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Welding Gloves

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Welding gloves are made of leather and other materials to protect workers from flames, heat, and sparks encountered when welding. MIG, TIG, and stick welding gloves have different features to accommodate different hazards for each type of welding. TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding creates fine seams without generating spatter and sparks so gloves are thinner and more dexterous than other welding gloves. MIG (metal inert gas) welding gloves are lighter and more dexterous than stick welding gloves and protect against burns caused by sparks and medium heat. Stick welding gloves are thick, heavy-duty gloves that have welted seams to protect against burns caused by sparks and high heat.
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Stick Welding Gloves with Elkskin Leather Palm

Stick Welding Gloves with Elkskin Leather Palm
These stick welding gloves have an elkskin leather palm. Elkskin molds to the hand and remains soft when exposed to heat longer than cowhide. Stick welding gloves are thick, heavy-duty gloves that have welted seams to protect against burns caused by sparks and high heat. Stick welding can be used to weld most common alloys and metals and is best suited for welding thick workpieces and is commonly used to weld stainless steel and steel structures in metal fabrication, construction, and repair tasks.

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MIG/TIG Welding Gloves with Elkskin Leather Palm

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These welding gloves have a elkskin leather palm and are used for MIG and TIG welding. The elkskin leather palm molds to the hand and remains soft when exposed to heat.MIG welding gloves are lighter and more dexterous than stick welding gloves and protect against burns caused by sparks and medium heat. MIG welding is used to create clean welds on thick or thin plate metals in high-production environments, including manufacturing, automotive, railroad, metalworking, and farm applications. TIG welding creates fine seams without generating spatter and sparks so gloves are thinner and more dexterous than other welding gloves. It is commonly used for welding vehicles, pressure vessels, pipelines, food industry containers, and aviation equipment.
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