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Chemical Resistance Guide
Glove Name - Polymer
Chemical Name
CAS Number
Conc. Overall
Chemical
Protection
Rating
Permeation

 
Degradation

 
Puncture
Rating
Breakthrough
Time       Rate
% Wgt. Chg.
(in minutes)
Mins  µg/cm2/min 5 30 60 240

STANSOLV® / A-14  -  nitrile
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
71-55-6   95% 276 53 F P P P  
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
79-34-5   98%   58.5 638 NT NT P NT  
1,1,2-Trichlorotrifluoroethane (Freon TF or Freon 113)
76-13-1   99+% >480* ND E E E E  
1,2-Dichloroethane
107-06-2   99% 18 2.94 P P P F  
1,3 - Dichlorobenzene
541-73-1   99% 73* 174 G F P P  
1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinone
872-50-4   99%   108 23.7 NT NT NT NT  
2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol
75-89-8   99.5%   42.9 1530 NT NT P NT  
2-Butoxyethanol (Butyl Cellosolve)
111-76-2   99% >480* ND E E E E  
2-Ethoxyethanol (Cellosolve)
110-80-5   99% 416* 24 E E E G  
2-Ethoxyethyl acetate (Cellosolve Acetate)
111-15-9   99% 162* 72 E G G P  
2-Propanol (Isopropanol)
67-63-0   99% >480* ND E E E E  
50% PCB 1254/Trichlorobenzene (Polychloronated Biphenyls)
Mixture       343* 216 NT NT NT NT  
Acetic Acid
64-19-7   50% >480* ND E E E E  
Acetic Acid (Glacial)
64-19-7   99%   118* 1324.2 NT NT NT NT  
Acetone
67-64-1       NT NT G P P P  
Acrylonitrile
107-13-1   99%   12 >50 NT NT P NT  
Ammonium Hydroxide
1336-21-6   29% >480* ND E E E E  
Aniline
62-53-3   98% 72* 16.8 G F P P  
Benzene
71-43-2   99% 27* 582 G F P F  
Butyl Acetate
123-86-4   99% 164 245.3 E G F F  
Carbon disulfide
75-15-0     20* 516.2 E G F E  
Carbon tetrachloride
56-23-5   98% 341* 45 E E G F  
Chlorobenzene
108-90-7   99%   42 294.4 NT NT NT NT  
Chromic Acid
7738-94-5   50%   >175* ND E E E E  
Cumene
98-82-8   95% 271* 48 E E G G  
Cyclohexane
110-82-7   99+% >480* ND E E E E  
Diesel fuel #2
Mixture       >480 ND NT NT NT NT  
Diethanolamine
111-42-2   97% >480* ND E E E E  
Diethyl Ether
60-29-7   99% 64* 78 E E E E  
Dimethylformamide
68-12-2   99%   35* 246 NT NT NT NT  
Dimethylsulfoxide(DMSO)
67-68-5   99+% >480 <0.001 E E G P 3
Epichlorohydrin
106-89-8   99%   4 >100 NT NT NT NT  
Ethanol
64-17-5   99% >480* ND E E E E  
Ethylene glycol
107-21-1   99% >480* ND E E E E  
Ethylene oxide
75-21-8   99+%   32* 126 NT NT NT NT  
Formaldehyde
50-00-0   37% >480* ND E E E E  
Freon 12
75-71-8   99+%   >480* ND NT NT NT NT  
Furfural
98-01-1   99%   61.3 >50 NT NT NT NT  
Gasoline
8006-61-9   Mixture   NT NT E E E E  
Heptane
142-82-5   99% >480 ND E E E E  
Hexane
110-54-3   99% >480* ND E E E E  
Hydrazine
302-01-2   70% >480* ND E E E E  
Hydrochloric Acid
7647-01-0   37.5%   >480* ND NT NT NT NT  
Hydrochloric Acid
7647-01-0   50%   NT NT NT NT E NT  
Hydrofluoric Acid (Hydrogen fluoride)
7664-39-3   48% 134* 28.2 E E E G  
Isobutyl alcohol
78-83-1   99%   >480 ND NT NT E NT  
Kerosene
8008-20-6   Mixture >480* ND E E E E  
m-Cresol
108-39-4   97% 210* 126 G G F F  
Methanol
67-56-1   99% 148 43 E E E E  
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
108-10-1   99%   57.3 >50 NT NT NT NT  
Mineral Spirits
68551-17-7   Mixture   NT NT E E E E  
N,N-Dimethylacetamide
127-19-5   30% >480 ND NT NT NT NT  
N,N-Dimethylacetamide
127-19-5   99% >28* ND G P P P  
Naphtha
8030-30-6       >480 ND NT NT E NT  
Nitric Acid
7697-37-2   50% 341.2 0.4 E G G P  
Nitric Acid
7697-37-2   70.5%   49* 1207.8 NT NT NT NT  
Nitrobenzene
98-95-5   99% 45* 90 G P P P  
Oleic Acid
112-80-1       NT NT E E E E  
Petroleum Ether (VM&P Naphtha)
8032-32-4   Mixture   >480* ND NT NT E NT  
Phenol
108-95-2   Saturated   255.2 2.9 NT NT G NT  
Phosphoric acid
7664-38-2   85% >480* ND E E E E  
Potassium Hydroxide
1310-58-3   50% >480* ND E E E E  
Pyridine
110-86-1   99%   26.3 584 NT NT P NT  
Rule 66 Solvent
      >480* ND E E E E  
Sodium Hydroxide
1310-73-2   50% >480* ND E E E E  
Sulfuric acid
7664-93-9   50% >480* ND E E E E  
Tert -Butyl Methyl Ether
1634-04-4   98%   >480 ND NT NT NT NT  
Tert. Amyl Methyl Ether
994-05-8   96%   >480 ND NT NT NT NT  
Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene)
127-18-4   99.9% >480 ND E G G F  
Tetrahydrofuran
109-99-9   99% 17* 4026 G P P P  
Toluene
108-88-3   99% 28* 150 G P F F  
Toluene Diisocyanate
584-84-9   98% >480* ND E F F P  
Trichloroethylene
79-01-6   98% 9* 374.4 P P P F  
Triethanolamine
102-71-6   97% >480* ND E E E E  
Turpentine
8006-64-2     >480* ND E E E E  
Unleaded gasoline
8006-61-9   Mixture >480* ND E E E E  
Vinyl Acetate
108-05-4   99% 30* 402 E F F F  
Xylene
1330-20-7   98.5% 92* 21.6 E G F P  


