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Coated Gloves

Coated Gloves are typically a knitted material that fits close to the hand for maximum flexibility. Various coatings are then applied for use in a variety of applications. Different glove materials resist different chemicals at varied exposure levels.  Therefore, care must be taken in choosing the right glove for the given application. Thickness and length also play a role in determining the appropriate glove. Thicker gauge gloves are heavier and provide increased chemical resistance than thinner gloves. The length of glove needed can be determined by assessing the splash and immersion protection needed.

PVC: Chemically resistant to oil, grease, acids and solvents while providing good abrasion resistance. A jersey or interlock lining enhances comfort.

NITRILE: Provides excellent abrasion, cut and snag resistance when encountering oils, greases and petroleum products. Choose smooth finish for dry grip or rough finish for wet and oily conditions.

NEOPRENE: Protection from chemicals, oils, acids, solvents and caustics.

LATEX: Good sensitivity and dexterity making it ideal for food processing, electronics assembly and similar applications.

VINYL: Provides moderate abrasion resistance and can have a textured finish that enhances grip. choose a soft jersey lining for cushioning.

 POLYURETHANE: The thinnest coating available for excellent dexterity. Incredibly tough, yet flexible and comfortable. Very good dry and oil gripping abilities..

 

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