Scilabub® Nomex® 7154C Autoclave Gauntlet Gloves in Red
The gloves give full protection, having double thickness of material in front and back. Inserts in the sides of the fingers and a shaped, inset thumb provide a comfortable fit. The gloves extend well over the wrist, giving important protection to that area, and are elasticated at the front of the wrist. For comfort and surer handling a knitted Nomex fabric is used, rather than a woven one. The outer layer of the gloves is red. Gloves and Gauntlets are supplied in three sizes medium, large and small. Gauntlets are identical to gloves from finger to wrist. From the wrist there is a sleeve of woven red Nomex, extending to the elbow where it is elasticated, to secure it and to avoid an open entry. A strip of red knitted Nomex is inset into the sleeve to give some degree of stretch, assisting donning and giving a ‘snug’ fit.
The Nomex III fibre used to make the fabrics of these autoclave gauntlet gloves is a blend of Nomex and a small amount of Kevlar. Both are aramids (aromatic polyamides) and are high temperature resistant and non-melt. It has good dimensional stability characteristics and handles and feels like normal light work clothing. The protection is a characteristic of Nomex itself. No surface treatment is necessary, it does not impair the fabric’s ability to ‘breathe’ and cannot wash out
- Autoclave gloves
- Heat resistant
- Ultra-Low thermal conductivity
- double thickness
- Knitted fabric for comfort
- does not stink or melt
- unaffected by washing
- good chemical resistance
- Suitable for cold use
- EN 388: 1X4X
- EN 407: Burning behaviour 4, contact heat 1, convective heat 3, radiant heat 0, small drops molten metal 1, large drops molten metal X.
Available in 3 sizes Small = 7½-8, Medium = 8½-9, Large = 9½-10
*PLEASE NOTE: We endeavour to have most sizes in stock, if you require your gloves urgently please contact us to confirm availability.
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