Hand protection type
Wearing down or scrapping by friction of a hard, rough material.
Raw Material added to latex to boost the vulcanization rate. A formulation can include one or more accelerators.
Aqueous solution of a caustic, highly basic chemical (e.g.: potassium or sodium hydroxide).
An abnormal physiological response to a substance penetrating the body due to an over-reaction of the immune system.
Ambidextrous gloves can be worn equally well on either hand; this is principally the case for thinner gloves.
A glove is called anatomical when there is one shape for the left hand and another for the right.