Chemical Resistant Glove Selection Chart

The following glove selection chart is based on the type of product supplied by Sunny Bryant, as a general guide to the selection of gloves associated with handling chemicals. The information presented here is considered accurate, but we cannot guarantee its accuracy. In any case, in case of danger, we suggest you consult certified security professionals or contact us.

Kindly Reminder:

This information is provided as a guide to proper glove material selection. Glove performance varies between manufacturers, so always give yourself extra time and do not push glove strength to the estimated limits and consult a certified safety consultant when in doubt to make sure you have the right glove for your application.

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Many factors affect the breakthrough times of glove materials including, but not limited to:

  • Thickness of glove material

  • Concentration of the chemical worked with

  • Amount of chemical the gloves come in contact with

  • Length of time which the glove is exposed to the chemical

  • Temperature at which the work is done

  • Customized appearance design & color (OEM/ODM)

  • Possibility of abrasion or puncture

Selection Key:

  • 4. Excellent, breakthrough times generally greater than 8 hours.

  • 3. Good, breakthrough times generally greater than 4 hours.
  • 2. Fair, breakthrough times generally greater than 1 hour.
  • 1. Not Recommended, breakthrough times generally less than 1 hour.
  • ?. Not Tested or Information unknown. Use known tested glove type.