Safety Gloves - Stat-Tek(TM) ESD Gloves, Uncoated Lint Free Antistatic Nylon Fabric, Men's, Medium -- 616314-01192Supplier: R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
Description: Stat-Tek(TM) ESD Gloves, Uncoated Lint Free Antistatic Nylon Fabric, Men's, Medium. * Constructed of Kanebo Belltron Conductive Fiber and Water Affinitive Kanebo SLN Nylon for a Low Linting Nylon Glove. * Low Particulate Count. * Perspiration Absorbent - 50 Times Better than Polyester. * Excellent
Supplier: All-Spec Industries
Description: Static dissipative, cleanroom compatible glove that eliminates the need for a wrist strap via a cuff-mounted male 1/8" grounding snap. Breathable textured polyester fabric. Conductive carbonized fibers run the length of the glove and connect with conductive thread in the elastic wrist, thus
- Application: Other
- Material: Polyester
- Industry: Cleanroom
- Features: Other
Supplier: Toughweld Workwear
Description: CamelBak Heat Grip CT Gloves w/ Logo This lightweight glove features two-way stretch spandex with conductive anti-static fiber, FlexCut™ trigger finger and a seamless palm provide a snug fit with maximum flexibility. Details: Seamless palm design without lining maximizes dexterity Smooth
Supplier: Wiper Master, Inc.
Description: Keeps gloves and other items handy. Clips attach to clothing, belts, tool belts, gear bags and even D-rings. Breakaway design won?t drag you into equipment, reducing the potential for injury. Made of durable, dielectric and non-conductive acetal copolymer
Standards and Technical Documents - Live working - Conductive clothing for use at nominal voltage up to 800 kV a.c. and +/- 600 kV d.c. -- IEC 60895:2002
Description: Applicable to conductive clothing, either assembled from component parts or forming a single complete clothing, worn by (electrically) skilled persons during live working (especially bare-hand working) at a nominal power system voltage up to 800 kV a.c. and ±600 kV d.c. It is applicable
Standards and Technical Documents - STANDARD ON PROTECTIVE ENSEMBLES FOR STRUCTURAL FIRE FIGHTING AND PROXIMITY FIRE FIGHTING -- NFPA 1971
Description: as well as convective and conductive heat are released, and from physical, environmental, and bloodborne pathogen hazards encountered during proximity fire fighting operations. The purpose of this standard shall also be to establish a minimum level of protection for structural and proximity fire fighting
Supplier: Liberty Glove & Safety, Inc.
Description: Fluorescent green, 100% polyester mesh fabric, non-conductive / non-caustic zipper front closure, two vertical and one horizontal 2" wide silver/orange reflective stripes.
Supplier: Liberty Glove & Safety, Inc.
Description: High visibility flame retardant safety vest, ANSI 107-2004 Class 2 with 2" wide silver retroreflective stripes. Non-conductive and non-caustic zipper front. One flap pocket pull and strap closure. NFPA 701(2004) fire retardant-treated fabric.
- Clothing Type: Vest
- Features: High Visibility
Description: Comes with 1/4" slotted, 3/16" slotted, #1 Phillips, #2 Phillips, and 1/4" Nutdriver. Features: - 1000V AC, 1500V DC rated per ASTM F 1505-01 and EN 60900 (IEC900) - Handle can store up to 8 standard bits - Accomodates most standard 1/4" hex bits - Powerful magnet securely holds bits in place -
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Developing technology for production of combined fibres for protective articles
Unfortunately, the lifetime of these articles, particularly conducting gloves , is brief.
Protective Gloves for Occupational Use
Where the consequences of glove failure could be more significant, then there would appear to be no alternative but to seek advice from the glove manufacturer or to conduct glove testing to determine the safe maximum use time of the gloves for �
A study of the electrical properties of polymeric materials used for gloves and finger cots
A carbon- filled polyurethane glove was used as a representative conductive glove .
Analysis of ESD glove use
There is a mistaken belief that a conductive glove will not tribocharge any material.
Contamination and ESD Control in High Technology Manufacturing
FIGURE 8.5 Carbon-filled polyurethane conductive glove .
Design of an innovative proximity detection embedded-system for safety application in industrial machinery
The detection principle chosen in this work is based on electrostatic induction, or capacitive coupling, between conducting gloves covering the operator�s hands and two conducting sensing bars located on both sides of the mov- ing blade.