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Chemical- & Cut-Resistant Gloves

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Chemical- and cut-resistant gloves are made of rubber polymers and are ANSI/ISEA-rated for cut protection to protect workers from hand injuries caused by hazardous liquids and cut hazards. Higher cut levels (A9) provide more cut protection than lower levels (A2). Chemical-resistant gloves withstand exposure to acids, bases, solvents, and other chemicals and are worn by workers in chemical manufacturing, researchers, and others who come into contact with chemicals. Gloves with higher levels of chemical resistance are generally thicker. Thinner gloves have a better sense of touch but less chemical resistance.
Chemical- and cut-resistant gloves are made of rubber polymers and are ANSI/ISEA-rated for cut protection to protect workers from hand injuries caused by hazardous liquids and cut hazards. Higher cut levels (A9) provide more cut protection than lower levels (A2). Chemical-resistant gloves withstand exposure to acids, bases, solvents, and other chemicals and are worn by workers in chemical manufacturing, researchers, and others who come into contact with chemicals. Gloves with higher levels of chemical resistance are generally thicker. Thinner gloves have a better sense of touch but less chemical resistance.
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A7 Cut-Level & Level 2 Impact-Rated Neoprene/Nitrile Chemical-Resistant Gloves with HPPE Liner, Supported

A7 Cut-Level & Level 2 Impact-Rated Neoprene/Nitrile Chemical-Resistant Gloves with HPPE Liner, Supported
These chemical-resistant A7 cut-level and level 2 impact-rated gloves have a neoprene/nitrile coating and a supported HPPE liner. HPPE (high-performance polyethylene) is a low-linting and lightweight material that provides good durability and cut protection while remaining soft and comfortable. Neoprene/nitrile is flexible, resists abrasion, and can be used near a broad range of oils, acids, alcohols, fats, ketones, caustics, and solvents. ANSI/ISEA A7 cut-level gloves protect hands when encountering heavy cut hazards, such as those encountered in metal stamping and fabrication, carpet installation, pulp and paper processing, handling steel cable, and installing heavy plate-glass windows.
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