Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Water-based PU Coated Gloves
Chemical Resistant Gloves
Cut Resistant Gloves
HPPE Cut 5 (Nitrile)
Engineered Yarn Cut 5 (PU)
High Visible Gloves
Nitrile Coated Gloves
Termal /Winter Gloves
Nitrile Micropores Coated Gloves (MICROGRIP)
Natural Rubber Latex Coated Gloves
3/4 Crinkle Coated
Fully Crinkle Coated
Liquid Proof Knitted Gloves
Antistatic Gloves (ESD)
Chemical Protection Table
Low Chemical Resistant
Heat & Flame
Relevant Australian standard: AS/NZS 2161.8:2002
Gloves giving protection from radioactive contamination and ionising radiation
This standard applies to gloves to protect from ionising radiation and radioactive contamination.
To protect from radioactive contamination, the glove has to be liquid proof and needs to pass the penetration test defined in EN374.
For gloves used in containment enclosures, the glove shall pass in addition a specific air pressure leak test.
Materials may be modelled by their behaviour to ozone cracking. This test is optional and can be used as an aid to selecting gloves.
To protect from ionising radiation, the glove has to contain a certain amount of lead or equivalent metal, quoted as lead
equivalence. This lead equivalence must be marked on each glove.