Custom Welding Gloves Manufacturer in China
A welding glove is used to keep the welder’s hand from hazards. It enables digit articulation while keeping the operator from heat, radiation, and electric shock. This hand-protective equipment can also provide excellent resistance to abrasion and improved grip.
Aibon is a professional welding glove manufacturer in China with more than ten years of experience. We use high-quality materials that are nonconductive, strong, and can dissipate well with heat. These could ensure gloves with the highest level of protection.
At Aibon, you can find the best hand-protective gloves for welding made of different materials. You can also select custom and standard sizes, thicknesses, colors, and features. Please send us your drawings now! Our expert team can do the rest for you, from designing and manufacturing to shipping.
Types of Welding Gloves
It is commonly fabricated from the hides of pigs, cows, and goats. These gloves can provide an excellent sensitivity of fingers with sufficient protection.
Our protective gloves for MIG welding provide a high level of protection with dexterity. It is commonly made of deer, pig, and cowhides.
Aibon stick welding gloves are manufactured from elk and cowhides. Therefore, this is the most durable type of glove for welding.
- Thin yet durable
- Greater mobility
- Soft and thin
- Manufactured from younger goat’s skin
- Can handle sharp materials
- Protects against hazardous chemicals
- Heat-, fire-, cut-resistant
- Combined with many different materials to make a finished product.
Why Choose Aibon Welding Gloves
- Additional Leather: This feature can combat the high level of failure.
- Double Stitched: Increases the welding glove’s lifespan and flexibility.
- Insulation: Made of foam, aluminized, and fleece liner for excellent hand protection.
- Comfortable: Our welding gloves come in a universal size.
Aibon welding gloves are manufactured in accordance with BS EN12477 standards. This specification provides complete recommendations with respect to the following:
- Burn behavior
Factors to Consider When Choosing Welding Gloves
All welding processes such as MIG, TIG, and SMAW can create different heat levels. TIG welding can produce lower heat. So, thinner gloves can be used.
When it comes to the MIG, it can produce more heat. Therefore, suitable gloves for this job should have more material layers.
On the other hand, the SMAW process produces a high level of heat, and dexterity is required. Therefore, suitable gloves must have a combination of versatility and heat-resistant.
Most hand-protective gloves for welding use animal skins for the outer layer. The thickest material is cowhide, ideal for MIG welding but hard for TIG. However, the goatskin material has a different heat level of protection compared to leather. But it is versatile and ideal for TIG welding.
Heat-resistant welding gloves are very important for welding work. Adding extra layers can increase its resistance to heat.
Heat resistance determines the gloves’ longevity in contact with heat. Welding gloves usually resist short-term contact with heated metals of 2,000°F.