Rated to 45cal/cm2 on the back of hand and 32.8cal/cm2 on palm
This glove does not provide protection from electric shock
Great feel and dexterity
Arc Flash PPE - Size 11
An arc fault happens when electric current flows through air gaps between conductors. Arc flashes often occur when racking in a breaker, performing switching, Insulation failure, accidents caused by touching a test probe to the wrong surface or slipped (non-insulated) tools.
In its most basic form, an arc is made up of four elements:
Thermal energy (heat)
Acoustical energy (sound)
Pressure wave and debris
Each of these elements can cause serious injury or death to a person.
Arc Flash Gloves
Arc Flash gloves from DEHN Germany
Cat 4 NFPA (45cal/cm2) - Back of Hand
Cat 3 NFPA (32.8cal/cm2) - Palm
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