 

Overall Chemical Protection Rating
Protection rating is determined by taking into account the effects of both permeation and degradation in an attempt to provide users with an overall protection guideline when using our glove products against specific chemicals

 
   0    For Splash Protection Only, change glove immediately when chemical contacts glove
   1    Change glove after 5 to 30 minutes of exposure to chemical
   2    Change glove after 31 to 60 minutes of exposure to chemical
   3    Change glove after 61 to 180 minutes of exposure to chemical
   4    Change glove after 181 to 300 minutes of exposure to chemical
   5    Change glove after 301 to 480 minutes of exposure to chemical



 

ASTM F739 Permeation Key

NT = Not Tested
ND = None Detected
NRD = No Rate Determined
µg/cm2/min = Micrograms per square centimeter per minute
> Greater than
< Less than
 
ASTM D471 Degradation Key

 
Weight Change Performance Rating
0 - 10% Excellent
11 - 20% Good
21 - 30% Fair
Over 30% Poor



 

ANSI/ISEA 105-2000 Puncture Degradation Key

 
   Level 0    greater than 80% Change in puncture
   Level 1    less than or equal to 80% Change in puncture
   Level 2    less than or equal to 60% Change in puncture
   Level 3    less than or equal to 40% Change in puncture
   Level 4    less than or equal to 20% Change in puncture
*Non-Normalized Breakthrough.


The chemical test data and overall chemical protection rating should not be used as the absolute basis for glove selection. Actual in-use conditions may vary glove performance from the controlled conditions of laboratory tests. Factors other than chemical contact time, such as concentration and temperature, glove thickness and glove reuse, may also affect performance. Other glove requirements, such as length, dexterity, cut, abrasion, puncture and snag resistance, or glove grip also need to be considered in making your final selection.

 

 


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