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Chemical Resistant Gloves, Neoprene, Rough, Standard Weight, 12 In., Cuff Pinked, Lining Knit, Size L, Color Blue/Black, Supported, Standards Compliance with 21 CFR, Parts 170-199, Resists Acids, Bases, Disinfectant, Oils, Greases, Hydrocarbons, Acetates, Glycol Ethers, 1 Pair
 
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PostedOctober 4, 2012
As a Safety Engineer, I think these gloves are GREAT. I have tested several other chemical resistant gloves that advertise abrasive resistant, but when dispatched to workers for trial, the longivity is perhaps a whomping 30 minutes.
At our metal foundry, MAPA Chemical Resistant Gloves reached their 6 weeks trial period with great success. Gloves have endured the handling of heavy metal castings, grinding and mag testing while maintaining its integrity.
We have replaced our current gloves with MAPA Chemical Gloves NL-34 ; it is cost effective, protects our workers well and increases productiity.
Product FeaturesGreat value for money, High Quality, Durable/Performs well
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what gloves protects from electricity?

I'm always wiring cables so I need gloves that can protect me from getting shock.
Product used for:: wiring cables
You need rubber insulated gloves that have been dielectrically tested for its integrity. Depending on the voltage, you may need 500 volt or 1000 volt gloves. Always, always check voltage with a volt meter before working on cables, and make certain you are donned in rubber insulated gloves while you are testing cables.

If you are unfamiliar with Lockout Tagout, look it up and apply it to your work task... it can very well save your life. Invest in NFPA 70E 2009 or 2012 Edition Standard for Electrial Safety in the Workplace soft copy to help you with electrical testing, approach boundary & appropriate safety garments.
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