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    BINAME BGL0 Electro Rubber Insulating Glove, Belgium

    Rubber insulating gloves are the first line of protection against electrical shock.

    Widely used in meter departments and other low voltage applications, these 16″ red rubber gloves are designed to be lightweight and offer maximum dexterity.

    They are rated as a “Class 00″ 2,500 Volts and “Class 0″ 5,000 Volts glove with a maximum actual use voltage of 500 Volts and 1,000 Volts in accordance with EN 60903.

    Before use, always check and reject glove with visual damages such as scratches, cracks, cuts, puncture, foreign matter, tear, hardening and pitting.

    Always wear a leather protective glove over rubber insulating gloves to provide the necessary mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

    Do not use gloves older than 1 year from the date of manufacture without prior testing.

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    BINAME BGL00 Electro Rubber Insulating Glove, Belgium

    Rubber insulating gloves are the first line of protection against electrical shock.

    Widely used in meter departments and other low voltage applications, these 16″ red rubber gloves are designed to be lightweight and offer maximum dexterity.

    They are rated as a “Class 00″ 2,500 Volts and “Class 0″ 5,000 Volts glove with a maximum actual use voltage of 500 Volts and 1,000 Volts in accordance with EN 60903.

    Before use, always check and reject glove with visual damages such as scratches, cracks, cuts, puncture, foreign matter, tear, hardening and pitting.

    Always wear a leather protective glove over rubber insulating gloves to provide the necessary mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

    Do not use gloves older than 1 year from the date of manufacture without prior testing

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    BINAME BGL1 Electro Rubber Insulating Glove, Belgium

    Rubber insulating gloves are the first line of protection against electrical shock.

    Widely used in meter departments and other low voltage applications, these 16″ red rubber gloves are designed to be lightweight and offer maximum dexterity.

    They are rated as a “Class 00″ 2,500 Volts and “Class 0″ 5,000 Volts glove with a maximum actual use voltage of 500 Volts and 1,000 Volts in accordance with EN 60903.

    Before use, always check and reject glove with visual damages such as scratches, cracks, cuts, puncture, foreign matter, tear, hardening and pitting.

    Always wear a leather protective glove over rubber insulating gloves to provide the necessary mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

    Do not use gloves older than 1 year from the date of manufacture without prior testing.

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    BINAME BGL2 Electro Rubber Insulating Glove, Belgium

    Rubber insulating gloves are the first line of protection against electrical shock.

    Widely used in meter departments and other low voltage applications, these 16″ red rubber gloves are designed to be lightweight and offer maximum dexterity.

    They are rated as a “Class 00″ 2,500 Volts and “Class 0″ 5,000 Volts glove with a maximum actual use voltage of 500 Volts and 1,000 Volts in accordance with EN 60903.

    Before use, always check and reject glove with visual damages such as scratches, cracks, cuts, puncture, foreign matter, tear, hardening and pitting.

    Always wear a leather protective glove over rubber insulating gloves to provide the necessary mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

    Do not use gloves older than 1 year from the date of manufacture without prior testing.

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    BINAME BGL3 Electro Rubber Insulating Glove, Belgium

    Rubber insulating gloves are the first line of protection against electrical shock.

    Widely used in meter departments and other low voltage applications, these 16″ red rubber gloves are designed to be lightweight and offer maximum dexterity.

    They are rated as a “Class 00″ 2,500 Volts and “Class 0″ 5,000 Volts glove with a maximum actual use voltage of 500 Volts and 1,000 Volts in accordance with EN 60903.

    Before use, always check and reject glove with visual damages such as scratches, cracks, cuts, puncture, foreign matter, tear, hardening and pitting.

    Always wear a leather protective glove over rubber insulating gloves to provide the necessary mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

    Do not use gloves older than 1 year from the date of manufacture without prior testing.

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