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#13107 - 08/25/02 03:00 AM 750V Insulated Gloves  
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Can anyone help me, please.
I am after a set of High Voltage
(750-1000V) insulated,leather+ PVC
gloves, I have worn out the pair that I
have, and I cannot find a supplier for
some new gloves.


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#13108 - 08/25/02 11:25 AM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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Trumpy, do you have access to a Grainger store? Otherwise Grainger.com. has them model #'s 4JD52, '53 and '54 depending on the size.


#13109 - 08/25/02 05:26 PM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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#13110 - 08/25/02 05:29 PM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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McMastercarr.com.
They should be at your door the next day.
BTW,
We refer to those gloves (Class 00 for 500V. max use & Class 0 for 750V. max) as "low-voltage" gloves, although technically, the Class 0 are above the typical 600 volt "low voltage" designation.

[This message has been edited by Redsy (edited 08-25-2002).]


#13111 - 08/25/02 09:45 PM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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On the same subject where can I find a suitable face shield for low voltage applications?
Thanks, Brian


#13112 - 08/25/02 10:43 PM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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Try an internet search on a company called Oberon. I will try to provide more info tomorrow.

Try "oberoncompany.com"

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#13113 - 08/26/02 12:14 AM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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#13114 - 08/26/02 02:36 AM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
Trumpy  Offline


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Thanks Guys,
Now have more than enough info.
Cheers,
Trumpy


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#13115 - 10/28/02 01:01 AM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
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Sorry guys, to bring up an old subject,
but I could not find a single link to
the Gloves that I was after.
Maybe Old Appy can help.
I desperately need a pair of these gloves,as
the pair that I have are now dangerous with respect to live work.
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#13116 - 10/28/02 09:39 AM Re: 750V Insulated Gloves  
donles  Offline
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I got a pair of 1000 volt gloves from Mitchell Instrument Co. not that long ago.
I had called another company that gave me some ridiculous back-order time estimate but Mitchell delivered. They are on the web.
Don


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