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Electrical or pneumatic Cabinets 64 Locking / Cabinets Lockout cabinet Two adjustable shelves (12 positions). Locked CATU Electrical Safety. Search in CATU catalogs and technical brochures on DirectIndustry and find the information you need in 1 click. From this standpoint, CATU is fully committed to supporting you in these changes . Firstly, with many new products designed and produced by our teams for you.
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Now more than ever, working safely is essential for all professionals in the electrical industry. In Europe and in the rest of the world, new clearances allow a larger population of people to perform electrical and non-electrical work on or around installations and structures, in compliance with prevention rules.
This major change, supports better risk analysis and strict adherence to the supervision chain, in order to further improve operator safety. From this standpoint, CATU is fully committed to supporting you in these changes.
Firstly, with many new products designed and produced by our teams for you. Next, with a completely redesigned catalogue that focuses on our products, their functions, and their use.
Finally, with new educational tools, including our convenient guides that provide simple catallgue helpful information. It’s time to work with lasting catalogie, and we are here to help you, the Pros! V distribution Rescue hook Complete equipment for live line LV interventions The object of the IEC is to promote international cooperation on all questions concerning standardization in the electrical fields.
This resulted in regional or national working on specific standards without coordination. IEC standards were developed according to a consensus procedure and approved by recognized body.
They provide an adequate answer at worldwide 214. The IEC standard presents benefits to all parties involved: CATU Shows its innovation ability for the welfare of the electrical world. PPE are defined as any device or means intended to be worn or held by one person to protect itself against one or several risks liable to threaten its safety or its security.
Collective protective equipment for preventing electrical hazards contains all the products that close off the hazard by: CPE must comply with the standards in force.
PPE within the framework of electrical safety recommendations.
In practice, they define: Protection against UV radiation and ejections of solid particles. Anti-scratch, 20144 and anti-chemical product cau. Grilamid frame Delivered in storage bag. Do not use for welding operations. Polycarbonate lens and frame with a panoramic field of vision.
Face shield MO Protective screen that can be used without a helmet. Protection against electric arcs of short-circuits. Face catalovue adjustable on MO helmet. Acetate face shield ABS helmet Safety industrial helmet. Standard sizes 53 to Leather trim 21 cm along the inside for added comfort.
Multiple adjustments for a perfect fit headband. Safety chin strap Side slots for mounting hearing protection. Size from 53 to 62 cm. Lightweight with a comfort lining. Built-in cushion for optimum ventilation.
Adjustable size from 53 to 63 cm.
Designed to tear if hooked. Electrical isolation V. Head fit adjustment by milled wheel. Panoramic face shield in non-scratch and anti-mist polycarbonate. Adjusting the height position. Chinstrap with Velcro fastening.
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Light wiring for a wide, short-distance beam or a long-range directional beam, or a combination of the two for optimal lighting. Adhesive clip supplied to attach to helmet or shield.
The external cau 4-pack can be carried in a pocket or around the waist.
Power by 1 cataloguf Lighting current for a wide, short distance bean, or a long-range directional, or the combination of the two for 1 flash mode. Insulating gloves offer personal protection against electrical shocks when working on or near live wires. As a result, they undergo various voltage, ageing, and mechanical testing. The gloves are individually tested and sold catakogue a sealed plastic bag. All our gloves provide greater comfort and hygiene when used. Glove Types, Classes, and Categories There are 2 main types of insulating gloves: They must be used with leather glove covers for mechanical protection.
They eliminate the need for overgloves. Ergonomic shape With an ergonomic shape our 20114 are suitable for any type of hand and are soft and supple which allows good dexterity. Iec live working symbol. Voltage level used Product reference on type examination certificate. Symbol appears only on mechanical gloves. Any category combination may be used. Inspection and Storage of Insulating Gloves All insulating gloves must cahu visible inspected after inflation and before each use.
Normal testing periods are between 30 and 90 days. For Classes 0 and The tests consist of an air inflation test and a visual inspection when the glove is inflated.
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The dielectric test is not required, but it may be performed at the owner’s request. For Classes 1, 2, 3, and 4: Even when in storage, a glove should An inspection of the inside of the gloves is also recommended.
Gloves should be stored in their packaging, without being compressed cafalogue folded. Check your gloves size page ASTM Insulating Rubber Gloves Insulating rubber gloves offer personal protection against electrical shocks when working on or near live wires.
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The acceptance levels for mechanical tests are stricter. Our gloves are made of rubber especially treated to cath high dielectric characteristics and they are individually tested and sold in an individual packaging. PPE – CPE Insulating rubber gloves Mechanical gloves Insulating gloves with higher mechanical properties for working in full safety without leather overgloves. Orange outside, natural inside. Checking is done by inflating and immersing in water. Gloves box Specially designed for protecting insulating gloves.
Can be fixed on wall. The transparent cover enables to check gloves presence.
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Overgloves Silicon grain leather, very flexible. Mechanical and electric arc protection. Silicon goat grain leather. Large protective cuff in chrome tanned hide. See the conversion table page 24 for the correct size based on the insulated glove. They bring the best held, hygiene and a greater comfort. Mittens Cotton mittens, limit the effects of perspiration and its fingerless gloves shape allowing to keep the maximum of dexterity.
Fingerless gloves shape allowing to keep the maximum of dexterity. Adapted to a temporary and frequent use. Can be used on footwear. Insulating boots Provide electrical insulation protecting “step voltages. MV Shoes with polyurethane rod and antibacterial lining, ventilated 3D mesh neighborhoods. Safety shoes with insulating sole for indoor controlled environment Ankle protection. MV Low shoes with anti-bacterial and calendered nonwoven lining waterproof leather upper.
Elastomer, they are used to cover the ground for the electrical protection of operators during work or interventions on electrical installations. Actalogue area showing the date of first use and periodic testing date. Do not bend insulating mats. Do not store or use close to excessive heat. Do not expose to direct sunlight for long period. Before use Visually inspected by the user.