Ansell AlphaTec 87-600 Ultra-Thin Chemical-Resistant Gloves
Looking for gloves that can offer strength and elasticity? The Ansell AlphaTec 87-600 Ultra-Thin Chemical-Resistant Gloves are tough, dextrous, and ideal for secure handling of hazardous substances. The natural rubber latex and neoprene blend gloves are ideal for use in the agricultural, automotive, construction, chemical, and metal fabrication industries for a range of cleaning and handling tasks. With an ultra-thin design these gloves provide a high level of tactility suitable for precision handling.
Which Size Ultra-Thin Gloves Should I Wear?
The Ansell AlphaTec Ultra-Thin Gloves are available in a range of sizes, making it easier to find the right fit. To discover which size glove you should be wearing, start by measuring the length of your hand and the circumference of your palm (as seen below).
Once you have these measurements, compare them to the table below to find out which size is the best fit for your hands.
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 7.5 - 8 ||190.5 - 203mm ||176.5 - 182mm |
|Size 8.5 - 9 ||216 - 229mm ||187 - 192mm |
|Size 9.5 - 10 ||241.5 - 254mm ||198 - 204mm |
Who Can Use the Chemical-Resistant Gloves?
These chemical-resistant gloves are ideal for handling a range of hazardous materials. They are particularly useful for the agricultural, automotive, construction, chemical, and metal fabrication industries. Recommended applications of these gloves include:
- Janitorial use
- Assembling and mounting components
- Chemical handling
- Maintenance of plant and machines
How Can the AlphaTec Gloves Protect My Hands?
The AlphaTec Ultra-Thin gloves have a selection of safety features which make them suitable for handling hazardous materials. This includes:
- Type B chemical resistance for secure handling of a selection of hazardous chemicals
- Chlorinated design helps to reduce the risk of an allergic reaction to latex
- Ultra-thin construction offers a high level of tactility for secure precision handling
Testing to European Standards
EN388: Mechanical Resistance
|Hazard ||Resistance Level |
|Abrasion Resistance ||N/A |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 0 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 0 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||N/A |
EN ISO 374-1: Chemical Resistance
- EN ISO 374-1: Type B: KLT
|Chemical ||Breakthrough Time |
|Sodium Hydroxide (40%) ||> 480 minutes |
|Sulphuric Acid (96%) ||36 minutes |
|Formaldehyde (37%) ||> 480 minutes |
Please note: While the gloves offer a good level of protection for most of the chemicals listed, they only offer splash protection for sulphuric acid.
EN ISO 374-5: Resistance to Micro-organisms
These gloves meet the European Standards for resistance to bacteria and fungi.
EN421: Radioactive Resistance
These gloves meet the European Standards for resistance to radioactive contamination.
Key Features and Benefits
- Pair of ultra-thin natural rubber latex and neoprene blend gloves
- Ideal for janitorial work and handling hazardous chemicals
- Ultra-thin design, only 0.43mm thick, offers superb tactility for secure precision handling
- Chlorinated material reduces the risk of the wearer having an allergic reaction to the latex
- Elastic design allows for high level of dexterity
- Fish-scale texture enhances grip power
- Designed to provide protection against bacteria and fungi
- Designed to provide protection against radioactive contamination
- Available in a range of sizes, so finding the perfect fit is easy
What Are the Gloves Made From?
- Natural rubber latex and Neoprene blend
Documentation for the AlphaTec 87-600 Gloves