Steiner Industrias SQ0260S Pro Series Peque-o IronFlex Tig Soldadura Guantes Nomex Volver
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Descripción del producto
Una combinaci-n de nuestro guante populares IronFlex ergon-mico, dise-ado especialmente para soldadura TIG, con ign-fugo Nomex espalda para soportar el calor. Prima palma de cuero cabritilla grano. Tramo Nomex retardantes de llama transpirable espalda para la m-xima comodidad, ajuste y protecci-n. Dedo -ndice sin fisuras para el control de barra lisa. Forma parte natural encaja estilo IronFlex. Pu-o el-stico ajustable con cierre de velcro. Kevlar cosido. Tama-o: Peque-o.
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Just for comparison, my old TIG gloves are Revco Tigster welding gloves. I'm not a veteran welder but my welding experience is at least 10 years and I weld everything from mild steel to aluminum and copper, so I'm definitely not a beginner.
I don't know if I can upload pictures but I did take some pictures.
Anyhow, I have not welded in these gloves yet, since I'm going to try to return these or get an exchange for these, so I don't want to use them yet.
First of all, I can't judge whether the fit is good or not, since they are brand new and not broken in, like my Tigsters (very comfy). They feel nice though and the advertisement picture looks really nice also. My biggest complaint is that the seam on the index finger happens to land where the filler rod would sit. I think this is awkward and uncomfortable. It would only be a matter of time before you're in a hurry and need to get a job done, then in the middle of a weld, the rod slips over one side or the other of the seam and contaminates the bead. I don't care how comfortable the gloves are, or how heat resistant they are, as a professional welder (welding for money), I need to be in absolute control of torch and the filler rod.
Each finger of the gloves (both sides) are crooked and uneven. I did compare with the Tigsters and the Tigsters are all reasonably straight and all seams are out of the way. At $22+SH for the Tigsters vs $35 for the Steiner, I need to order another pair (or two) of the Tigsters.
I will attach pictures if I can.
I'm somewhere between a large and X-large in mens glove sizes. I got a pair of large and they fit snug to the ends of my fingers when relaxed and stretch just enough in fist mode to retain that snug a fit.
Comes out of the box very comfortable and flexible. No real break in required aside from maybe a seam not being where you want it to be.
Semi-stiff cuff and a positive securing band with a lot of flex room, these gloves don't ride up or get all "out of whack" after wearing them for a period of time or during strenuous activities.
Babygoat skin provides just enough texture and grip not to get in the way of handling delicate items or materials, however rough use will leave to tears and holes which will quickly get worse as it doesn't seem to be secured to the palm in any way other than being stretched over it.
Use of kevlar provides a relatively hard wearing glove that wont run on you with a hole or two.
Not good for low temperatures.
Had difficulty picking up and manipulating filler rod, especially with the index finger's seams tendency to exist right where I rest my filler rod. Mileage may vary.
Use of kevlar reduces heat to a point and gives you a small window of tolerance if you accidentally touch hot work to avoid melting your precious flesh.
Due to fit, no real need to take on/take off between work/sharpening tungsten/cigarette break/bathroom break.
Strangely enough, while I don't use these for TIG (see filler rod manipulation), They have replaced all my other gloves designated for shooting, camping and all basic outdoor stuff.