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Work Glove Materials 1


Supported Hand Protection

Supported gloves are great for protection against against solvents and chemical resistance, abrasions, cuts and punctures. The glove shell can be dipped into a polymer or the material can be dipped into a polymer before the glove is sewn. The work applications determine which glove option is the best choice for your hand protection needs.
Styles & Materials
Dipped - Glove shell dipped in a polymer.
Neoprene - Provides greater flexibility plus comprehensive chemical protection.
Nitrile - Offers excellent abrasion resistance.
PVC - Excellent liquid and solvent protection.
Rubber - For applications where gripping power, cut and puncture resistance are a concern.
Vinyl - Breathable, easy gripping, minimizes absorption of water, oil and grease.
Cut-N-Sewn - Sewn from material dipped in a polmer.
Nitrile - Excellent abrasion resistance and dexterity.
Vinyl (Impregnated and Laminated) - Flexibility and mild abrasion resistance.

Unsupported Hand Protection

Unsupported gloves are best when there is a need for greater dexterity in applications requiring mild chemical protection or a disposable glove solution. The gauge identifies the mil thickness of a glove. A thin gauge allows a sense of touch and a heavy gauge provides greater protection and durability.
Styles & Materials
Heavy Gauge Unsupported - 45 mil to 50 mil thickness.
Latex - Greater protection and durability.
Regular Unsupported - 11 mil to 30 mil thickness.
Latex - Canners and flock-lined, natural rubber, most elastic substance known.
Nitrile - Unlined and flock-lined, provides cut, snag, puncture and abrasion resistance better than any other rubber.
Neoprene - Flock-lined, resists oils and offers less hand fatigue.
Neoprene On Latex - Flock-lined, unique dipping process to resist specifically MEK and other ketones and acetones.
Neoprene Latex Blend - Flock-lined, blending of two rubbers for multi-purpose use.
Disposable Unsupported - 5 mil thickness.
Latex - Medical or industrial grade, better dexterity, elasticity, cool and comfortable.
Vinyl - Medical or industrial grade, durability, softness, no latex allergens.
Polyethylene - 1.25 mil thickness, promotes good hygiene.

Cotton Hand Protection

Cotton gloves are a good choice for comfort and breathability in general purpose applications and, in heavier weights, for abrasion and heat protection. Cotton gloves can also be used to protect the product as well as the hands.
Styles & Materials
Quilted - For heavy multi-purpose applications and added heat protection.
Chore - General purpose work
Double Palm - Minimal heat protection
Hot Mill - Moderate heat protection
Single Ply - For multi-purpose applications.
Canvas - 8, 10 or 12 ounce fabric for general purpose work. Some styles have PVC dots to provide better gripping ability and durability.
Jersey - 9 ounce jersey for general purpose work. Some styles have PVC dots to provide better gripping ability and durability.
Terrycloth - 9 ounce jersey for general purpose work. Some styles have PVC dots to provide better gripping ability and durability.
Light Weight - For product protection.
Inspectors - Made with cotton or nylon, is reversible, and may also be used as gloves or liners.

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