Part Numbers and Product Descriptions
|80-10-10-02-11||22oz Kevlar Mitten, 2 Ply Kevlar Face, AMBI, Heavy Wool Liner 11" Length|
|80-10-10-02-14||22oz Kevlar Mitten, 2 Ply Kevlar Face, AMBI, Heavy Wool Liner 14" Length|
|80-10-10-02-18||22oz Kevlar Mitten, 2 Ply Kevlar Face, AMBI, Heavy Wool Liner 18" Length|
Choose the gloves that give the protection you need against radiant heat, molten metal and sparks.
Our mitts today are the result of many years of experience in protecting workers in high temperature hand exposure. The high temperature protection of hands is one of the most difficult areas to fully protect.
There is a wide range of heat and abrasion to take into account and also the material itself that is being handled and for how long a time period of contact.
We will be more than pleased to personally assist you in helping you determine the best mitts for your operation.
There are some features that are built into all our mitts that will give you extra protection and comfort. All our mitts are designed with a good fit. They have just enough room that air can circulate, because air space is a good insulator. Our mitts are made to be thrown off the hand in case of an extreme heat emergency. All mitts are sewed with a lock stitch and only Kevlar thread is used. We use only the finest quality and tested materials available today and keep abreast of new developments in the field.
We have listed an approximate heat guide of some popular cloths for your consideration.
|16 oz. Aluminized Rayon||350° - 450°F|
|19 oz. Aluminized Rayon||400° - 500°F|
|19 oz. Aluminized Kevlar||500° - 600°F|
|22 oz. Kevlar||500° - 600°F|
|14 oz. Balistic Kevlar||500° - 600°F|
|24 oz. Terry Kevlar||500° - 600°F|
|22 oz. P.B.I.||700° - 1000°F|
|45 oz. P.B.I.||700° - 1000°F|
|7 oz. Aluminized P.B.I.||700° - 1000°F|
|14 oz. Aluminized Carbon Kevlar||700°F|
|19 oz. Aluminized Carbon Kevlar||700°F|
|16 oz. Aluminized Fiberglass||700° - 900°F|
|26 oz. Fiberglass||700° - 1000°F|
|26 oz. Fiberglass Vertex||1200° - 1800°F|
|36 oz. Fiberglass Vertex||1200° - 1800°F|
|Stainless Steel Wire Mesh||1800° - 2000°F|