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Grainger Item #: 3NPA4
Cleanroom Gloves, Hand Specific, Tri-Polymer, ISO Class 4, Thickness 20 mil, Length 14 In., Size XL, Class 10, Orange, Flat Cuff, Textured Finish, 1 Pair
 
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From:Rochester, NY, USA
Usage frequency:Daily
Yes, I recommend this product.
Trionic gloves for handling Hydrofluoric Acid
PostedApril 23, 2012
Good glove for the price. These will dry out over time and crack. Leak testing is a must but in general will last a year in use if taken care of. Will last longer if the bag containing the glove is left un-opened until use.
Prosinpervious to hf
Consdry out
Field of Industry:Rochester Precision Optics, LLC
Product used for:Handling chemicals
Years purchasing from Grainger:many
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non latex gloves used with coolant.

I am looking for a non latex glove that does not "grow" when used with coolant. I work in a secondaires factory. We do drilling, tapping, lathe and computerized mill work. All machines use coolant and most of the gloves fingers get longer with use. Since most parts are small and picked up with fingers this is a safety issue. Can you help???
Field of Industry:: Metal Secondaries
Product used for:: hand protection
Try a Nitrile material glove but avoid solvents for long duration use.
2 years, 3 months ago
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Rochester, NY, USA