The natural latex base offers excellent dielectric properties. The thicker the glove, the higher the electrical resistance. The ergonomic design increases comfort, provides more softness and allows the glove to be put on and taken off very easily.

Insulating gloves are one of the most important items of PPE for work in the electrical sector. They are the first line of defence against contact with any live component or cable.


Electricity production, transport, transformation and distribution, railways, telecommunications, construction, industrial maintenance, photovoltaic panels, batteries for hybrid and electric cars, etc.


It is recommended that the insulating gloves are worn together with a suitable leather overglove to provide mechanical protection against abrasion, cuts, tears and punctures.


Average tensile strength: ≥16 MPa
Average elongation at break: ≥600%
Puncture resistance: ≥18N/mm
Tension set: ≤15%
Resistance to very low temperatures: the gloves are conditioned for 24h at ‑40 °C ±3 °C.
Flame propagation test: a flame is applied to the end of a finger for 10 seconds.

Class: 00/0/1/2/3/4
Sizes: 7/8/9/10/11/12
Length: 360 - 410 - 460 cm

Recommended sizes 9 10 11
Contour cm (measured with the hand closed) 21 24 26

EN 60903:2003
IEC 60903:2014

Ref. Class Thickness
(mm) máx.
Categories Working voltage
(V) máx.  
Proof test voltage
(V) máx.  
Withstand voltage
(V) máx.  
GDS-25 T9
GDS-25 T10
00 0,7 7
360 AZC 500 V AC 2.500 V AC 5.000 V AC
GDS-50 T9
GDS-50 T10
0 1,0 280 - 360
410 - 460
AZC 1.000 V AC 5.000 V AC 10.000 V AC
GDS-10 T9
GDS-10 T10
1 1,6 360 RC 7.500 V AC 10.000 V AC 20.000 V AC
GDS-20 T9
GDS-20 T10
2 2,3 RC 17.000 V AC 20.000 V AC 30.000 V AC
GDS-30 T9
GDS-30 T10
GDS-30 T11
3 2,9 RC 26.500 V AC 30.000 V AC 40.000 V AC
GDS-40 T10
GDS-40 T11
4 3,8 410 RC 36.000 V AC 40.000 V AC 50.000 V AC

Key to letters in categories: A: Acid / Z: Ozone / H: Oil / C: Very low temperature / R: A+Z+H