier to handle small items and parts.

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Category 3 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves with Impact Protection

Category 3 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves with Impact Protection
Category 3 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 25 cal/cm2. Cut- and impact-resistant gloves protect against lacerations from handling metal, glass, and other sharp items, as well as from impact injuries to the knuckle side of the hand caused by bumps, swinging chain, and working in tight spaces. Drivers gloves are formfitting and less bulky than standard work gloves, making it easier to handle small items and parts.

Premium Grade Full Leather

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Category 4 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves

Category 4 Cut-Resistant Drivers Gloves
Category 4 gloves meet NFPA 70E standards and have a minimum arc flash rating of 40 cal/cm2. Cut-resistant gloves protect against lacerations and some punctures caused by handling sharp items, such as metal and glass. Drivers gloves are formfitting and less bulky than standard work gloves, making it easier to handle small items and parts.

Premium Grade Full Leather

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