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Our electrical glove testing professionals specialize in OSHA Compliance and NFPA 70E Compliance for manufacturing, construction, and general industry professionals. 

Electrical gloves are made for both low-voltage and high-voltage applications. Appleton Glove Testing performs voltage-rated glove testing on rubber insulated gloves that fall under any of the six different categories of voltage rated gloves:

  • Class 00: Maximum use AC voltage of 500 volts
  • Class 0: Maximum use AC voltage of 1,000 volts
  • Class 1: Maximum use AC voltage of 7,500 volts
  • Class 2: Maximum use AC voltage of 17,000 volts
  • Class 3: Maximum use AC voltage of 26,500 volts
  • Class 4: Maximum use AC voltage of 36,000 volts

Rubber Glove Testing

Our electrical glove testing process involves multiple steps to ensure OSHA and NFPA 70E compliance. 

  1. Gloves are washed and dried.                 
  2. Gloves are inflated and visually inspected for defects. Any visual failures are recorded and stamped.     
  3. Gloves with no visual failures are filled with water and electrically tested using the industry standard AC current. Failures are pulled, recorded, and stamped, and the remaining gloves are tested a second time.      
  4. Gloves are dried and a final inspection is performed                  

Loaner Voltage-Rated Gloves

To prevent downtime and service disruptions, we can supply you with loaner voltage-rated gloves for $3/pair while your gloves are being tested. You will be charged full price for lost or damaged loaner gloves. Should your gloves fail a test, you may purchase the replacement gloves if needed.