Sibille, Beige Latex Coated Work Gloves, Size 11

  • RS Stock No. 918-2283
  • Mfr. Part No. GLE36-3/11
  • Manufacturer Sibille
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): FR
Product Details


Glove Class 3, Category RC


EN 60 903:2003 et CEI 60 903:2002PPE Category III = Irreversible risks

Sibille GLE36 3 Insulating Electricians Gloves

The Sibille reusable work gloves are a natural colour, high-quality, latex material for electricians making up a part of your personal protection equipment. This insulating safety work glove made from non-conductive natural rubber combines high dielectric and high strength grip with excellent electrical resistance. Capable of working voltage to 26500 V ac, and is tested to 40000 V ac this Class 3 safety glove is capable of withstanding high voltages whilst still holding its core properties. This work glove is anatomically shaped, flexible and durable offering maximum comfort and superior performance. A specially formulated exterior coating helps to ensure a positive grip in wet conditions and is to slip on and off. Each pair is electrically tested to meet standards.

Features and Benefits

  • Designed specifically for electrical safety on applications up to 26500V

  • Premium quality thick latex construction with an excellent grip

  • Gauntlet design offers additional protection around the hand for easy working

  • Recommended to use a leather glove for mechanical protection

  • Durable and long-lasting work gloves that withstand knocks and scrapes

  • Class 3 are proof tested to 40000V, but maximum working use of 26500V

  • Certified EN60903 that offers the highest level of protection

  • Size 11 Gloves

  • Length of a glove is 36cm

Typical Applications

Electrical insulating gloves can be used both in indoor and outdoor working environments:

  • Construction

  • Utility

  • Emergency services

  • Engineering and manufacture

  • Electrical maintenance

  • Installations Wiring


Do these gloves need to be tested?

Electrical gloves need to be tested twice a year to ensure they are protecting you against low, medium and high voltages. Ensure to check the stamped dates on the gloves.

How to ensure gloves are fit for use?

It is important to air test these gloves before using to check for any holes as it could be dangerous. This can be done by blowing air into the glove and trapping it inside if no air leaks out then the glove is safe to use.


IEC 60903
EN 388:2016

Attribute Value
Glove Size 11
Primary Glove Application Electrical
Glove Material Latex
Main Colour of Glove Beige
Glove Coating Latex
Number of Gloves 2
7 In stock for delivery within 5 working days
Price 1 Pair
SGD 173.59
(exc. GST)
SGD 185.74
(inc. GST)
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