ELECTRICAL INSULATING GLOVE

Product code: 2074

£ 33.79

Description

Made from non-conductive natural rubber, combining high dielectric and physical strength to offer excellent electrical resistance. Certified to EN60903, they offer the highest level of electrical protection available. Every pair is electrically tested to meet the requirements of the standard prior to release for sale. No gloves of classes 1, 2, 3 and 4 should be used unless they have been tested within a maximum period of six months. The tests include air inflation to check for air leaks, a visual inspection while pressurized and a dielectric test in accordance with EN60903. For classes 00 and 0, a check for air leaks and a visual inspection may be considered adequate, however am routine dielectric test may be performed at the owner’s request. 36CM in Length.

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At SMI we pride ourselves on customer service and, to that end, our returns policy is very simple. First and foremost, your point of contact for all returns is your regular customer services representative and if for any reason they are unavailable, any member of the Customer Service team would be delighted to assist you. Defective goods (branded or non-branded) must be reported to your customer service representative within three working days of receipt of delivery for either credit or replacement. Non-branded and non-defective goods may be returned for credit within 30 days of receipt. In addition, all returns MUST : First be agreed with a member of the customer service team. Be accompanied by the relevant returns paperwork and by your original order number. Be suitably repackaged to avoid damage in transit (if in doubt, please ask the Customer Service team). Be marked ‘For Attention Of Goods In Department’ and sent to the address provided. Be received in resaleable condition if non-defective – ie unworn, clean and with original packaging. Additional Notes: Non-delivery must be notified in writing 10 days from receipt of invoice. SMI can collect any Goods for Return for a universal charge of £9.95 which would be deducted from the senders credit value.