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Material: high quality natural rubber
Weight: 250g each
Length: 14 inch
Width: 4 1/2 inch Wrist, 6 3/4 inch Cuff
The dimension is fit for most hand size.
The product is suitable for lineman work, electrical contractor and field service work, high-voltage machine operations, and other industrial applications.
We use only the finest dielectric natural rubber, offering superior dielectric properties, increased durability, flexibility and comfort at the best value.
The material is non-conductive and provides better elasticity than nitrile, chloroprene, or vinyl, and better puncture resistance than vinyl.
The glove has a contoured shape to help reduce hand fatigue and chafing, and a smooth finish for comfort and to resist wear.
Test voltage: 12000V, 1 minute, leakage current is not more than 1.5 milliampere per kilo volt .
Under 3000V: as a basic security appliances, -- can touch electrical equipment.
3000V-8000V: as auxiliary security appliances, -- cannot touch electrical equipment directly.
1, if the gloves are damaged, please do not use.
2, to ensure safety, a preventive test should be performed every 6 months using.
3, when using, your sleeve should be put into the glove to prevent accidents.
4, when stored, keep away from heat, and avoid direct sunlight.
1，In order to ensure safety under high voltage, the gloves are a little thick and heavy;
2, This product has its natural unpleasant smell of rubber.
An annual Inman High School tradition, Inman's Senior Slideshow is first shown on the seniors last day of school at the annual MayFete Assembly. Most years, a senior Student Council member volunteers and takes on the project of putting together a showcase of memories for the graduating class. This year, Senior Peter Buller, took on the job of digital layout and editing. Senior Jerrod Werth assisted with collecting the students' quotes, role models and pictures. Anyone who has put together a slideshow or a project with this many people involved knows of the time and effort to get pictures, quotes and meet deadlines! Peter and Jerrod worked an enormous amount of hours to complete this project. We hope you enjoy it!!
Calendar Week of October 10 - October 16, 2021