As an industry leader in the manufacturing of nitrile gloves, Ansell provides the best protection solutions against bases, oils, many solvents and animal fats. Our nitrile gloves also offer excellent resistance to snags and punctures, abrasions and cuts for a thin polymer glove. Use this chart to compare properties of our Performance Series and Classic Series gloves.
Nitrile gloves are not recommended for use with ketones and some organic solvents.
Neoprene resists a broad range of oils, acids, caustics and solvents, but is less resistant to snags, punctures, abrasions and cuts than nitrile or natural rubber. This chart shows the characteristics of our neoprene gloves, making it easy to find the right choice for your application.
With great flexibility and good resistance to many acids and alcohols, Ansell’s natural rubber gloves make a comfortable choice for chemical and liquid protection. Compare gloves using this chart to determine which rubber glove works best for you.
Products containing natural rubber may cause allergic reactions and, in addition, should not be used when lubricants and/or oils are present.
PVC provides good resistance against many acids, caustics, bases and alcohols, and also offers good abrasion resistance. Consult this chart to compare characteristics of Ansell PVC gloves.
With these gloves, workers with latex allergies can experience the comfort of natural rubber without worrying about having an allergic reaction.
These gloves are not recommended for ketones and many other types of solvents.