About PU gloves


PU finger-coated gloves have excellent anti-static properties and are resistant to washing. The harm of static electricity to the human body, the discomfort caused by static electricity when the human body moves or wears off. The clothes caused by static electricity are close, tangled, not easy to stain, dirty and easy to wash. PU finger-coated gloves are widely used in electronics, machinery manufacturing, and other industries. It is mainly used in the ESD environment that requires gloves, such as the electronics and instrumentation industries.

Features: The fingertip part is semi-circular, alleviating the pressure generated by the fingertip during operation;

Not easily contaminated with dust, suitable for cleaners;

Strong elasticity, completely fit the hand shape, not easy to slip, flexible finger activity, suitable for fine work;

Strong air permeability, suitable for long working hours. Application: Suitable for low current, instrument assembly, product inspection and other fingertip workplaces and electronic products.

Inspection projects of various research institutes, etc.

It is mainly used in the antistatic environment such as electronics, meters and other industries that require gloves to operate, which can prevent the damage and aging of electronic components caused by static electricity. In the petrochemical industry, it can prevent combustion and other dangers caused by static electricity.

It is made of anti-static cloth or anti-static knitted fabric. Use ESD/purification gloves in ESD environments.

When using PU finger-coated gloves, you need to pay attention to the following six aspects

1. There are many varieties of PU finger-coated gloves, which should be selected according to the protective function. First of all, the protection object should be clearly defined, and then carefully selected. Such as acid and alkali resistant gloves, there are strong acid (alkali) resistance, there are only low concentration of acid (alkali) resistance, solvent and chemical reagents are different. Therefore, it cannot be used indiscriminately to avoid accidents.

2. Waterproof, acid and alkali resistant gloves should be carefully checked before use to observe whether the surface is damaged, the simple way to take is to blow air into the glove, pinch the sleeve with your hand, and observe whether it is leaking. Do not use if air leaks.

3. Rubber, plastic and other protective gloves should be washed and dried after use, avoid high temperature when stored, and sprinkle talc on the product to prevent adhesion.

4. PU finger-coated gloves should be regularly tested for electrical insulation performance, and those that do not meet the requirements cannot be used.

5. Contact with strong oxidizing acids such as nitric acid, chromic acid, etc., due to strong oxidation will cause the product brittle, discoloration, early damage. High concentration of strong oxidizing acid can even cause burning, should pay attention to observation.

6. Rubber industrial gloves are only suitable for weak acids, sulfuric acid and various salts with low concentration, and must not be in contact with strong oxidizing acids (nitric acid, etc.).