According to Ansell (Iselin, NJ), its Microflex 93-260 is the thinnest chemical resistant, single use glove available on the market today. This breakthrough solution offers tough protection against a broad range of chemicals, while still providing the dexterity and tactility of a thin, disposable glove.
Traditional disposable gloves are designed to provide protection against chemicals for only short periods of time – in the event of a splash; while chemical gloves typically have a thicker, sturdier design for longer lasting protection. The new Microflex 93-260 is a thin, disposable glove designed to offer higher levels of protection against chemicals for longer periods of time than ordinary single use gloves. The glove achieves this through an innovative three-layer design that resists a wide range of aggressive chemicals. The exterior nitrile layer delivers maximum protection against organic solvents, while the soft neoprene middle layer provides acid and base resistance. A final interior layer provides a continual dry feel, while also easing the donning and doffing process. The glove is just 7.8 mils thick, so it offers this superior protection while also providing enhanced tactility and dexterity for easy handling of small parts and tools.
The thin design and chemical resistance of the Microflex 93-260 makes it an excellent hand protection solution for a broad range of applications including laboratory work, paint shop work, assembly and fabrication and general maintenance and repair.