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Hot Gloves #62256
02/12/06 09:01 AM
02/12/06 09:01 AM
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Tiger  Offline OP
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Joined: May 2005
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Crystal Lake, IL USA
I'm looking for a supplier of name-brand, top-quality hot gloves for use in residential distribution panels, meter sockets, etc.. Dexterity is important.

I can do internet searches, I'm asking for responses from any who use gloves daily and know the quality. Price is not a determining factor.

Thanks,
Dave

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Re: Hot Gloves #62257
02/12/06 09:24 AM
02/12/06 09:24 AM
togol  Offline
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Joined: Sep 2005
Posts: 421
NW In. USA
Tiger,
W.H.Salisbury....... http://www.whsalisbury.com/ .......makes the gloves !

AND they are in Skokie

I have taken the liners out and just use the leathers when working around resi stuff, though they are just to cumbersome at times.......SSSSHH ....you can get 500v gloves,
I have 11kv

some places want FULL protection though, so gloves would be just one component....anyway,

GK011BL/9H is a 1000v blue glove with a goatskin leather ....in a canvas bag

[This message has been edited by togol (edited 02-12-2006).]

[This message has been edited by electure (edited 02-12-2006).]


Tom
Re: Hot Gloves #62258
02/12/06 09:53 AM
02/12/06 09:53 AM
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Celtic  Offline
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Joined: Feb 2005
Posts: 361
NJ
Dexteritiy takes a back seat to safety when talking gloves...a person who uses gloves with some regularity will "adjust" to working with them on.

When I say "gloves", I mean rubbers AND leathers. The leathers are there to protect the rubbers which protect the user. The rubbers should be tested every 6 months (it may be 3 months, I forget as I haven't been "regular" in many years ~ and no, I'm not "irregular" you wise guys! ) by a qualified testing company.

I am partial to White gloves ( http://www.whitesafetyline.com/index.html ).

This style glove is what I typically use on a service tie-in:
[Linked Image]
Mine is a 12" style.

EDIT: Mine are rated at 5kv, and I have used them at times on voltages upto 4160v.

For working in a panel, I assume everything is "hot" and proceed with extreme caution...I'm not sure I could even feel a #10 with those gloves on.


With gloves, care and maintainance is CRITICAL. Poor care and maintance can be expensive and dangerous - assuming a damaged glove is "ok" is asking for an accident. You must train the persons using the gloves proper care and maintance.

EDIT #1: Included rated
EDIT #2: White Gloves are located in Ravenna, Ohio

[This message has been edited by Celtic (edited 02-12-2006).]


~~ CELTIC ~~
...-= NJ =-...
Re: Hot Gloves #62259
02/12/06 11:41 AM
02/12/06 11:41 AM
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BigJohn  Offline
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Joined: Mar 2004
Posts: 391
Boston, MA
These gloves are the best deal I've found. I bought their class 00 blue Salcor glove kit for use during the very limited times when I'll work something hot.

I was originally concerned about dexterity, but I've found that A) I'm using insulated tools to boot, and it's more than easy enough to hold a pair of Kleins with these.
B) If I have to deal with so many small wires (e.g., terminating a panel) that dexterity would be a serious problem, then by-far the quickest and safest method is to kill the power and do it barehand.

Just don't let the use of safety equipment be a substitute for trying to work safely, if that makes any sense. [Linked Image]

-John

[This message has been edited by BigJohn (edited 02-12-2006).]

Re: Hot Gloves #62260
02/12/06 01:50 PM
02/12/06 01:50 PM
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ianh  Offline
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Joined: Jun 2004
Posts: 54
Douglas, Isle of Man, UK
We use the White gloves at our PoCo and we don't get many complaints. They don't affect your dexterity too much.

The only drawback I have found with them is that the leather gauntlet has a nylon strap which you tighten for a good fit, but the stitching on this comes apart fairly quickly. Don't know if it was just the batch we've got but it is the only real let down.

Cheers

Ian

Re: Hot Gloves #62261
02/12/06 04:50 PM
02/12/06 04:50 PM
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LoneGunman  Offline
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Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 141
Florida
The EC I work for issues us Salisbury 1000v gloves, rubbers and leathers. When Issued I never thought I would really wear them, have been wearing them quit often, anything hot including panel work I now where my gloves. Just like the glove carrier says "Always where your gloves".

Re: Hot Gloves #62262
02/12/06 06:34 PM
02/12/06 06:34 PM
togol  Offline
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Joined: Sep 2005
Posts: 421
NW In. USA
hey, how come my link ....doesn't link??


Tom
Re: Hot Gloves #62263
02/12/06 06:47 PM
02/12/06 06:47 PM
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maintenanceguy  Offline
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Joined: Dec 2001
Posts: 300
Southern NJ, USA
I don't think it really matters which class glove or who makes them if dexterity is what you want. One glove may be better or worse than another but once you put the leathers on, they're all bulky IMHO.

Re: Hot Gloves #62264
02/12/06 08:04 PM
02/12/06 08:04 PM
electure  Offline

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Joined: Dec 2000
Posts: 4,264
Fullerton, CA USA
Togol,
It must be boxed between " and "" (minus the quotation marks)to work the link.

Re: Hot Gloves #62265
02/12/06 08:18 PM
02/12/06 08:18 PM
togol  Offline
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Joined: Sep 2005
Posts: 421
NW In. USA
electure,

my goof,
thanks a bunch


( http://www.whsalisbury.com/ )


Tom
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