Ansell’s Permeation/Degradation Resistance Guide for Ansell Chemical Resistant Gloves
When reviewing the following recommendations, remember that tests are conducted under laboratory conditions, and that actual workplace conditions usually dictate a combination of performance capabilities. A product’s resistance to cuts, punctures, and abrasion must also be taken into account as a critical usage factor. A glove with excellent permeation resistance may not be adequate if it tears or punctures easily. Always factor in the physical performance requirements of the job or application when selecting a chemical resistant glove.