Blue Chemical Resistance PVC Gloves
Polyvinyl Chloride, abbreviated as PVC, is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer, after polyethylene and polypropylene. It’s widely used in construction for pipe and in profile applications such as doors and windows. It’s also making bottles, food covering sheets and as the material of PVC gloves.
Like other cotton gloves, cut resistant gloves and nitrile coated protective gloves, high performance OEM blue chemical resistance PVC gloves should be available for use with a given chemical. There are a variety of glove materials from nitrile, latex, neoprene, and PVC.
In addition to chemical protection, the working properties of the gloves, like flexibility and tear-resistant that can vary by material, must also be taken into consideration when choosing the appropriate gloves for your jobs. Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd Professional production and wholesale factory price blue chemical resistance PVC gloves, welcome users who need to come to buy.
High performance OEM blue chemical resistance PVC gloves are premium soft PVC gloves designed to resist a wide range of chemicals and are especially suitable for use in oil, fats, and grease. The sandy finish on the hands is the hard area which improves grip performance in wet and dry environments. Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd wholesale factory price blue chemical resistance PVC gloves.
1. Nice hand feeling and high quality, comfortable, reduce hand fatigue.
2. Offering dexterity and tactile sensitivity.
3. Long cuff design measures from fingertips to bottom of the cuff, can protect wrists and forearms well. Jersey liner lining allows for easy on and off flexibility.
4. Spray sand PVC coated with textured grip for excellent handling in any condition. In the surface of the coating, it has thousands of micropores, creating a vacuum space to disperse the liquid.
5. Abrasion resistance, anti-water, anti-oil, anti-chemical and protection against noxious, hazardous gas, good chemical corrosive resistant, etc.
6. PVC has poor resistance to hot water and is not recommended for use above 78°C.
Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd wholesale premium soft blue chemical resistance PVC gloves, various colors, and sizes are available. You can come purchase jersey liner blue chemical resistance PVC gloves.
Liner: interlock or Jersey liner
Color option: blue, red, green, black
Length: 27cm, 30cm, 35cm
Packing: 12 pairs/polybag, 120 pairs/carton
Carton size: 66x43x30cm
wholesale premium soft blue chemical resistance PVC gloves factory: Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd
Purchase jersey liner blue chemical resistance PVC gloves are widely used in many industries, like chemical handling, oil refining, food processing, household, maintenance, construction works, fishing, agriculture, greening industry, refuse collection, light industry, heavy industry, etc.
No single gloves material can offer complete protection from all substances and chemical. Each glove is liable to damage or failure by degradation or permeation by some chemicals and damage from other sources such as heat or mechanical damages.
So dealing with different chemicals in different working conditions, there are different material gloves recommended. The best choice is usually the gloves with the greatest resistance to the chemical with the fastest breakthrough time. In some cases, it may be necessary to double gloves when no single type of glove material will provide full protection, and in this case, it’s advisable to select two types materials of chemical resistant gloves or you should contact your manufacturer for more details.
Chemical Resistance Guides
Guides can provide recommendations based on permeation, breakthrough time, permeation rates and degradation of the material.
Permeation: measured in milligrams per square meter per second (mg/m2/sec) is the measured steady-state flow of the permeating chemical through the gloves elastomer. Glove thickness plays an important role in resistance to permeation.
Permeation rate: is the speed at which the chemical moves through the material after breakthrough.
Breakthrough time: is defined as the elapsed time between initial contact of the liquid chemical with the outside surface of the glove and the time at which the permeation rate reaches 0.1mg/m3/sec. When a breakthrough occurs, the glove is no longer providing adequate protection.
Degradation: Degradation is a deleterious change in one or more of the glove’s physical properties. The most obvious forms of degradation are the loss of the glove’s strengthen and excessive swelling-several published degradation lists.
Penetration: in contrast to permeation, refers to the bulk flow of a chemical through physical spaces in the material.