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Chemical-Resistant Gloves

Chemical-Resistant Gloves

For chemical contact ranging from light splashes and spills to more direct contact, choose from our variety of chemical-resistant gloves. These gloves are either made of rubber or plastic, or are fully coated with those materials.

Thicker gloves will provide additional protection, but thinner gloves offer better dexterity, resulting in less hand fatigue. Some thin gloves can be worn under other gloves as chemical-resistant liners.

Lined gloves have a soft material on the inside for added comfort and to absorb sweat.

Latex

These highly elastic gloves offer a snug fit with good flexibility. Latex is generally resistant to water-based solutions of acids, alkalies, or salts, but not organic solvents. It may cause allergic reactions.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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Nitrile

A popular choice when latex allergies are a concern, nitrile gloves are strong and flexible. The material typically withstands chlorinated solvents, oils, greases, acids, and alcohols, and frequently will show tears and breaks better than latex.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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Neoprene

Neoprene gloves are often used for their general resistance to a wide range of chemicals, including organic acids, alkalies, and alcohols.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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Neoprene Latex Blend

These gloves typically protect against a wide range of acids and detergents. Latex may cause allergic reactions.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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Laminated Film

Often used as a glove liner to provide extra chemical resistance, laminated film gloves generally offer resistance to acids, alkalies, salts, strong organic solvents, and ketones.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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PVC

Loose-fitting PVC (polyvinyl chloride) gloves are a common general-purpose option that provides good abrasion resistance, latex-free composition, and resistance to a range of acids, bases, oils, and fats. The material is not very elastic, so it is susceptible to tearing with heavy or repeated use.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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Viton Butyl Blend

Commonly used in oil refining, petrochemical applications, and hazmat work, these gloves maintain dexterity and touch sensitivity while protecting against chemical splash, especially chlorinated and aromatic solvents.

For specific chemical compatibility, see the detail page for each glove.

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