Kevlar(R) Gloves have low rate of electrical conductivity.

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305KWL wool-lined, heavyweight Kevlar(R) terrycloth gloves protect against temperatures up to 900 deg F. Safety gloves provide protection from burns in addition to cut resistance. Their full virgin wool lining is naturally flame-resistant, offers extra insulation, and absorbs perspiration from skin. Kevlar will not melt, burn, or support combustion; is self-extinguishing; and does not shrink when exposed to high heat.



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Heat-Resistant Kevlar(R) Heavyweight Gloves And Mitts From Wells Lamont Protect Against Temperatures Up To 900*F



Wells Lamont, leader in heat-resistant glove solutions, offers its wool-lined, heavyweight Kevlar(R) terrycloth glove (305KWL) to protect against temperatures as high as 900°F. Ideal for automotive, foundry, plastics and other industries, safety gloves with Kevlar(R) provide protection from burns in addition to the cut resistance normally associated with the fiber. The full virgin wool lining is naturally flame-resistant, offers extra insulation and absorbs perspiration from the skin, preventing hands from feeling clammy.

Kevlar(R) will not melt, bum or support combustion, is self-extinguishing, does not shrink when exposed to high heat and has a low rate of electrical conductivity. With the natural protective qualities of its high-loop structure, Kevlar(R) terry thus offers workers a wide range of hand protection.

Heat- and cut-resistant Kevlar(R) gloves are part of Wells Lamont's complete line of more than 70 heat-resistant gloves, including a metallic knit/Kevlar(R) mitt that protects against extreme temperatures up to 1800°F. The full heat-resistant line includes all weights of terrycloth gloves, mitts and sleeves, cotton canvas hot mills and double palms, and a line of baker's mitts, gloves and pads.

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