The Cold Comfort Blue PVC gloves have a removable liner. Some insulated PVC gloves have a built-in lining, which once it gets wet the glove loses warmth. Plus its nearly impossible to dry a wet glove. Not with the Cold Comfort. The removable liner allows you to separately dry the glove and liner! The acrylic liner is extremely soft and warm. You can also substitute in other liners for greater warmth such as the Seirus Heatwave Glove Liner.
- Waterproof & Chemical Resistant Blue PVC Gloves
- Insulated glove keeps hands warm
- Stays flexible in temperatures as low as -4 F
- Wide range of chemical resistantance (see guide below)
- No uncomfortable seams
- Protection from abrasions and punctures
- Curved ergonomic shape
- Tested for quality assurance
Cold weather protection for freezer plants, cold storage, commercial fishing, agriculture, construction, transportation and road work.
When you need Cold Comfort the most...
Working in sub-freezing temperatures...
Handling equipment while exposed to harsh winter weather...
Carrying ice blocks or other cold & heavy items...
Measure your hand to get the ATLAS Glove custom fit.
To find out your glove size, measure (in inches) around your hand with a tape measure at the place indicated on the diagram shown at right. Use the measurements below to determine your proper glove size.
|Chemical Resistance Guide for ATLAS 495 PVC Gloves
AMMONIA LIQUID 28%
HYDROCHLORIC ACID 20%
HYDROCHLORIC ACID 37%
NITRIC ACID 20%
SODIUM HYDROXIDE 20%
SULPHURIC ACID 20%
HYDROFLOURIC ACID 48%
NITRIC ACID 66%
SULPHURIC ACID 80%
METHYL BUTHYL KETONE
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
|This Chemical Resistance Guide should only be used as a general guide. Resistance is affected by factors such as temperature, concentration, etc. Atlas recommends that a suitability test be performed prior to use. Permeation of chemicals through a glove may not be visible to the wearer. Holes, punctures or slices in a glove would render it useless against chemical or fluid penetration. Air test gloves prior to use to check for holes. Some chemicals have not been tested.