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HONEYWELL GROUP

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HONEYWELL UPER WELDER SPLIT LEATHER CUFF SZ 10

INVENTORY CODE

520BCN2054044

HAND & ARM

WELDING GLOVES

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WORKSAFE WORKING GLOVES

ITEM NAME

WORKSAFE LEATHER WELDING GLOVES - FREE SIZE

INVENTORY CODE

520WSWG112GS10

HAND & ARM

WELDING GLOVES

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SG 2,645 PAIR

SGD $5.00

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SG 2,645 PAIR

Pair

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Protect Yourself with Welding Gloves From SafetySam

Any welder worth their weight would know that welding gloves are definitely a must while carrying out any type of welding work. The welding process creates heat, sparks and spatter which can potentially give you burns if you are unprotected on the job. 

Choosing The Right Welding Glove 

1. Type of Welding

There are several types of welding gloves made with different materials and with varying thickness. Be sure to pick the right pair of welding gloves based on the type of welding that you will be doing. If there are going to be less sparks during welding, you can pick a thinner glove. Similarly, if you are going to be welding for an extended period of time, you might need a pair of gloves that offers you the flexibility to be precise with hand movements.

2. Glove Material 

Leather is the optimum material for welding gloves as it is non-conductive and dissipates heat well. Goatskin offers good dexterity and can remain soft and comfortable with multiple uses whereas pigskin is preferred in wet and oily conditions. 

Other than protecting your hand, dexterity is key when it comes to picking a pair of welding gloves. You wouldn’t want to be protected from burns but unable to carry out your job due to an overly stiff or thick glove. 

Browse through our online catalogue for our full range of welding gloves and other safety equipment today.