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Protection During Service Changes? #42388
09/20/04 01:05 PM
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NJ Wireman  Offline OP
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I am looking to buy a good pair of lineman style rubber/leather gloves to wear during reconnects / disconnects . My only problem is a dont really nead a true high voltage glove as i mainly do res. work. Any ideas? I know most people just wear a good pair of leather work gloves but better safe then sorry.

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Re: Protection During Service Changes? #42389
09/20/04 03:00 PM
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www.salisbury.com but the rubber goods have to be retested every six months by a testing agency. Our employer supplies ours. I'll bet the larger electrical wholesale houses carry them also. I'd check out Salisbury's site anyways. If you're on your own, you might want a whole PPE kit with a hardhat, faceshield with chin guard, gloves, and minimum 8 cal/cm^2 coverall in a handsome carrying case for $150 to $250.

Re: Protection During Service Changes? #42390
09/20/04 03:03 PM
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Oooops that web site should be www.whsalisbury.com the other one is some college. Sorry.

Re: Protection During Service Changes? #42391
09/21/04 05:11 PM
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Norton, Ma USA
Here is a site you can get PPE and have it tested at regular intervals.
www.pettestinglab.com

Hope this helps.
Al

Re: Protection During Service Changes? #42392
09/21/04 05:41 PM
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Ryan_J  Offline
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Are hot gloves all that are required by OSHA for this type of work? Something to think about...


Ryan Jackson,
Salt Lake City
Re: Protection During Service Changes? #42393
09/21/04 07:32 PM
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DougW  Offline
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Grainger sells Salisbury gloves and glove protectors too, as well as FR switch gear...
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/productdetail.jsp?xi=xi&ItemId=1611770641&ccitem=


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