Traditional disposable gloves are designed to provide protection against chemicals for only short periods of time – in the event of a splash; while chemical gloves typically have a thicker, sturdier design for longer lasting protection. Ansell designed MICROFLEX 93-260 to be thin, chemical-resistant disposable gloves that offer higher levels of protection against chemicals for longer periods of time than ordinary single use gloves. At just 7.8 mils thick, these thin nitrile and neoprene gloves offer this superior protection while also providing enhanced tactility and dexterity for easy handling of small parts and tools.
MICROFLEX 93-260 gloves achieve this through an innovative three-layer design that resists a wide range of aggressive chemicals. The exterior nitrile layer delivers maximum protection against several organic solvents, while the soft neoprene middle layer provides acid and base resistance. A final interior layer provides a continual dry feel, while also easing the donning and doffing process.
MICROFLEX 93-260 chemical-resistant disposable gloves meet the requirements for both EN 374 certification in Europe, and KOSHA certification in Korea. When tested against aggressive chemicals like Sulfuric Acid, N Heptane, Hexane and Methanol, these nitrile and neoprene gloves demonstrate impressive permeation breakthrough times.
MICROFLEX 93-260 are silicone-free to prevent surface defects when wearers handle objects and equipment finished with paint and other coatings. They have a low acceptable quality level of 0.65 AQL to reduce the risk of exposures due to pinhole defects. MICROFLEX 93-260 gloves also feature an extended cuff for added protection over the wrist and forearm.
- Automotive Aftermarket
- Life Sciences
- Inspection, selecting, checking parts
- Assembly and inspection of components
- Equipment repair and maintenance
- Production line support and maintenance
- General Purpose Auto Aftermarket
- Oil, fluids and filter change
- Blending, compounding solids and liquids
- Sample taking and processing
- Transferring liquids and solids between vessels and tanks and process equipment