Gloves protocol

No glove can protect you from all chemicals!

Protective gloves must be worn while using any hazardous material: chemicals, hot/cold liquids or objects that pose a risk of thermal burns, cryogenics, physical hazards, or equipment that may cause hand injury.  The gloves must be appropriate for the material or process being used. 

Nitrile Gloves:

Nitrile gloves provide protection against a wide range of solvents. 

Nitrile has good resistance to:

Nitrile has poor resistance to:

Neoprene Gloves (Ansell Alphatec 29-500)

Chemical Resistant Neoprene Gloves

Neoprene gloves protect against a Protects against a wide range of acids, caustics, alcohols and many solvents. Neoprene offers less resistance to snags, punctures, abrasions and cuts than nitrile.  Neoprene gloves are commonly used for applications when handling slippery or wet materials safely.

AlphaTec® 29-500 (

MAPA AdvanTech 517

A tripolymer exclusive that offers 100% comfort for optimal mechanical and chemical resistance.

Specific advantages

Resistance Chart

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