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ElectricPro Conductive Suit - High Voltage Shielding Clothing

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Item: High Voltage Shielding Clothing
Item No.: BP-PBF-500KV
Description: The two-piece conductive suit is made of a blend of metal fiber and aramid fiber. It applies to the protection for live-line work on the electric equipment below high voltage of 500KV. Meet the standard of GB/T6568-2008.
It is born of a need to let the lineman get closer to his work. The clothing is bonded to the conductor, placing the lineman within the field of electricity, not as a conductor himself but insulated, and allows him to work with his hand on the conductor hardware. Thus, transmission line maintenance efficiency and effectiveness are advanced without endangering the lineman and without interrupting customer service.


Conductive Gloves
Item No.: BP-SB-DDST
It should be worn together with 500KV
high voltage shielding suit.

Cut-resistant and Conductive Gloves
It should be worn together with 500KV
high voltage shielding suit.


Conductive Socks
Item No.: BP-ZB-DDW
It should be worn together with 500KV
high voltage shielding suit.


Conductive Shoes
Item No.: BP-ZB-DDX
It should be worn together with 500KV
high voltage shielding suit.

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