Viper Chemical Gloves

Product Info

Higher flexibility for long duration wear comfort
High dexterity
High abrasion
Super grip
Impermeable protection

Suitable for use

Petrochemical Industry
Component Assembly
Mild Chemicals, Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses and Food Products
Chemical Processing
Metal Fabrication
Tools & working in processing applications in fishing
Metal Treatment
Water Treatment Industries

Product Details

Dromex® Viper seamless, double dipped coated, PVC (Polyvinyl) gloves are extremely soft and flexible in comparison to traditional PVC gloves. Provides enhanced dexterity and protects the hands and arms against the hazards of chemicals, mechanical risks and microorganisms. Dromex® Viper 35cm length gloves feature the following:
• Extra length cuff for added arm protection.
• Gauntlet cuff on the wrist for a comfortable fit over garments sleeves.
• Textured palm for grip in wet and oily environments.
• Impermeable protection.
• High abrasion protection and tear resistance.
• A comfortable cotton liner absorbs perspiration for extended wear.

Suitable for use when handling chemicals, tools and working in processing applications such as fishing, assembly, metal fabrication, chemical processing, petrochemical refining, metal treatment (acid, plating), waste water and water treatment industries. A comfortable cotton liner absorbs perspiration for ultra-comfortable extended wear. Viper chemical protection is as follow

Methanol (A) – Level 1
• n-Heptane (J) – Level 1
• 40% sodium hydroxide (K) – Level 6
• 96% Sulphuric Acid (L) – Level 4

Special Instructions
Although the manufacturer has examined these gloves under the system for ensuring quality of production by means of monitoring and inspection, we recommend that all gloves should be thoroughly inspected before use to ensure no damage is present. None of the materials or processes used in the manufacture of these products are known to be harmful to the wearer. The gloves and information contained herein are designed to accommodate the basic safety requirements and standards for Personal Protective Equipment. Actual conditions of use cannot be directly simulated in a test environment, therefore it is the responsibility of the user and not the manufacturer or supplier to determine the suitability for intended use.

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