Welding gloves are an integral part of the welding industry, as they protect the welders from welding hazards. These gloves protect from heat, shock, sharp edges and any type of radiations.
These gloves are made-up of nonconductive material to electricity and heat, making them durable and enabling a fine grip on the welder. The gloves not only protect the hands but are along with an oversized cuff covering the wrist of the welder.
Leather is most likely used to produce gloves primarily derived from cow, pig, deer and some other livestock. The welding gloves are carefully designed, making sure of the ease and safety of the welder. Here the types of welding gloves that welders use;
TIG welding gloves made of pig, goat or deer hides specially designed for finger sensitivity.
MIG welding gloves a little better than the TIG gloves gives extra protection, and provide a solid grip.
Stick welding gloves are the most vigorous of all. They are made with the finest cow or elk leather for maximum protection and durability.