DEKO Welding Gloves Blue 14 inch Leather Forge Heat Resistant Welding Glove for Mig, Tig Welder, BBQ, Furnace, Camping, Stove, Fireplace and More
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On the tag within the glove, the following information is listed The DEKOPRO has the reference A. High school diploma This item is 8018, GUANTES, and it's made in The C factor is 100%. It is my hope that you will find the information you need from that. These gloves are good for welding around the house, and they are more than adequate for the task. Despite this, I am unsure if they would hold up in an industrial environment. Having worked in the welding industry for a couple of years, I think the inner liner would probably not last under that kind of pressure and sweat. It would have been great to post the photo I took of the tag, but apparently Amazon only allows videos It may be better for me to stop reviewing items. I love this
They fit a little loosely on my hands though the liner is silky smooth and allows your hands to slip right in they still manage to protect my hands.
Selected User Reviews For DEKO Welding Gloves Blue 14 inch Leather Forge Heat Resistant Welding Glove for Mig, Tig Welder, BBQ, Furnace, Camping, Stove, Fireplace and More
For my smoker, I bought these to use with a cast iron skillet that I am using as a chip pan. It's good enough to quickly pull the pan out and place it on some bricks next to my smoker to reload the As I could feel the heat through the gloves just doing this (a smoker should never exceed 250F in temperature) while it is perfect for me, I do not suspect you will want to use this device for welding with real heat. This method is great for moving hot items quickly.
Those gloves are fashionable and well insulated - I love them. When I put wood in our wood stove, I use these metal tongs and they work well. The three pairs I have are all black. There are plenty of great games out there, but this one beats them all!.
Compared to other welding gloves, these are a little lightweight. In addition, if you need to protect against incidental contact with a hot surface or if you're a TIG welder, these gloves give great As we use these to remove items from heat treatment furnaces, incidental contact with the furnace walls is the extent of protection nevertheless, they're a very good product.
I am satisfied with the quality of the manufacture. do wear out quicker since they are not sewed with Kevlar thread, so they do not last as long as thicker, better-made This would be a good alternative to a high-priced service.
bought a few pairs of these gloves to give to the welders on my job site. They were not impressed. After a couple of days of use, they said the stitching had come apart. This space between the thumb and index finger was typically the weakest point. This is where they started coming undone and created an open space, leaving the hand susceptible to injury.
One of the guys didn't notice it and some welding slag got inside the glove, burning his hand. Overall, these gloves are a good price but I would not recommend them for use in a construction setting since the quality is lacking. It may be okay for BBQing and cooking pizzas in a brick oven, but they're probably not useful for welding or torch work.
When you put wood into your wood stove, you might want to wear these gloves.
My hands are always safe with this.