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Rubber Insulat ing Gloves & Sleeves – 2650
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September 2012
Phone: 573-682-5521 Email: hpsliterature@hubbell.com Web: hubbellpowersystems.com
Rubber Glove Inspection Tips
Checking or
cracks due to
UV or ozone
Splits, cuts or
holes from
snags and
punctures
Grooves
worn due to
rope burns
or heat
exposure
Weak creases
resulting from
being left too
long inside
out or folded
“Blooms” or
“swells” from
chemicals, oils
Don’t!
• Wear jewelry or sharp objects when using rubber gloves
or sleeves
• Wear damaged gloves or sleeves
• Store gloves or sleeves inside out, folded, or ways
causing stretching or compression
• Store gloves or sleeves near sources of UV, Ozone or
heat
• Allow gloves or sleeves to contact petroleum-based
products (oil, gas, solvent, hand creams)
Electrical
puncture
Straight fingers relative
to palm
help prevent
fatigue of tendons
in back of hands
Reduce Hand Fatigue
with Chance
®
Rubber Gloves
Oval-shaped fingers help provide
“No-Dead-Spots” feel & better
dexterity
Natural
rubber
formula
provides
excellent
flexibility &
electrical
insulation
ASTM label assures every glove has been made & tested to
ASTM D120
Straight wrist
in natural rest
position helps
avoid fatiguing
forearms
& hands
Wide cuff
for improved
comfort &
air-flow
Do!
• Follow company work procedures and safety rules
• Inspect gloves and sleeves daily for damage
• Wear proper leather protectors over rubber gloves
• Wash gloves or sleeves with mild soap and rinse
thoroughly with water
• Let gloves or sleeves air dry at room temperature or less
than 120° F (49° C)
• Store gloves and sleeves in a protective bag