Cleanroom Safe ESD Hot Gloves

Have static protection and heat protection up to 572° F in a clean room compatible glove with the high temperature Nomex® gloves.

The FG series Nomex® gloves are designed for printed circuit board, hybrid circuit, semiconductor and other processes that require handling objects at elevated temperatures without compromising cleanliness or potential damage to static discharge. The full length 16” gloves allow you to have static control and significant heat protection in one cleanroom compatible glove.

Specifications:

  • Face fabric: 99% Nomex® and 1% carbon yarn.
  • The gloves resist 572° F (300° C) according to ASTM F 1050 Modified. Independent testing is available. (The melting temperature of Nomex® is 450 ℃)
  • Composition: 9% Nomex®(face side)+1% Conductive Yarn.
  • Electrical: < 10 x ^10

Application and Usage
Semiconductor, SMT Assembly, Disk Drive. Applications that require thermal glove protection, static and contamination control. Available in two convenient lengths.

Heat Protection

The gloves are made with Dupont Nomex®, an inherently flame resistant, high-temperature fiber that will not melt, drip or support combustion in air. The heat protection is enhanced with a 100% inner insulating tricot knit polyester fabric liner. The gloves resist 300° C according to ASTM F 1050 Modified. Independent testing is available on request. Nomex is fabric is made into Firefighter suits and specified by NASA for refueling and reloading operations.

ESD Protection

The FG series gloves provide superior ESD protection because conductive carbon threads are combined with the Nomex fabric to provide uniform static decay rates. Typical surface resistance is less than 10^7 ohms per ANSI/ESD SP15.1

Cleanroom Safe

The FG Gloves are constructed with continuous monofilament Nomex® woven fabric suffused with carbon fiber that is compatible for use in controlled environments. Few materials exist in filament forms that satisfy both OSHA requirements for safety and cleanroom requirements for non-linting. The gloves are in the dissipative range and provide ESD protection.