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Chemical-Resistant Gloves

Industrial gloves for protection against corrosive chemicals

Corrosive chemicals such as acids and bases are commonly used in a lot of industrial applications. Provide your workers who have to handle these types of chemicals with chemical-resistant work gloves. Chemical-resistant gloves are formulated to resist chemical degradation thereby protecting your workers hands. These work gloves can be made from nitrile, latex, neoprene, vinyl, PVC or rubber. Be sure to perform a hazard assessment as gloves made from different materials have different properties and chemical resistances.

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  • Showa® N-DEX® Plus Gloves

    Starting at $14.12
    Box of 50 Pairs
  • MCR Safety Dipped PVC Gloves

    Starting at $25.66
    Pack
  • Showa® Nitri-Solve® Nitrile Gloves

    Starting at $18.30
    Dozen of 12 Pairs
  • Showa® Atlas Therma-Fit® 451 Work Gloves

    Starting at $42.54
    Pack of 12 Each
  • Showa® Best® Butyl Gloves

    Starting at $34.05
    Pair
  • Showa® Atlas Fit® Gloves

    Starting at $28.31
    Pack of 12 Each
  • Showa® DermaThin® Disposable Gloves

    Starting at $15.16
    Box of 100 Each
  • Ansell AlphaTec® Nitrile Gloves

    Starting at $76.55
    Box
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Always remember that not all chemical-resistant gloves are created equal. Chemical-resistant gloves are manufactured from a number of materials, each with resistance more suitable to a certain type of chemical. Here are some common glove materials and some chemicals these are best suited for:

    Latex - animal fats, detergents, alcohols, salts, caustics and weak acids
    Nitrile - petrochemicals, oils, most acids and fuels
    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) - grease, oils and petrochemicals
    Neoprene - acids, caustics, greases, solvents and oils
    Rubber - alcohols, dilute water solutions
    Butyl - corrosive acids, esters, ketones and gases

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