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23J996 1878-5 UNSPSC # 46181504

Welding Gloves: Wing Thumb, Extended Gauntlet Cuff, Premium, Black/Tan Deerskin, Caiman® 1878, 1 PR

  • Item # 23J996
  • Mfr. Model # 1878-5
  • UNSPSC # 46181504
  • Catalog Page # 1704 1704
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These stick welding gloves have a deerskin leather palm. Deerskin leather is soft, lightweight, and conforms easily to the hand for high comfort and flexibility. It has a longer lifespan than cowhide and is warmer than other leathers. 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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Welding Gloves: Wing Thumb, Extended Gauntlet Cuff, Premium, Black/Tan Deerskin, Caiman® 1878, 1 PR

  • Item # 23J996
  • Mfr. Model # 1878-5
  • UNSPSC # 46181504
  • Catalog Page # 1704 1704
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These stick welding gloves have a deerskin leather palm. Deerskin leather is soft, lightweight, and conforms easily to the hand for high comfort and flexibility. It has a longer lifespan than cowhide and is warmer than other leathers. 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.

Technical Specs

  • Item Welding Gloves
  • Additional Hazard Protection Flame-Resistant, Heat-Resistant
  • ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level Not Tested
  • ANSI/ISEA Cut Level Not Tested
  • ANSI/ISEA Puncture Level Not Tested
  • Brand and Series Caiman(R) 1878
  • Color Black
  • Cuff Color Tan
  • Cuff Length 14 in
  • Cuff Material Cowhide
  • Cuff Style Extended Gauntlet
  • Glove Back Color Black/Tan
  • Glove Back Material Deerskin
  • Glove Backing Material Black/Tan Deerskin
  • Glove Construction Kontour(TM)
  • Glove Cut Gunn - Full Back
  • Glove Features Double Palm, Insulated
  • Glove Hand Style Left and Right
  • Glove Insulation Material Fleece/Foam
  • Glove Leather Grade A
  • Glove Liner Material Fleece
  • Glove Materials Cowhide, Deerskin
  • Glove Safety Features Flame Resistant Lining
  • Glove Size L
  • Glove Style Welding
  • High-Visibility No
  • Includes Double Palm Yes
  • Includes Glide Patch No
  • Includes ID Panel No
  • Includes Padded Palm No
  • Includes Pinch Point Protection No
  • Includes Pull Strap No
  • Includes Red Palm No
  • Insulated Yes
  • Leather Color Black; Gold
  • Leather Glove Liner Type Cotton Fleece Liner
  • Leather Glove Style Work
  • Leather Grade Premium
  • Leather Palm Process Split
  • Oil Resistant No
  • Palm Material Deerskin
  • Palm Style Reinforced
  • Reflective Backing No
  • Reinforcement Coverage Reinforced Palm
  • Rope Channel Reinforcement Yes
  • Series 1878
  • Stitching Material Kevlar(R)
  • Thumb Style Wing
  • Thumb Sweat Wipe No
  • Touchscreen Compatible No
  • Water Resistant No
  • Waterproof No
  • Welding Glove Application MIG, Stick

These stick welding gloves have a deerskin leather palm. Deerskin leather is soft, lightweight, and conforms easily to the hand for high comfort and flexibility. It has a longer lifespan than cowhide and is warmer than other leathers. 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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