These can keep hands clean and protect against abrasions, but may not be strong enough to handle work with rough or sharp materials.
SEMI LEATHER GLOVE
The semi leather gloves are commonly used for moving non heat, non chemical products for house or furniture moving workers, minor welding projects, construction workers, factory logistics warehouse and other light duty tasks
LATEX COATED PALM GLOVE
Latex is used as a barrier material for gloves or glove coatings, and it is often just assumed to be another name for rubber. Latex has very high elasticity and outstanding grip compared to other glove materials, and withstands extreme temperature and tear resistance.
PVC CHEMICAL-RESISTANT GLOVE
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is a thermoplastic polymer of vinyl chloride. PVC offers good abrasion resistance, but may be susceptible to punctures, cuts, and snags. While it is flexible, it does not provide the tactile sensitivity associated with most rubber products.
NITRILE CHEMICAL RESISTANT GLOVE
Offering excellent dexterity and tactile sensitivity, these gloves provide an outstanding combination of chemical resistance and strength. They're suitable people with latex allergies.
Latex gloves are made out of a synthetic rubber, and are an ideal alternative when latex allergies are of concern. Latex gloves are the superior glove when it comes to puncture resistance. Latex gloves are often referred to as “medical grade.”
Rubber glove is a glove made out of rubber. Rubber gloves can be unsupported (rubber only) or supported (rubber coating of textile glove). Its primary purpose is protection of the hands while performing tasks involving chemicals.