Lab chemical safety
Lab chemical safety
Posted April 29th. 2013 in Tech Center
NEOPRENE chemical protection safety gloves provide excellent broad-range splash resistance in a thin work glove.
Neoprene PPE is also better than other disposable chemical protection gloves in providing splash protection from common chemicals used in most pharmaceutical laboratories as splitting agents, such as DMSO, DMAC and DMF.
With so many different chemicals used in an analytical lab setting, neoprene is the best all-around, disposable protective glove option.
But neoprene is not a perfect solution. Methylene chloride degrades neoprene and every other work glove polymer currently available in a thin, close-fitting glove style suitable for laboratory applications.
Laminate hand protection is preferable for working with methylene chloride.
For close fit and better grip, the laminate gloves can be used as liners under neoprene or other similar disposable chemical protection gloves.
- The Invisible Enemy
- Ergonomics in work safety gloves comfort
- Looking beyond purchase price can keep workers safe and reduce spend
- Emphasis on “green” materials and processes in safety wear
- Choosing right laundering procedure for work gloves
- Moisture hazards in work safety gloves
- Best hand protection for working with glassware
- Hand safety cut protection: EN standards testing
- Choosing the right laundry partner
- Vinyl work safety gloves: allergic reactions
- Ambidextrous work gloves wrong fit for safety
- Coming to grips with lubricated objects
- Long-term costs savings on safety gloves laundering
- Aliphatic hydrocarbons: Ansell nitrile safety gloves the right fit
- Latex allergies prevention: right hand protection with Ansell
- Measuring up for right safety gloves fit
- Safety gloves selection made easy: Ansell Protection Solutions Guide
- Save on costs through safety gloves launder
- Chemical protection safety gloves: use and disposal
- Innovation keeps pace with workers' demands