Do you know PU coated work gloves?
With its great stretch, strength, and low particulate shed, polyurethane adds a whole other
class of properties to the palm-coated glove category.
Although it has been around for roughly seventy years, appreciation for its non-allergenic
properties for use in medical equipment has grown only recently.
Known as having the unique quality of being quite ‘grippy’ without being sticky, finishing
processes or substances like powder and chlorination are not required to reduce tackiness.
Polyurethane’s softness, combined with great puncture and abrasion resistance, make it a
most versatile polymer. It is a very desirable coating for cut-resistant gloves, because it
provides grip and boosts puncture resistance, all without adding bulk or reducing touch
sensitivity. In addition, the low-particulate shed makes it a perfect choice for those
working with electronics and in cleanrooms.
Chemically, polyurethane has excellent resistance to oils, solvents, fats, greases, gasoline, oxidation and ozone but has poor resistance to hot water and is not recommended for use above 79°C.
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