Basic raw materials used to manufacture gloves include natural latex, synthetic latex (Nitrile and Neoprene) and PVC (Vinyl), either pure or mixed to optimise their strength and comfort.

Polychloroprene (Neoprene)

Polychloroprene (Neoprene)

Synthetic latex, the result of polymerisation of a chlorate compound known as polychloroprene, offers good chemical resistance to some diluted acids and to oil-based products. In addition, it offers the same comfort as natural latex (Neoprene is a brand registered by the DuPont Corporation).
NBR (Nitrilo, Butadieno Rubber)

NBR (Nitrilo, Butadieno Rubber)

Nitrile is a 100% synthetic co-polymer and the production process is very similar to rubber.

    Finish
  • Nitrile (micro) foam. If Nitrile is foamed the coating behaves like a sponge in contact with smooth oily surfaces. It soaks the oils, displacing them and improving the grip considerably.
  • Nitrile smooth.
  • Nitrile sandy.
  • Nitrile Sponge
PVC

PVC

Polyvinylchloride or PVC is the 3rd most widely produced plastic. It can be made soft by adding plasticizers and is seen to replace rubber.
Polyurethane

Polyurethane

PU is a polymer and was first develop by Bayer in 1937 as a high performance coating.

    Finish
  • Normal Solvent PU
  • Water based PU – chemical not used during the process, so it’s DMF free and eco-friendly
Látex

Látex

Although it can also be synthetic latex (such as Neoprene) the most used latex is natural latex rubber.

    Finish
  • Latex crinkle
  • Latex foam
  • Latex sandy
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