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Glove Me Tender, Glove Me True

Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 17 10:50:56 EST 2000 | Dave F

Continuing on the the discussion of using gloves in a no-clean soldering environment: * Sure, some people use gloves when handling boards in a no-clean soldering environment * There may be some benefit to using gloves when no-clean soldering * Yo

Gloves

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 20 12:12:57 EST 2009 | kennyg

If gloves are used to handle a PCBA, wouldn't the glove material need to be conductive or dissapative rather than simply "anti static"? Gloves labeled as static free nitrile, latex or vinyl shouldn't be used to handle a PCBA?

gloves used for wave soldering and pallets

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 12:37:10 EDT 2007 | hussman

As long as your operator is grounded, a pair of welders gloves is fine. The leather kind do not build up static and do last a while. If the same pair of gloves is being used for dedrossing the wave, pay special attention to loose fitting gloves. I

gloves used for wave soldering and pallets

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 20 20:07:24 EDT 2007 | davef

As sources for heat resistant gloves, try: * National Safety Apparel * Radnor

Wave solder cleaning gloves

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 12:01:11 EST 2010 | pbarton

We use woven Kevlar gloves and gauntlets. Try Ansell or similar manufacturers. Pete B.

Wave solder cleaning gloves

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 16:36:04 EST 2010 | rkevin

The Ove Glove, Works great and is MUCH less expensive.

gloves used for wave soldering and pallets

Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 21 10:33:56 EDT 2007 | russ

we use welders gloves with cuffs. there are some other heat gloves out there as well, we like the durability of leather though Russ

Wave solder cleaning gloves

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 03 11:23:18 EST 2010 | kjs123p

I am just wondering what other people are using as far as gloves when cleaning the dross out of the wave solder pot. We currently are using welding gloves, but the operators say that they are too big and bulky. Does anyone have any suggestions on wh

Gloves for conformal coat masking

Electronics Forum | Wed May 19 19:41:12 EDT 2010 | jry74

Our employees use a knit style ESD glove when masking boards to prevent oils. They snag alot and bend leads and cause other problems. I have tried dipped palm but they are bulky and dont offer "feel". I tried a silky type but they had a huge seam

wearing of cotton gloves in production

Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 06 03:17:45 EDT 2006 | Slaine

we have more of a problem with transfer of salts from skin onto the products. Oils ect can be cleaned off in our solvent based cleaning system which we put everything through, but the only way to remove salts is with warm water. And we dont use a wat

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