Welding Gauntlets & Protective Gloves

We stock a wide range of Welding Gloves and Welding Gauntlets, which are Ideal for both welding and grinding. Our gloves provide heat resistance as well as protecting against small splashes of hot metal and abrasions.

All of our products are available to buy online with free next day delivery on orders over £75.

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Here at the Welding Superstore, we stock a comprehensive range of Welding Gloves and Welding Gauntlets. From well-known brands such as Weldas, their gloves and gauntlets consist of flame retardant air cushioning and sweat absorbed lining. This provides incomparable comfort and extra insulation which is always favoured in the welding industry. Made from reversed (suede) grain pig leather or A- Grade cow split leather, they have a seamless index finger for better feed of TIG wires and extra reinforcement in areas which are more vulnerable.

Welding gloves are a piece of personal protective equipment in the welding industry that protect hands from many hazards. These gloves can protect from electrical shock, extreme heat, ultraviolet and infrared radiation, as well as providing enhanced grip.

Welding gloves are commonly categorised into three levels of comfort:

  • TIG Welding Gloves- These are typically made of goat, cow or pig hides and are designed to provide finger sensitivity with adequate protection.
  • MIG Welding Gloves - MIG welding gloves are meant to provide the maximum protection. These gloves are usually made from pig, cow or deer hides.
  • Stick Welding Gloves - These gloves tend to be the most robust and therefore are made from cow or elk hides

A welding gauntlet is very similar to a welding glove but instead of just protecting the hand, they also protect the forearm. This added protection for the arm means more safety for the welder, protecting against any burns or abrasion. Welding gauntlets can be found in the exact materials as a glove can be with the same additions, such as the added leather on the index finger.

Overtime, welding gloves and gauntlets may dry out to the high heat exposures related to welding. The most common area of a glove that fails is along the hands trapezium bone, where welders grasp and apply the most pressure. Well-designed gloves incorporate additional leather patches on the index finger, thumb and across the metacarpus area of the hand to ensure the longevity of the gloves.

We sell a wide variety of Welding Gloves and Welding Gauntlets in a wide range of sizes from small to extra large. Our heavy duty Gauntlets and Gloves are both abrasion, oil and heat resistant. This ensures that the gloves are suitable for operation of wood burners as well as MIG, TIG and Arc welding.

For more information on our Welding and heat resistant Gloves and Welders Gauntlets or any of our Safety equipment contact us today.