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Lincoln K2980 Premium MIG/Stick Welding Gloves (1 Pair)

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Lincoln K2980 Premium MIG/Stick Welding Gloves (1 Pair)


These Lincoln K2980 Premium MIG/Stick Welding Gloves are a premium combination of smooth leather and split grain cow hide. That provides this premium pair of gloves with the ultimate in comfort and performance. Interior lined with padded palm for increase comfort. Dual lined high wear areas for extended life. Sewn with Nomex for maximum seam strength. Extended wrist coverage and lining for extra protection.


Lincoln K2980 Premium MIG/Stick Welding Gloves Features


  • Light weight supple grain cowhide construction for optimal dexterity and durability
  • Strategically placed split cowhide reinforcements provides additional wear resistance
  • Flame Retardant Foam lining provides heat restiance and comfort
  • Soft Sweat absorbent twill lining for superior comfort, durability and dexterity
  • 5 Inch. Cuff for added Protection



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Benefits of Personal Protection Equipment

Welders are often exposed to hot slag, metal debris and intense heat when grinding or welding two sheets of metal. To protect your skin from damage, organizations such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) imposes minimum safety requirements on the type of safety equipment you need. For welding, this includes eye protection, jackets and gloves.
The higher the heat from the welding process, the thicker and more insulated your gloves need to be. Stick welding is the most common type of welding. It produces the most heat, sparks and splatter than TIG and MIG welding. Dexterity isn’t as important with stick welding as it is with TIG welding, so thick padding is beneficial.

Lincoln Electric Brand

Lincoln Electric is considered one of the world leaders in personal protection equipment. The company focuses on protecting its customers by producing quality products that last. Founded in 1885 by John C. Lincoln, Lincoln Electric started by producing electric motors.
Today, Lincoln Electric carries a wide range of products, including welding equipment, guns and torches, welding gear and cutting equipment. Affordable prices and maximum value make the Lincoln brand of welding gloves the perfect choice for individuals and companies. Gloves like the Lincoln K2980 premium stick welding gloves come in an array of sizes to fit most workers, and they can be combined with other protective gear to keep you up to industry standards.

Gloves for Stick Welding

Arc welding, or stick welding, requires a metal arc that creates a bond by using melted coated electrodes. These electrodes are heated to extreme temperatures to form liquid metal. Possible injury can occur to exposed skin when holding the welding equipment. For this reason, gloves designed specifically for welding are needed to keep your hands and forearms covered to prevent injury.
Most welding gloves sit high on the forearm to extend the protection. Cuffs are usually reinforced with aluminum backing to safeguard against burns if you accidentally touch the weld to your arm when working. Welding gloves are resistant to heat to prevent hardening of the leather and to extend the life of the equipment.

Choosing Materials for Longevity

Gloves for welding are usually made from pliable and thin leather like goatskin, elk skin, cowhide and pigskin. These Lincoln K2980 premium stick welding gloves are made from smooth leather and split-grain cowhide, which provides maximum sensitivity and better control when laying a weld or when picking up electrodes for the next job.
A flame-retardant foam lining provides added insulation between the welding gun and your hands, so you can hold the weld longer. The interior also absorbs sweat, so your hands stay comfortable and dry even through long jobs or outside in the heat.



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