Chemical-Liquid Proof Gloves
Chemical- or liquid-proof gloves essentially are coated gloves. To be completely chemical or liquid proof versus just chemical and liquid resistant, the gloves must be fully coated. As a fully coated glove, they either can be supported or unsupported, which means with or without a lining. Supported gloves can have a variety of fabric linings that add to the comfort and fit of the gloves. The key with coated gloves is to make sure that with whatever coated glove you use, the coating is resistant to the types of chemicals that are present. These gloves have several coating options including latex rubber, nitrile rubber, polyurethane, PVC and neoprene. Other, less common coatings that also are used include PVA, butyl or Viton. See this link for more help.