Chemical protection

Chemical hazards are not confined to the chemical industry. Many people in a variety of sectors are faced with chemical risks when handling less aggressive products, such as oils, acids, solvents, etc. More than 100,000 chemical substances are now classified, and can be identified, due to their unique CAS numbers. The table below highlights the performances of different materials on a few major substances.

Choosing a glove that will provide the appropriate protection for each application is a complex task, requiring the consideration of a certain number of parameters, such as: the chemical family of the product handled, the contact time, the level of dexterity required, the associated risks, etc.

In order to meet the diversity of hazardous situations that exist, Mapa Professional proposes a wide range of protective gloves designed using polymers, which, due to their intrinsic nature, will behave differently with respect to the same chemical product.

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Common polymer: the most frequently used materials for chemical protection gloves.

Specific polymer: this target protection against certain families of aggressive chemicals. They are generally more expensive than common materials.

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