Our Protective CBRN Gloves provide up to 24 hours of protection against nuclear, biological, and chemical threats. They’ve been proven through extensive testing to perform in even the most extreme conditions. Featuring durable butyl rubber construction and an ambidextrous design, these hazmat gloves are a practical choice and an outstanding value that doesn’t compromise on protection.
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- Butyl rubber construction (standard for most CBRN/Hazmat protocols)
- Superior resistance against hazardous chemical splashes and exposure
- Provides up to 24 hours of protection against vaporized chemical warfare agents
- Designed to be worn for up to 30 days without losing chemical resistance or flexibility
- Impermeable to biological agents and nuclear fallout
- Each ambidextrous glove features corrugated joints, textured palms and fingerprints, and a snug fit to prevent slippage
- Extra-long cuffs are easier to integrate with hazmat suit
- Dusted with non-irritant, non-toxic mineral powder
- Shelf life of up to 15 years in original packaging and optimum conditions (See below for details)
- Smooth exterior finish allows for quick and easy decontamination
- In compliance with EEC Directive for Personal Protective Equipment (89/686/EEC)
Technical Specifications for Protective CBRN Gloves
Durable butyl hazmat gloves are an absolute necessity for any complete PPE kit. Our protective CBRN gloves help meet that need for numerous law enforcement agencies, militaries, and civilians from all over the world.
Unlike other hazmat gloves, these CBRN protective gloves come with a number of mobility-enhancing features that improve the user’s ability to manipulate firearms, operate machinery, and navigate their environment while wearing full-body PPE.
They’re designed to integrate seamlessly with a wide range of hazmat suits using Kappler Chemtape to seal the junctions. And they’ve been extensively tested to meet a variety of different standards (see below).
Our Protective CBRN Gloves also have a substantially longer shelf life than most competitors. When kept in their original packaging they can last up to 15 years and still work perfectly. As a result, you get better value and easier logistics in the long-run.
|Gloves Size Chart (in)|
|Order size||Unit of||XS||SM||MD||LG||XL||XXL|
|Middle finger length||in||2.95||3.15||3.35||3.54||3.74||3.94|
|Width of palm||in||3.74||3.86||3.98||4.09||4.21||4.33|
|Length of gloves||in||13.58||13.78||13.98||14.17||14.37||14.57|
|Weight of each pair||lbm||0.46||0.46||0.49||0.51||0.53||
Technical Details for Protective CBRN Gloves
Protective CBRN Gloves meet the following testing standards:
- DEF STAN 93-55/2, Annex A: Method of Test for Penetration of Mustard Gas
- DEF STAN 93-55/2, Annex B: Method of Test for Penetration of Mustard Gas Decontamination
- QSTAG 991: .Standard Tests for Measuring the Penetration of CW Agents through Protective Clothing
- TOP 8-2-501: Permeation and Penetration Testing of Materials with Chemical Agents or Simulants (Swatch Testing)
- TOP 10-2-022: Chemical Vapor and Aerosol System Level Testing of Chemical/ Biological Protective Suits
- EN 374-1: 2003: Protective Gloves against Chemicals and Microorganisms (Terminology and Performance Requirements)
- EN 374-2: 2003: Protective Gloves against Chemicals and Microorganisms (Determination of Resistance to Penetration)
- EN 374-3: 2003: Protective Gloves against Chemicals and Microorganisms (Determination of Resistance to Permeation)
- EN 388: 2003: Protective Gloves against Mechanical Risks
- EN 420: 1994: Protective Gloves: General Requirements and Test Methods
- EN 1149-1: Electrostatic Properties (Protective Clothing)
- ASTM D412: Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers - Tension
- ASTM D624: Tear Strength of Conventional Vulcanized Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers
- ASTM F739: Permeation of Liquids and Gases through Protective Materials
- ASTM D1053: Stiffening at Low Temperatures: Flexible Polymers and Coated Fabrics
- ASTM F1342: Test Method for Protective Clothing Material Resistance to Puncture
- ASTM F1790: Test Method for Measuring Cut Resistance of Materials used in Protective Clothing
- ASTM D2240: Rubber Property, Durometer Hardness
- FTMS 191A Method 5931: Electrostatic Decay of Fabrics
Butyl Gloves Storage
MIRA Safety Protective CBRN Gloves (like all butyl rubber gloves) should be stored in their original packaging in a dark room at a temperature between 41°F and 77°F with a relative humidity of less than 75%. In these conditions, these gloves can be stored for 15 years. Manufacturer advises these gloves can be stored at temperature extremes of -50°C to 60°C (-58°F to 140°F) if needed. These gloves are 100% butyl rubber and should be handled as such, so inspect for cracking especially in flexion spots after use.