| | Sumit Roy

Good grip, spark resistance, and defence against jagged or abrasive surfaces are some of the features that leather welder gloves bring to the table. This is owing to the fact that leather is renowned for its resilience and capacity to absorb heat. In fact, it can withstand temperatures as high as 350°C without charring. Mallcom’s F834 Leather Split Welder Gloves serve as the ideal pair of gloves that exemplify all these above-mentioned features.  

F834: Welding Heat Resistance with Enhanced Grip 

The F834 is not only effective in reducing the chances of severe burns, but it also facilitates an enhanced grip on the welding torch, allowing for more consistent and accurate welds. 

Yellow Split Leather: Durability You Can Count On 

When cow leather is divided into several layers, we call it split leather. It is a relatively reasonable leather type that packs a considerable amount of resilience to withstand the toughest working conditions in Iron & Steel & heavy engineering industries. The F834  is made up of split leather carrying such advantages. Palm Lined with Non-Woven Fabric 

The advantages of non-woven fabric are multivariate. Such perks include factors such as enhanced absorbency, improved washability, and bacterial protection. Non-woven fabrics can also be tailored to accentuate certain other features such as liquid repellency, impact resistance, flame retardancy, electrical insulation, and thermal insulation.  

Since the F834 is lined with non-woven & cotton fabric, not only does it offer all the above advantages right off the bat but also provides comfort to the user.  

Extra Leather Patch at the End of the Cuff 

The F834 offers an extra leather patch that protects the cuff bindings from wear and tear.  

High Resistance Scores Against Risks & Hazards 

The F834 racks up high scores on several fronts – 

  • Abrasion Resistance – 4/4 
  • Tear Resistance – 4/4 
  • Puncture Resistance – 4/4 
  • Resistance to flammability – 4/4 
  • Resistance to contact heat – ¾ (≤ 350°C for 15 secs) 
  • Resistance to molten splashes – 4/4  

Shelf-life of Welder Gloves 

The quality and frequency of use affect the shelf life of welding gloves. A good pair of gloves should typically last you a few months, like two months, if they are properly cared for. The F834 lasts longer despite being frequently exposed to high heat for extended hours.  

Industries Where F834 is Most Beneficial 

Many industries can benefit from welding gloves, but manufacturing & Iron & Steel are at the top of that list. Welders frequently handle hot materials and objects, which increases their risk of burns and other injuries. The following are the industries where welders will benefit from the F834 the most – 

  • Iron & Steel  
  • Civil 
  • Maintenance  
  • Handling  
  • Assembling  
  • Engineering 
  • MIG Welding application  

Final Thoughts 

In conclusion, welding gloves are paramount when it comes to handling sharp objects, abrasive surfaces and flying sparks. However, to ensure the credibility of these hand-protective gears, welder gloves must be certified. The F834 has the following compliance – EN 407 (thermal risks), EN 388 (mechanical risks), EN 12477 + A1:2005 (welding protection). The full-proof certified F834, in this context, becomes your first line of defence against the hazards of welding & cutting! 

Mallcom India has had a significant hand in upholding the standards of hand protective gear for close to four decades as part of its constant pursuit of raising the bar of head-to-toe safety. The F834 is a leather welder glove par excellence that provides a unique combination of thermal protection, abrasion & puncture resistance, resistance to contact heat & molten splashes and comfort from the palm being lined with non-woven cotton. Plus, the cuff is lined with jeans, furthering the comfort quotient. [Text Wrapping Break][Text Wrapping Break]Mallcom India’s welder gloves, indeed, weld the perfect fusion of protection & welfare of mankind. 


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