Chemical Compatibility Chart for Disposable Gloves

Chemical Compatibility Chart
For Disposable Gloves

A Warning: The information in this chart was supplied to by other reputable sources and is to be used ONLY as a guide in selecting gloves for chemical compatibility testing. Variability in material thickness, chemical concentration, temperature, and length of exposure to chemicals will affect specific performance.

Always test the products with the specific chemicals and under the specific conditions of your application. does not warrant (neither expressed nor implied) the accuracy or completeness of this chart or that any material is suitable for any purpose.

Compatibility Ratings
A — Very Good or Excellent
B — Good
C — Fair
D — Not recommended
— — No data available

Brand of glove Microflex® Ansell Best™
Diamond Grip™
NeoPro™ Nitron One® Freeform™ Touch-N-Tuff™
Glove material Latex Chloroprene Nitrile Nitrile Nitrile Nitrile
Chemical Compatibility rating
Acetic Acid A A A A A D
Acetone A B D D D D
Acetonitrile — A — — C D
Ammonium Hydroxide A A A A B A
Carbon Tetrachloride D C B B — D
Chloroform D B D D — D
Ethanol A A A A — D
Ethyl Ether B A B B B D
Formaldehyde A A A A A A
Hexane D C B B A A
Hydrochloric Acid B A B B A A
Isopropanol — A — — A —
Kerosene C — A A A A
Methanol A A A A — A
Nitric Acid; 10% D B C C A A
Phosphoric Acid B A A A — A
Potassium Hydroxide A A A A — A
Sodium Hydroxide A A A A A A
Sulfuric Acid; 47% Battery Acid A B B B A B