There are many hazards or potential hazards for your hands at the workplace, whether from chemicals, cuts or burns. All these injuries caused some damage to the workers' hands. And so far no gloves can prevent all these injuries. So when users choose, they should choose the right gloves according to their industry and the damage they can suffer.
Following is a list of gloves and their appropriate application, according to the features and performance.
1. Cotton gloves and fabric gloves: cotton knitted gloves and fabric gloves like polyester gloves, nylon gloves, acrylic gloves. When the user is in use, these gloves can protect the user's hands from cleaning and prevent abrasion. It can also help workers with handling with slippy objects well, but may not be strong enough to handle work with rough or sharp materials.
2. Coated Cotton gloves and fabric gloves: there are many kinds of coated gloves: nitrile coated gloves, latex coated gloves, PU coated gloves, PVC coated gloves. For nitrile coated gloves, it's divided into sandy nitrile coated gloves, foam nitrile coated gloves, nitrile coated gloves, the glove liner is also different, such as polyester glove liner, spandex nylon glove liner, jersey liner, cotton fabric liner and so on. For latex coated gloves, the glove liner is usually cotton glove liner, polyester glove liner, and terry loop glove liner. This type of gloves is suitable for use by some people in the chemical industry. Because this type of gloves can protect against some harmful chemicals. They have enough strength to resist the erosion of chemicals, so they can be used in chemical laboratory work.
3. Kelvar or HPPE gloves: These gloves are widely used in various industrial industries. Because they are very resistant to cutting and abrasion, but also provide protection from heat and cold for the wearer.
4. Chemical resistant gloves: several types of chemical gloves help protect against specific chemicals. Nitrile gloves, latex gloves, butyl rubber gloves, and neoprene gloves.