Rubber goods are stocked untested at Arnett. Date stamp is applied if acceptance test is passed.
Rubber testing to NAIL4PET, OSHA 1910.137 & ASTM D1048, F479, F1236 standards available with additional cost.
Class 4 Orange Rubber Insulated Blanket. Salisbury’s Type II SALCOR® Blankets are of the highest quality available today. They will hold their color and flexibility, and will maintain physical properties and dielectric strength, required by ASTM standard, in the field longer than any other blanket on the market. All Salisbury blankets comply with ASTM D1048 specifications.
General Care & Inspection of Rubber Goods:
Type I Natural (non-ozone resistant) and Type II SALCOR synthetic rubber (resistant to ozone) both provide electrical workers with the highest level of electrical insulating protection. However, in order to maintain this level of protection and ensure long life, it is essential that rubber goods are properly cared for. Before each use, rubber goods should be visually inspected for holes, embedded wires, rips or tears, ozone cutting, UV checking and signs of chemical deterioration. For additional information, refer to ASTM F1236, standard guide for visual inspection of electrical protective rubber products.
Salisbury part#: 1212YLV
Arnett part#: S-1212YLV
|OSHA 1910.137: TABLE I-5 RUBBER INSULATING EQUIPMENT, TEST INTERVALS|
|When to test|
|Rubber insulating line hose||Upon indication that insulating value is suspect and after repair.|
|Rubber insulating covers||Upon indication that insulating value is suspect and after repair.|
|Rubber insulating blankets||Before first issue and every 12 months thereafter; 1 upon indication that insulating value is suspect; and after repair.|
|Rubber insulating gloves||Before first issue and every 6 months thereafter; 1 upon indication that insulating value is suspect; after repair; and after use without protectors.|
|Rubber insulating sleeves||Before first issue and every 12 months thereafter; 1 upon indication that insulating value is suspect; and after repair.|
1 If the insulating equipment has been electrically tested but not issued for service, the insulating equipment may not be placed into service unless it has been electrically tested within the previous 12 months.
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