- Meets EN511 standard against cold transmitted by convection or conduction up to -50 degree C
- Provides full wet and dry thermal protection when working with liquid nitrogen.
- Four layers of material provide maximum insulation from extreme cold
- Applications include working with liquid nitrogen and extreme cold applications
- Silicone palms will not crack or stiffen, even in temperatures as low as -250 degree F (-160 degree C)
Superior 645CRYO Polyester/Polyurethane Silicone Coated Palm Cryogenic Glove, Cryogenic, Chemical Resistant, Black (Pack of 1 Pair)
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Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Brand Name||Superior Glove Works|
|Material||Polyester , Polyurethane , Silicone|
|Special Features||Chemical Resistant|
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Superior Glove extreme cold cyrogenic glove. Silicone coated palm, Porelle waterproof liner, and Thinsulate LiteLoft. Superior's Cryogenie extreme-cold cryogenic glove offers full hand protection specifically for working with liquid nitrogen. Frostbite occurs mainly when touching surfaces that have been cooled by cryogenic liquids, and the best hand protection in this scenario is a glove that provides insulation and has a loose fit. Our gloves protect against both contact injury and splash, and can be easily removed. They feature a silicone-coated palm, which has the added benefit of excellent grip in extreme temperatures; this material will not crack and remains flexible even at -250 degree F (-160 degree C). Four layers of material provide the high degree of insulation required for working in such extremes: an outer layer of silicone on the palm, combined with back/glove body made from a triple layer of tough polyester/polyurethane/polyester; two middle layers consisting of Porelle waterproof liner, to protect against splash of cryogenic liquids and Thinsulate LiteLoft (the highest thermal weight-efficiency available in a synthetic); and a final inside layer of cotton jersey for softness and comfort against the hand. Meets EN511 standards for extreme cold protection. One size.
Top customer reviews
These cryogenic gloves, made for handling liquid nitrogen, have a rather strange fit to them, and are not suitable as outdoor winter work gloves. They only come in one size, "L", and are really only suitable for people wearing a size "L" or smaller. I usually wear a size "XL" to accommodate a wide palm with short, size "L" fingers, and a size "XL" thumb. The thumb on these gloves is a size "L", and the finger length could fit a size "XX". The lack of slack between the thumb and middle finger, means that for me, a few hours of snow shoveling would likely rip out the stitching at the base of the thumb. For me, these gloves would be great for clearing snow and slush off my car, without having to worry about cold water seeping in over time, but the extra finger insulation is uncomfortable and painful in that it pushes wide open the space at the base of your fingers, and keeps your fingers separated. These gloves are a specialty item for short term use while handling liquid nitrogen containers. Because they only come in a size "L", they are too small for anyone wearing a size "XL" or "XX". Myself, even if I wore size "L" gloves, I could not use them long term as work gloves, snow shoveling gloves, ski gloves, snowmobiling gloves, or snow blower gloves. I gave these gloves a rating of three stars.
Construction: Ski-Dri2(tm) WATERPROOF AND BREATHABLE MEMBRANE (porvairinternational.com); Thinsulate Supreme INSULATION 150 gram (3M.com/Thinsulate); porelle® WATERPROOF AND BREATHABLE. (No care or cleaning instructions available.)
Made by Superior Glove Works, Ltd., 36 Vimy Street, Acton, ON L7J 1S1, Canada; Phone: +1.519.853.1920; U.S. Contact: Toll Free: 1.877.295.5911; Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; Superior Glove Works, Ltd., 3605 California Road, Orchard Park, New York 14127. Made in China.