Leather Protector Gloves should always be worn over Insulating Rubber Gloves to provide the needed mechanical protection against cuts, abrasions and punctures. The ILP Series is manufactured from top grain cowhide or goatskin. Cowhide cuffs are tough leather on palm side and orange vinyl on the back, while the goatskin cuffs are green leather on palm side and orange vinyl on back. The ILP10 gloves do not have a cuff. Full complement of styles from low-volt through 16” contour cuff. C omes in dual sizes 7/7.5 through 11/11.5 and 12. Protectors for Class 00 and 0 are available with non-metallic buckle and pull strap or elastic wrist. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to specify the overall length of the protector gloves. The Clearance Table shows the minimum distance which shall be allowed between the top of the protector glove cuff and the top end of the bead of the rubber glove per ASTM F496 Specifications.
WARNING: Do not use leather protectors alone for protection against electric shock. Serious injury or death will result. Always use proper insulating rubber gloves.
Proper care of leather protectors is essential to user safety. Inspect the leather protectors when inspecting rubber gloves. Metal particles, imbedded wire, abrasive materials or any substance that could physically damage the rubber gloves must be removed from the protector before use.