We should all be familiar with gloves. We often wear them in our daily life. There are many kinds of gloves. Today's small knitting of labor protection gloves will give users a brief introduction on how to choose protective gloves and how to carry out appearance inspection. Let's have a look.
There are many kinds of protective gloves, which should be selected according to the protection function. First, the object of protection should be defined, and then carefully selected. Such as acid and alkali resistant gloves, there are strong acid (alkali) resistant, only low concentration acid (alkali) resistant, organic solvents and chemical reagents are different. Therefore, it can not be used indiscriminately to avoid accidents.
The waterproof, acid and alkali resistant gloves should be carefully checked before use to see if there is any damage on the surface. The simple method is to blow air into the glove, pinch the sleeve mouth with hand, and observe whether there is air leakage. If there is air leakage, it can not be used. Rubber, plastic and other protective gloves should be washed clean and dried after use. High temperature should be avoided during storage, and talcum powder should be sprinkled on the products to prevent adhesion.
Insulating gloves should be regularly inspected for electrical insulation performance, and those that do not meet the requirements cannot be used. The product will be damaged due to early contact with chromic acid and strong oxidation. High concentration of strong oxidizing acid can even cause burning loss, so it should be observed. Latex industrial gloves are only suitable for weak acid, low concentration sulfuric acid and various salts, and shall not contact with strong oxidizing acid (nitric acid, etc.).
The following appearance inspection shall be carried out before use:
(1) whether the insulating gloves meet the requirements of the regulations.
(2) whether the insulating gloves are in good condition and whether the surface is damaged and clean; Dust should be wiped clean; Damaged and carbon printed ones shall not be used.
(3) the insulating gloves are rubber products, and shall not have defects such as trauma, crack, loophole, bubble, burr, scratch, etc. if any defect is found, it shall be stopped using and replaced in time.
(4) check whether the voltage level of the insulating gloves is consistent with that of the analog operating equipment, and the voltage level of the insulating gloves shall be equal to or higher than that of the analog operating electrical equipment.