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How to Buy Chemical and Liquid Resistant Gloves

Selecting the right chemical glove depends on the specific work conditions, processes, chemical types and duration of the chemical
exposure. Magid® provides a complete line of chemical resistant gloves with materials, constructions and features for every application. This section includes a detailed chart that outlines the specific permeation and degradation characteristics for each material.

 





Glove materials

   


Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)

• Cost-effective, synthetic thermoplastic polymer
• Good resistance to abrasion, resins, glues, aqueous solutions and alcohols
• Maintains flexibility in cold temperatures

Shop PVC Gloves


Butyl

• Synthetic rubber featuring high flexibility
• Resists ammonia, ketones, esters, alkalis and mineral acids
• Nearly impermeable to gases and water vapors

Shop Butyl Gloves

Neoprene (Chloroprene)

• Highly flexible synthetic rubber material
• Excellent resistance to acids, caustics, oils and organic solvents
• Resists UV, oxidation and ozone damage


Shop Neoprene Gloves
 
 
       
     
 


Latex (Natural Rubber)

• Natural material offers best grip, particularly when working with glass
• Protects against bases, alcohols, dilute water solutions and some ketones
• May cause allergic reactions in certain individuals

Shop Latex Gloves

 


Nitrile

• Synthetic rubber with high snag, abrasion, and puncture resistance
• Protects against oils, greases, animal fats, bases and many solvents
• Excellent alternative for individuals with latex allergies

Shop Nitrile Gloves

 


Constructions

Supported

Polymer coating over a knit liner for additional comfort and durability

Shop Supported

Unsupported

Polymer compound without any supporting fabric provides more flexibility

Shop Unsupported

Flock-Lined

Sprayed cotton lining for superior comfort, easy donning and perspiration absorption

 


 
 
 
 
Additional Glove Selection Criteria


Finishes |
Choose the finish that provides the appropriate grip performance. Embossed or rough finishes may provide increased grip.


Smooth


Rough

Embossed
Diamond

Embossed
Pebble

Embossed
Z Pattern

Sandy


Resources

   
 


Download the Ansell Permeation/
Degredation Resistance Guide


Download this Guide


View Additional Guides

 

 
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