Since there are so many manufactures and types (material and thickness) of gloves I would think it is going to be almost impossible to find what you are looking for.
Glove charts are specific to each manufacturer. If your glove supplier cannot provide this information, it is recommended that gloves be purchased from a supplier that can provide an appropriate glove chart and/or technical information on breakthrough times and permeation rates for glove materials. Without this information, it is difficult to determine whether gloves can provide the right level of protection.
There are some good charts that show recommend use based on glove material put permeation rates are going to come from the manufacturer that tests their actual gloves.
From: Jessica Martin
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2021 6:26 PM
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Glove permeation chart - not company
I am looking for a chart of chemical permeation of different types of gloves - BUT I am trying to find one that isn't produced by a for-profit company.
Does anyone know if this exists? If so, link would be most helpful!
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