Chemical Resistant Gloves
What type do I need?
The inside glove is “singed” by flames before dipping to remove small lint balls which occur naturally on all knitted cloth. The idea that smooth plastic is also slick is much more perception than reality. Actually, smooth plastic gloves provide an excellent grip for most objects.
After the initial dipping, sand-like polymers are applied to the coated glove either by spraying or re-dipping before the original coat hardens.
The inside glove is unsinged so that the surface has a “pebbled” appearance.
As on the 3362G, the surface of the glove is chemically treated to cause an overall matte finish with irregular etched grooves.
Embossed / Textured:
Unsupported glove terms. The form used to dip into the molten latex or plastic is etched with a grooved pattern so that when the glove is turned, the surface of the palm has a pattern.
As on the 3370G, PVC chunks, larger than sand, are sprayed onto the dipped glove while plastic is still molten.