Product Comparison & Selection

Chemical & Liquid Protection

NEOPRENE

Neoprene resists a broad range of oils, acids, caustics and solvents, but is less resistant to snags, punctures, abrasions and cuts than nitrile or natural rubber. This chart shows the characteristics of our neoprene gloves, making it easy to find the right choice for your application.

Duty/ GloveStyle #Liner materialCuff styleGrip designLength mmThickness mmPowder-free
Immersion
Scorpio®Cotton JerseyGauntletSmooth Finish350Not applicable
Cotton JerseyGauntletSmooth Finish800Not applicable
Cotton JerseyGauntletSmooth Finish300Not applicable
Cotton JerseyGauntletSmooth Finish350Not applicable
Cotton JerseyGauntletSmooth Finish450Not applicable
Double insulating linerGauntletRough Finish450Not applicable
Double insulating linerGauntletRough Finish660Not applicable
Interlock cottonGauntletRough Finish300Not applicable
Interlock cottonGauntletRough Finish350Not applicable
Neotop®Cotton flockingStraightLozenge3000.75No
Splash
TouchNTuff®N/ARolled beadedSmooth3050.13Yes
N/ARolled beadedSmooth3050.13Yes
NeoTouch®Rolled beadedTextured fingertips2400.13Yes
Rolled beadedTextured fingertips2850.13Yes
TouchNTuff® DermaShield®N/AStraightBisque fingertips3100.175Yes
DermaShield®N/ARolled beadedBisque fingertips3100.175Yes
N/ARolled beadedBisque fingertips3100.175Yes
Microflex®BeadedTextured Fingers2450.10Yes