Insulating gloves and sleeves should be used by properly trained personnel in compliance with the employer's work procedures and the applicable standards for every voltage rating and application. The table below summarizes the rubber insulating gloves ratings and labels per ASTM.
Selecting the right size for you
Selecting the right size ensures a comfortable wear without sacrificing dexterity. Allow approximately an additional 0.5" if liners will be used.
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Voltage AC / DC
Voltage AC / DC
|500 / 750||2,500 / 10,000||
|0||1,000 / 1,500||5,000 / 20,000||
|1||7,500 / 11,250||10,000 / 40,000||
|2||17,000 / 25,500||20,000 / 50,000||
|3||26,500 / 39,750||30,000 / 60,000||
|4||36,000 / 54,000||40,000 / 70,000||
Leather protectors must meet ASTM specification F696 and should always be worn over rubber insulating gloves to prevent mechanical damage to the rubber gloves, except for those conditions detailed in ASTM F496. The protector must be properly sized and shaped to avoid the deformation or damage of the rubber insulating glove. The minimum distances between the gauntlet and the cuff are listed in the table shown.
For more details on leather protectors or rubber gloves, please refer to ASTM D120, F496 and F696.
|Glove Class||Min. Distance Between Protectors and Rubber Gloves|