Product Disclaimer

The product test results do not reflect the actual duration of protection in the workplace and the differentiation between mixtures and pure chemicals. The chemical resistance has been assessed under laboratory conditions from samples taken from the palm only (except in cases where the glove is equal to or over 400 mm – where the cuff is also tested) and relates only to the chemical tested. It can be different if the chemical is used in a mixture.

The penetration resistance has been assessed under laboratory conditions and relates only to the tested specimen. Degradation levels indicate the change in puncture resistance of the gloves after exposure to the challenged chemical.

It is recommended to check that the gloves are suitable for the intended use because the conditions at the workplace may differ from the type of test depending on temperature, abrasion and degradation. When used, protective gloves may provide less resistance to dangerous chemicals due to changes in physical properties. Movements, snagging, rubbing, degradation caused by chemical contact etc., may significantly reduce the actual use time. For corrosive chemicals, degradation can be the most important factor to consider in selecting chemical-resistant gloves. Before usage, inspect the gloves for any defects or imperfections.

Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure should be selected specifically for the type of chemicals being used. Due to the variety and concentration of chemotherapy drugs used in treatments, the resistance table shown does neither warrant nor imply the safe use of the gloves against chemotherapy drugs resistance in every case. The safe use of gloves in chemotherapy treatment is solely the decision of clinicians authorised to make such a decision.