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Gloves, Chemical Resistant

Definition : Gloves designed for hand protection against chemicals or chemically contaminated objects. These gloves are typically made of thick plastics (e.g., nitrile, neoprene) or butyl rubber; some are made of combined layers of latex and neoprene; they are long-wearing and resistant to a wide range of chemicals. Most gloves include skidproof treads to provide sure grip. Chemically resistant gloves are used by healthcare personnel for protection during handling and transport of chemicals or for cleaning, decontamination, and transport of patients and objects contaminated with chemicals or other biohazardous substances.

Entry Terms : "Chemical Resistant Gloves"

UMDC code : 20345

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