Electrical Gloves

Gloves for electricians and electrical work must be close fitting and have excellent grip in order to handle the many tasks requiring fine motor skills, such as wiring electrical boxes, conduit and junction boxes.

Dexterity and flexibility is essential for handling small wires and cables. In this regard, puncture resistance is also important.

Electricians also need gloves that are anti-static or electrostatic dissipation (ESD) or that offer low to high-voltage protection for certain activities.

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Dexterity® 13-gauge Nylon with Textured Latex Palms Dexterity® 13-gauge Nylon with Textured Latex Palms Item Number: S13BKLX

ASTM puncture-level 3.

Superior Touch® Static Dissipative PU-Coated Nylon Gloves Superior Touch® Static Dissipative PU-Coated Nylon Gloves Item Number: S13PUCF

Polyurethane coated nylon/carbon blend. Protects from static electricity; touchscreen compatible.

Clutch Gear® Arc Flash Grain Goatskin Mechanics with Carbon Backs Clutch Gear® Arc Flash Grain Goatskin Mechanics with Carbon Backs Item Number: MXBGXKL

FR all-black grain goatskin mechanics style glove, carbon back,fully Kevlar® lined. Arc Flash HRC Level 2

Dexterity® Flame-Resistant Arc Flash Glove with Neoprene Palm Dexterity® Flame-Resistant Arc Flash Glove with Neoprene Palm Item Number: S13FRNE

Flame-Resistant Arc Flash Glove with Neoprene Palm