|Cuff Style:||Extended Sleeve|
|Features:||Very Good Comfort in Use; Good Grip in Handling Both Wet and Slippery Materials; Good Dexterity and Pliability At Low Temperatures|
|For Use With Chemicals:||Vertrel XF; Vertrel XE; Triethanolamine (TEA); Tannic Acid; 47% (Battery Acid); Sulfuric Acid; Sodium Hydroxide; 50%; Potassium Hydroxide; 85% (Concentrated); Phosphoric Acid; Phenol; 60%; Perchloric Acid; Pad Etch 1 (Ashland Chemical); Oxalic Acid; Nitric Acid; Monoethanolamine; Methylamine; Methyl Alcohol (Methanol); Mercury; Maleic Acid; d-Limonene; 85%; Ammonium Fluoride; 40%; Ammonium Hydroxide; Conc. (28-30% Ammonia); n-Butyl Alcohol; Butyl Carbitol; Chromic Acid" Cleaning Solution; Citric Acid; 10%; Cyclohexanol; Electroless Copper Plating Solution; Electroless Nickel Plating Solution; Ethyl Alcohol; Denatured; 92% Ethanol; Ethylene Glycol; Formaldehyde; 37% in 1/3 Methanol/Water; Formic acid; 90%; Glutaraldehyde; 25%; HFE 7100; Hydrazine; 65%; Hydrobromic Acid; 48%; Hydrochloric Acid; 37% (Concentrated); Hydrogen Peroxide; 30%; Hydroquinone; saturated solution; Isopropyl Alcohol; Lactic Acid|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||23-201|
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About 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.