Perfect for dishes, scrubbing greasy pots, pans and grills...
Use with ink, paint, glue, oil, turpentine and other strong chemicals...
Keep your hands from smelling like gasoline...
ChemResist gloves are also cut, tear and puncture resistant...
Using gloves while working makes cleaning up afterwards much easier...
Keep your ChemResist gloves next to your household chemicals...
Measure your hand to get the ATLAS Glove custom fit.
To find out your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure at the place indicated on the diagram shown at right. Use the measurements below to determine your proper glove size.
Chemical Resistance Guide for ATLAS 720 Nitrile Gloves
This Chemical Resistance Guide should only be used as a general guide. Resistance is affected by factors such as temperature, concentration, etc. Atlas recommends that a suitability test be performed prior to use. Permeation of chemicals through a glove may not be visible to the wearer. Holes, punctures or slices in a glove would render it useless against chemical or fluid penetration. Air test gloves prior to use to check for holes. Some chemicals have not been tested.
100% Liquid proof
Wide range of chemical resistantance (see guide below)
No uncomfortable seams
Protection from abrasions and punctures
Curved ergonomic shape
Nitrile provides better dexterity than PVC gloves
Belima liner wicks away moisture
Tested for quality assurance
No latex allergies
Posted by: Mary from Santa Fe, NM
I have been using these gloves for 6+ yrs. and they're great for dishwashing & cleaning wet surfaces. Long-lasting, comfortable & rarely get holes like most rubber gloves on the market. I highly recommend them.
Posted by: Larry from Plain City , Oh
I have a lawn service company and use these gloves while spraying weed control products and filling the spray tank with the herbicide.
They seem to hold up well and protect my hands and arms from coming into contact with the spray material.
Posted by: from ,
These Gloves are great for gardening, and lots of other uses around the house.
Posted by: Susan from ,
Heavy Duty reasonably priced gloves.
Posted by: Hughesbrews from Chicago, IL
Have been pretty good for saving my hands while using StarSan for sanitizing homebrewing equipment! Got these because they are chemical resistant to phosphoric acid (in StarSan). Gives off a slight sulfury odor, but I rinse them right after immersion in sanitizer and they seem to be holding up great! Whatever you measure for your hand/glove size, add an inch or two if you want a little wiggle room in the glove