High-Temperature Cleanroom Gloves
for dry handling (gloves are not liquid-tight) at
contact temperatures from -210°F to 1200°F (-134.4°C to 649°C)
no fiberglass or other hazardous materials
nylon liner reduces particulate generation when
gloves are donned or removed
lengths of 14", 18", or 27" (356 mm, 457 mm, 686 mm), thoroughly protect
packaged in ESD-safe material
gloves are designed for dry handling of materials with
contact temperatures as high as 1200°F (644°C).
tough outer shell does not burn, char, melt, or outgas
at temperatures that could cause contamination or shedding.
It breaks down into CO2 and H2O.
And the special, high-density nylon liner reduces particulates
that are generated through donning or removal of gloves—the
times when highest particle counts occur.
Mid-Temperature Cleanroom Gloves
for contact temperatures from -78.5°F to +450°F (-61.4°C to 232°C),
in both wet and dry environments
design is ideal for wave solder operations
material resists solvents, fluxes, abrasions and
nylon lining prevents liner shedding and particle
generation when gloves are donned or removed
are shipped in ESD-safe packaging for immediate
gloves are specially designed for use in wave-solder
operations that require temperature tolerance, liquid
resistance, and noncontaminating properties. A specially
compounded PolyTuff™ polyurethane material produces
a glove that is extremely comfortable for extended wearing.
In addition, it has outstanding abrasion and puncture
Ultimate Acid/ALKALI™ Gloves
designed to withstand most commonly used cleanroom
and laboratory process acids and caustics
- Hypalon® provides maximum sensitivity and comfort along with
processed for cleanroom use (Class 100)
snag, puncture, and abrasion resistance
tough 12-mil-thick gloves are especially designed to
withstand most commonly used cleanroom process acids
and caustics in industries such as semiconductors and
Ultimate Acid/Alkali™ gloves were shown
suitable for cleanroom use, in performance testing that
measured particle count per ASTM F-24 and ASTM F-312
and permeation per ASTM F-739. Measurement of extractables
found no ionic contamination, and less than 1 percent
nonvolatile residue. However, because of the wide divergence
in testing practices and applications in the semiconductor
industry, the user must conduct specific tests as needed
to determine the glove's suitability for his intended
use. Gloves are packaged one pair/poly bag; 5 pairs/case.