Ready to send in your Rubber Goods for Testing?

CLICK HERE to download the Rubber Goods profile form. Fill out the form and include it in the package with your rubber goods.

Drop offs and pick-ups are also accepted. Any questions? Email us at or call 800-323-6606

Rubber Goods Testing

With two full service Rubber Goods Test Labs (Illinois and Massachusetts), Hi-Line tests over 250,000 rubber gloves, sleeves, blankets, line hose, hoods, and boots each year. We test all classes of rubber from Class 00 to Class 4.

Hi-Line’s test labs are climate controlled and state-of-the-art. All testing procedures conform to ASTM standards and involve thorough washing, visual inspection, dielectric testing, and date stamping.

*These best practices reference federal OSHA regulations and ASTM standards. Please note that state OSHA regulations may have more stringent testing intervals than shown above.

Hi-Line Rubber Exchange Program

Taking Rubber Goods testing to another level, Hi-Line Rubber Exchange Program insures that rubber products meet or exceed ASTM standards and OSHA regulations while maximizing product usage. Like clockwork, rubber goods are cleaned, tested, custom date-stamped and on your dock when you need them.

The program allows crews to maximize usage of rubber products while minimizing warehouse inventory. For those who outsource this technical duty to the experts, Hi-Line is a great resource.

Through its Hi-Line Rubber Exchange Program, Hi-Line partners with utilities, contractors, and municipalities supporting as many as 4000 lineman or a crew of three.

New Rubber Goods

NEW rubber goods are available including:

As the largest stocking distributor of Salisbury Rubber Goods in the United States, Hi-Line can eliminate long factory lead times and support your immediate needs. Call (800)323-6606 to check our current inventory.

  • High Voltage Rubber Insulating Gloves
  • Low Voltage Rubber Insulating Gloves
  • One-Finger Mittens
  • Contoured Cuff Gloves
  • Flare Cuff Gloves
  • Insulated Molded Sleeves Type I & II
  • Insulated Dipped Sleeves Type I & II
  • Glove Bags
  • Leather Protectors for Rubber Gloves
  • Glove Dust/Powder
  • Sleeve Bags
  • Buttons, Harnesses and Straps For Sleeves
  • Blankets, Pole and Line Insulation
  • Rubber Insulating Blankets Type I & II
  • Switchboard Matting
  • Insulating Roll Blankets
  • Line Hose
  • Insulator Covers
  • Conductor Covers Line Guards
  • Pole Covers
  • Cross Arm Guards
  • Blanket Canisters
  • Blanket Pins
  • Tie Straps
  • Line Hose Canisters
  • Rubber Lineman Boots And Overshoes

Rubber Accessories

It is important to regularly protect, inspect, and clean your rubber goods to extend their life and to insure they are still safe to use. Leather protectors, glove/sleeve bags, and canisters should always be utilized.

Huge in-stock selection: Hi-Line carries a huge, in-stock selection of everything you need to protect your rubber goods. View some of the many items we carry HERE

Daily Visual Inspections:
Your first line of defense in preventing an accident…

…and also required by ASTM. ASTM F1236-96 defines 24 types of irregularities to look for during daily visual inspections.

Hi-Line’s Visual Inspection Guide to is a free tool to easily identify all 24 of the ASTM F1236-96 irregularities while you’re on the job, and know exactly what to look for during your daily visual inspections.

Request Your FREE Copy of the Visual Inspection Guide HERE

In The News/Further Reading...

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So how do we encourage workers to follow procedures, maintain a focus on safety, and avoid shortcuts? The answer isn’t by leaving it up to luck. It has to be a conscious decision to be safety minded.Hi-Line's News & Articles.