Heat Resistant Gloves

Regular price $20.00
Sale price $20.00 Regular price

Heat-resistant gloves are designed to protect your hands from high temperatures and thermal hazards. They are commonly used in various industries, such as manufacturing, welding, cooking, and firefighting.

Here are a few key points to consider when choosing heat-resistant gloves:

  1. Material: Heat-resistant gloves are typically made from materials like leather, Kevlar, Nomex, silicone, or a combination of these materials. Each material offers different levels of heat resistance and durability, so choose one based on the specific application and temperature range you need.

  2. Temperature rating: Check the temperature rating of the gloves to ensure they can withstand the heat levels you'll be working with. Different gloves have different maximum temperature limits, so it's important to select gloves that are appropriate for your intended use.

  3. Insulation and lining: Heat-resistant gloves often have additional insulation or lining layers to enhance their thermal protection. These layers can include materials like cotton, foam, or thermal liners. The insulation helps to minimize heat transfer and provides extra comfort.

  4. Grip and dexterity: Consider the level of grip and dexterity required for your tasks. Some heat-resistant gloves have textured surfaces or palm coatings to improve grip, while others may sacrifice dexterity for increased heat resistance. Choose gloves that strike the right balance for your needs.

  5. Size and fit: Proper fit is crucial for safety and comfort. Ensure that the gloves are the right size for your hands and allow for sufficient finger movement. Gloves that are too tight or too loose may impair dexterity and increase the risk of accidents.

  6. Certification and standards: Look for gloves that meet industry standards and certifications for heat resistance, such as EN 407 or ASTM F1060. These certifications indicate that the gloves have been tested and approved for specific heat protection levels.

Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines and instructions for proper use and maintenance of heat-resistant gloves. Remember that while heat-resistant gloves provide protection against thermal hazards, they may have limitations, so it's important to assess the specific risks of your work environment and choose appropriate safety measures accordingly.

Heat Resistant Gloves