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Safety Gloves and Hand Protection

For employees, workplace safety is synonymous with hand safety. Not only do gloves protect workers, they protect consumers in environments in which employees handle food. Facility managers in many workplaces also know that hand safety must comply with OSHA requirements. With Grainger’s online catalog, customers can browse and sort by manufacturer, price and ranking as well as type of protection. Whatever the job requires, Grainger has thousands of hand protection products for you to choose from.

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Hi I'm looking for gloves that are rated for -20 C to 60 C. I've gone
through the inventory and see many models that are either cold protection or heat protection, but none that list tolerances for both.
Are there any materials/models that you can recommend?

I am looking for something tight fitting that offers good dexterity.

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Try this Item # 4NML8
We use this set for 250 F and have better dexterity than the welding or hot gloves. I presume they will work for -20 C because of its thickness.
We are making a slight transition to this pair of gloves: Item # 4NMN9
The reason is because they are even thinner and can handle 200 F. Though we do not use any gloves for the extreme cold I do not have experience to comment on this pair for the cold. Thermal conductivity is reduced with the first item gloves.
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We do rounds with an IPad and need to enter data on the roof. I'm looking for a warm glove that either has pads on the finger tips, or a flap that would not expose much of my hand.
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Touch Screen Mechanics Gloves, Capacitive Compatible Synthetic Leather with Reinforcement Palm may suit your purposes, item G6923.

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for commercial use requiring soaking with chlorine bleach mixture
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Please contact us directly as there are a few extra pieces of information we will need to determine which glove is best for you application.

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Find nitrile. They are good for chlorine. Rolled cuff will ease removal and provide a drip point so if your hands go above horizontal, you don't get bleach past the gloves.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

Asbestos is considered a particulate so any glove that would protect against particulate would be sufficient. I would suggest nitrile.

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THICK. The composition is not that important since you are guarding against particles with no chemical properties. A good middle weight disposable taped to your suit and covered by a cheap "work glove" are my go-to. Just let the inner glove do the barrier work and the outer work glove catch the cuts and tears. Either cheap knit or leather work gloves will suit fine. I would stay away from latex, only because it is the most fragile. Nitrile should be fine.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

Generally a reusable nitrile glove would work for this application. Please contact your local Grainger branch for specific part numbers.

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looking for gloves that have sticky palms

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what are best waterproof gloves?

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