Heat-resistant gloves are used to protect the user from high temperatures within the workplace. At Integrity, we sell two different styles of heat-resistant gloves.
What is the difference?
Our ESD Heat Resistant Gloves are perfect to use within an EPA. They allow for greater dexterity, making handling smaller items much easier. With an ISO 6 classification they are ideal for use in an EPA areas for jobs such as soldering providing excellent protection against high temperatures.
Our Silicone Heat Resistant Gloves are heavy-duty and cleanroom compatible. Although less dextrous they can endure higher levels of heat and are classified for use in cleanrooms upwards of ISO 4. These gloves are not suitable for use within an EPA.
Both gloves are highly effective and offer the user premium resistance. The significant difference is where they can be used; our Silicone Heat Resistant Gloves should be used in cleanrooms where high protection both from heat and contamination is needed, while our ESD Heat Resistant Gloves should be used in EPA’s where the user is handling ESD sensitive materials.