SHELBY STRUCTURAL FIRE FIGHTING GLOVES - 5282G
Design & Construction:
Glove shall be a gunn cut pattern with wing thumb and wrap around index finger. Lining is completely sewn S.E.F. Modacrylic, laminated to Gore RT7100 Glove Barrier Fabric. This creates a strong thermally stable, non-cracking/flaking one-piece liner/barrier system. All seams are sealed with a DuPont silicone sealant, which ensures that liquids do not come in contact with the hand or hand area. The one-piece lining is permanently sewn to the glove shell in the area of the fingertips and wrist. This proven attachment method eliminates the opportunity for lining pullouts & creates a uniform, inside lining even after repeated use in fire fighting conditions. The glove body shall extend 2” above the wrist crease & shall have a shirred elastic snuggler at the wrist.
Outer Shell: Heavy Weight, Fire Retardant, Heat Resistant 3.50 to 4.0 oz., Split Elk hide.
Thermal Liner: 8 oz. S.E.F. Modacrylic Fleece Laminated to Gore RT7100 Glove Barrier Fabric.
Protective Barrier: Gore (PTFE) RT7100 Glove Barrier Fabric. This barrier fabric is combined (laminated) to the thermal liner. The breathable barrier/ thermal liner glove system is individually graded and produced in as many sizes as glove sizes. The barrier/thermal liner glove systems are sized proportional to human hand sizes.
Wristlet: Not required on #5282G Gauntlet Style.
Thread: Sewn with high burst Strength Kevlar (30/5) lock stitch, 8-10 stitches per inch
Hanger Loop: ¼” fire retardant, Split Cowhide, Hanger Loop
Label: Label shall be Permanently Attached to each glove and certifies the glove meets or exceeds the requirements of the latest NFPA 1971 standard. Label shall be durable and include the following information: name or designation of manufacture; model; name or style number; lot or serial number; size; date of certification tests; patent numbers; cleaning and care instructions. Label to be sewn to inside of glove. Glove is constructed, tested and labeled in accordance with the NFPA Standard on Protective Ensemble for Structural Fire Fighting, NFPA 1971. The glove is certified by the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI)
Origin: Made in U.S.A.