Protective Gloves


There are many types of protective gloves. In addition […]

There are many types of protective gloves. In addition to chemical resistance, there are functions such as anti-cutting, electric insulation, waterproof, cold resistance, heat radiation resistance, fire-retardant and flame retardant. It should be noted that general anti-acid gloves and anti-chemicals Protective gloves are not equivalent. Since many chemicals have different penetrating powers relative to the material of the cut resistant sleeves, protective gloves with various chemical penetrations should be selected when needed.
Depending on the characteristics of the protective gloves, refer to the possible exposure opportunities, select the appropriate gloves, and consider the presence of the chemical (gaseous, liquid) concentration to determine that the glove can withstand this concentration. For example, gloves made of natural rubber can cope with generally low concentrations of inorganic acids but not with concentrated nitric acid and concentrated sulfuric acid. Rubber gloves have a good blocking effect on pathogenic microorganisms and radioactive dust.