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We supply glove box or dry box gloves to universities, laboratories, government facilities and research facilities worldwide.
Seamless one-piece construction provides maximum strength and integrity. Use these gloves in glove boxes to safely handle hazardous substances or avoid contaminating sensitive materials. Attach them to a glove box using glove box mounting clamps (sold separately).
Latex gloves have moderate chemical resistance.
Nitrile gloves have good resistance to punctures, solvents, oils, and greases.
Neoprene gloves are for applications that require more chemical resistance and durability than latex gloves.
Butyl gloves are highly impermeable when working with vapors and gases. They also withstand hazardous chemicals such as ketones (MEK and acetone) and esters. Gloves remain flexible in temperatures as low as -40° F.
Polyethylene gloves stand up to ozone and many oxidizing chemicals. They also have a high level of abrasion resistance.
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