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Chemoprene disposable neoprene gloves offer true comfort, quality and protection.
Their superior formulation allows the glove to resemble the fit and feel of latex, while providing better elongation and tensile strength than nitrile. Not only are our neoprene gloves latex free, making them ideal for latex allergy sufferers, they offer superior comfort levels to most other types of disposable gloves.
Chemoprene disposable neoprene gloves also offer outstanding permeation resistance to acids, bases, alcohols and even cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs.
For more information on the chemical resistance/permeation properties of neoprene gloves, please refer to the information at the bottom of this page and also in our
Chemical Resistance Table, where the material is listed as polychloroprene. For further details, please don't hesitate to contact us on 1300 727 535.
- Powder free
- Polymer inner-coating to assist with donning
- Latex free
- Outstanding chemical resistance, including higher resistance to alcohols and acids
- Medical grade examination gloves
- Higher resistance than latex gloves to non-polar solvents
- Colour green for easy recognition
- Substantially lower modulus than nitrile gloves for greater stretchability
- Higher elongation than nitrile gloves
- Textured fingertips provide extra grip for wet or dry situations
- Listed on the Register of Therapeutic Goods
- For single use, non sterile
- Meets Australian Standard AS/NZS 4011:1997 / Amdt 1.1998
- Chemotherapy treatment - use with Cytotoxic drugs
- Hospitals and medical clinics
- Ambulance and emergency services
- Pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries
- Medical and research laboratories
- Automotive/panel shops
- Chemical processing and manufacturing
- Industrial cleaning
- Handling acids, caustics and alcohols
- Tested under ASTM F 739-99a for permeation resistance to the following cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs. No breakthrough was detected up to 120 minutes on: Cyclophosphamide, Doxorubicin Hydrochloride, 5-Fluorouracil, Cisplatin, Etoposide, Paclitaxel, Thio-Tepa, Mitomycin C, Daunorubicin HCI, Ifosfamide, Melphalan, Idarubicin HCI, Carboplatin, Bleomycin Sulfate, Mitoxantrone, Cytarabine HCI. Carmustine, breakthrough detection was 55 minutes.
Furthermore, we have tested our Chemoprene gloves for:
- Biocompatibility, Skin irritation and Dermal Sensitisation (ASTM F-719, 720 ISO 10993) Thiurams and mercaptobenzothiazoles free - reduces the risk of contact dermatitis.
- Viral Permeation for Resistance to Blood borne Pathogens (Phi X0174 Bacteriophage ASTM F 1671-97)
- Residual Accelerators using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate (ZDBC) - Residual Concentration: Not Detectable Zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate (ZDBC) - Residual Concentration: Not Detectable
- Chemical Permeation Resistance to Industrial Chemicals to EN 374-2, EN 374-3 and ASTM F-739-99. No breakthrough was detected up to 480 minutes on: 40% Sulphuric Acid, 10% Sodium Hydroxide, 50% Nitric Acid. Methyl Ethyl Ketone breakthrough time detected at 8 minutes.