- Freedom of movement, due to the anatomical shape and excellent comfort from the seamless textile support
- Good tear-resistance
- Good resistance to many diluted acids and bases
Construction Industry (Masons / Plasterers)
- Preparing and pouring mortar and cement
- Work with composite materials (resins)
Local Authorities (Cleaning)
- Handling household detergents
- Type BKPT
|Interior Finish||Textile support|
|Size||5 6 7 8 9 10|
Instructions for use
- It is recommended to check that the gloves are suitable for the intended use, because the conditions of use at the workplace may differ from the "CE"-type tests.
- It is not recommended for persons sensitized to natural latex, dithiocarbamates and thiazoles to use these gloves.
- Put the gloves on dry, clean hands.
- Do not use the gloves in contact with a chemical for a duration in excess of the measured breakthrough time. Refer to the website www.mapa-pro.com or contact the Technical Customer Service - MAPA PROFESSIONNEL (email@example.com) in order to know this breakthrough time. Use 2 pairs alternatively when in long duration contact with a solvent.
- Turn the cuff end down in order to prevent a hazardous chemical from dripping onto the arm.
- Inspect the gloves for cracks or snags before reusing them.
Store the gloves in their original packaging protected from direct sunlight, far from heat sources or electric equipment.
Before taking off the gloves, clean them as appropriate :
- in use with a solvent (alcohol, etc...) : rub over with a dry cloth
- in use with detergents, acids or alkalies : thoroughly rinse the gloves under running water, and rub over with a dry cloth
Caution : inappropriate usage of the gloves or submitting them to a cleaning or laundering process which is not specifically recommended, can alter their performance levels.
Ensure the inside of the gloves is dry before putting them on again.
This product is not classified hazardous according to the regulation (EC) n°1272/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council. This product does not contain more than 0.1 % of substance of very high concern (SVHC) or any substance included in the annex XVII of the regulation n° 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council (REACH).
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.
Meaning of colors :
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
|Chemical Product||CAS #||Breakthrough time|
|2-Nitropropane 99%||79-46-9||15||1||EN 374-3:2003||3|
|2-Propanol (Isopropanol) 99%||67-63-0||40||2||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Acetic acid 99%||64-19-7||NT||NT||3|
|Acetone 99%||67-64-1||1||0||EN 374-3:2003||NT|
|Butyl Acetate 99%||123-86-4||5||0||EN 374-3:2003||1|
|Cyclohexane 99%||110-82-7||6||0||EN 374-3:2003||1|
|Dimethylformamide 99%||68-12-2||38||2||EN 374-3:2003||3|
|Ethanol 95%||64-17-5||11||1||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Formaldehyde 37%||50-00-0||480||6||EN 16523-1:2015||4|
|Hydrogen peroxide 30%||7722-84-1||480||6||EN 16523-1:2015||4|
|Methanol 99%||67-56-1||21||1||EN 374-3:2003||3|
|Methyl Ethyl Ketone (2-Butanone) 99%||78-93-3||5||0||EN 374-3:2003||3|
|Nitric acid 10%||7697-37-2||NT||NT||4|
|Nitric acid 20%||7697-37-2||NT||NT||4|
|Sodium hydroxide 20%||1310-73-2||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Sodium hydroxide 40%||1310-73-2||480||6||EN 16523-1:2015||4|
|Sodium hydroxide 50%||1310-73-2||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||NT|
|Sodium Metabisulfite 20%||7681-57-4||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Sulfuric acid 10%||7664-93-9||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Sulfuric acid 40%||7664-93-9||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|Sulfuric acid 50%||7664-93-9||480||6||EN 374-3:2003||4|
|t-Butyl Methyl Ether 98%||1634-04-4||6||0||EN 374-3:2003||2|
|Toluene 99%||108-88-3||4||0||EN 374-3:2003||1|
|Xylene 99%||1330-20-7||2||0||EN 374-3:2003||1|
*not normalized result