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34C307 231096 UNSPSC # 46181508

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Flame-Resistant Sleeve, L, Sleeve, Sleeve Length 21 in, 1 PR

  • Item # 34C307
  • Mfr. Model # 231096
  • UNSPSC # 46181508
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin Pakistan. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These welding sleeves are made of pigskin and treated cotton. Pigskin sleeves softens with use, withstands moisture without becoming stiff, and have better breathability than other leathers. Treated cotton is breathable to keep workers cool. It protects against heat and sparks and provides lighter protection than leather. The combination of leather on the wrist side of the sleeve and treated cotton on the back side provides resistance to sparks and minor flame in high-exposure areas, while providing breathability in low-exposure areas. Welding sleeves are pulled on over the wrist to protect arms from flames and sparks encountered when welding.

Technical Specs

  • Item Flame-Resistant Sleeve
  • ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level Not Tested
  • ANSI/ISEA Cut Level Not Tested
  • Cuff Style Elastic
  • Leather Type Grain
  • Series ArcArmor
  • Sleeve Length 21 in
  • Sleeve Material Cotton/Pigskin
  • Sleeve Performance General Purpose
  • Stitching Material Kevlar(R)
  • Sleeve Style Sleeve
  • Sleeve Size L
  • Includes Thumbhole No
  • Color Blue
  • Includes Soapstone Pocket No
  • Standards NFPA 70E HRC 2
  • Brand and Series Miller

These welding sleeves are made of pigskin and treated cotton. Pigskin sleeves softens with use, withstands moisture without becoming stiff, and have better breathability than other leathers. Treated cotton is breathable to keep workers cool. It protects against heat and sparks and provides lighter protection than leather. The combination of leather on the wrist side of the sleeve and treated cotton on the back side provides resistance to sparks and minor flame in high-exposure areas, while providing breathability in low-exposure areas. Welding sleeves are pulled on over the wrist to protect arms from flames and sparks encountered when welding.

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