RollPruf 0716

Triple polymer provides durability and strength with color band at rolled cuff edge to identify size.

  • Hand specific design provides optimum comfort, reduced hand fatigue, available in sizes 6.5 - 9 including half sizes.
  • Good tactile sensitivity and good resistance

Specific features

Manufacturing process that guarantees a reduced rate in particles,
extractables and non-volatile residue => compatibility with ISO 4 class

Applications

  • Electronics
    • Photomask assembly, integrated circuit assembly, CD production, placement of thin layers
  • Laboratory
    • Research, analysis, manipulation of precision parts, optical processes
  • Health
    • Pharmaceutical manufacturing, manufacturing of medical equipment

Product details

  • Cat. 3
  • Low Chemical Protection EN 374
  • Micro-organisms EN 374
Material Natural latex, neoprene and nitrile
Colour Non pigmented
Interior Finish Chlorinated
Exterior Finish Smooth with pebbled fingertips
Length (inches) 12
Thickness (inches) 0.008 (8 mil)
Size 7 7.5 8 8.5 9
Packaging 1 pair/bag
200 pairs/carton

Operating instructions

Instructions for use

  • It is not recommended to persons sensitized to natural latex, dithiocarbamates and thiazoles to use these gloves .
  • Put the gloves on dry, clean hands.
  • Position the cuff over the garment to prevent skin exposure.
  • These gloves are designed for single use only.
  • If gloves have been contaminated with chemicals, do not touch the external side of the gloves when taking them off. Fold back the cuff end and pull them off while turning them inside out.

Storage conditions

Store the gloves in their sealed packaging protected from direct sunlight, far from heat sources and electrical equipment

Legislation

  • This product is not classified as hazardous according to the directive 1999/45/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
  • This product does not contain any substances of very high concern according to the regulation n° 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council (REACH).

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Chemical chart

Chemical Product CAS # BTT
(minutes)
Permeation
level
Standard Degradation
level
Rating
1,1,2-Trichlorotrifluoroethane (Freon TF or Freon 113) 99% 76-13-1 3 0 ASTM F739 NT
NA
2-Propanol (Isopropanol) 99% 67-63-0 3 0 ASTM F1383 NT
NA
4,4'-Methylenedianiline (MDA) 15% and 15% Methanol mixture 101-77-9 2 0 ASTM F739 NT
NA
Acetone 99% 67-64-1 1 0 ASTM F1383 NT
NA
Ammonium hydroxide solution 29% 1336-21-6 19 1 ASTM F1383 NT
NA
Hydrochloric acid 37% 7647-01-0 110 3 ASTM F1383 NT
NA
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (2-Butanone) 99% 78-93-3 NT NT 4
NA
Sodium hydroxide 20% 1310-73-2 480 6 EN 374-3:2003 NT
NA
Sodium hydroxide 40% 1310-73-2 480 6 EN 374-3:2003 NT
NA
Sodium hydroxide 50% 1310-73-2 480 6 EN 374-3:2003 NT
NA
Sulfuric acid 96% 7664-93-9 21 1 EN 374-3:2003 NT
NA
t-Butanol 99% 75-65-0 10 1 EN 374-3:2003 NT
NA

*not normalized result

Overall Chemical Protection Rating

Protection rating is determined by taking into account the effects of both permeation and degradation in an attempt to provide users with an overall protection guideline when using our glove products against specific chemicals.

Used for high chemical exposure or chemical immersion, limited to BTT based on a working day.

Used for repeated chemical contact, limited to total chemical exposure i.e. : accumulative BTT based on a working day.

Splash protection only, on chemical exposure the gloves should be discarded and new gloves worn as soon as possible.

Not recommended, these gloves are deemed unsuitable for work with this chemical.

NT : Not tested

NA : Not applicable because not fully tested (only degradation OR permeation results)

The chemical test data and overall chemical protection rating should not be used as the absolute basis for glove selection. Actual in-use conditions may vary glove performance from the controlled conditions of laboratory tests. Factors other than chemical contact time, such as concentration and temperature, glove thickness and glove reuse, may also affect performance. Other glove requirements, such as length, dexterity, cut, abrasion, puncture and snag resistance, or glove grip also need to be considered in making your final selection.