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DUPONT™ TYCHEM® PV350

PV350 BK CF

Extremely durable, cotton-lined PVC construction with rough grip.Perfect for defensive protection from chemicals, oil and grease

Length :

14 in (356 mm)

Thickness :

55 mil (1.40 mm) Nominal coating thickness: 20 mils (0.51mm)

Liner :

Cotton/jersey liner

Coating :

Fully coated PVC

Cuff Style :

Gauntlet / Anatomical shape

Color/Grip :

Black /Rough grip finish

Packaging :

12 pairs per bag/6 bags per box: 72 total pairs

Tychem PV 350 gloves are resistant to a range of solvents and acids. They feature a rugged PVC coating for good abrasion resistance over a cotton/jersey liner for enhanced comfort and flexibility. The rough grip, combined with a 14" gauntlet, provides excellent wet grip for more secure handling.

  • CE CAT III - EN ISO 374-1:2016/TYPE B, AKLMP
  • EN388: 2016 3111X - EN ISO 374-5:2016
  • Food contact compatible
  • Provides workers barrier protection from chemicals, oil and grease
  • Provides abrasion resistance
  • Versatile and durable

AVAILABLE OPTIONS

Product Name

Sizes

Full Part Number

Article Number

Tychem® PV350

10

PV350 BK CF

D15536315

TYPICAL INDUSTRIES

  • Public Utilities
  • Petrochemical
  • Construction

APPLICATIONS

  • Oil exposure defense
  • Spill Response
  • Degreasing,
  • Tank Filling
  • Cleaning

SPECIAL WARNINGS

  • Store away from light and humidity
  • Rinse gloves in running water before removing, using a neutral detergent if necessary
  • Do not wear gloves when there is a risk of entanglement by moving parts of machines

PERMEATION DATA

Permeation is the process by which a solid, liquid or gaseouses chemical moves through a protective clothing fabric at a molecular level. Permeation data assist in the selection of the most appropriate protective garment for a particular application and in the estimation of how long it can be safely worn. Standardised test methods are used to determine the resistance of DuPont materials to permeation, the results of which can be selected according to a specific chemical, chemical class or fabric.

Hazard / Chemical Name Physical State CAS BT 0.1 ASTM F1383
Intermittent Contact
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5 Min 30 Min 60 Min 240 Min
Acetaldehyde Liquid 75-07-0 imm NT E E E E
Acetic acid (84%) Liquid 64-19-7 >480 >480 E E E E
Acetic acid ethyl ester Liquid 141-78-6 imm NT G F P P
Acetic acid pentyl ester Liquid 628-63-7 45 NT E G G NR
Acetone Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Acetonitrile Liquid 75-05-8 14 NT E E E E
Acrylamide (50%) Liquid 79-06-1 >480 >480 E E E E
Acrylicamide (50%) Liquid 79-06-1 >480 >480 E E E E
Acrylonitrile Liquid 107-13-1 imm NT E E E G
Allyl alcohol Liquid 107-18-6 62 NT E E E E
Ammonium hydroxide (28% - 30%) Liquid 1336-21-6 45 NT E E E E
Amyl acetate, n- Liquid 628-63-7 45 NT E G G NR
Amyl alcohol Liquid 71-41-0 >480 >480 E E E E
Amyl ester acetic acid Liquid 628-63-7 45 NT E G G NR
Benzene Liquid 71-43-2 17 NT E G F F
Butanol, 1- Liquid 71-36-3 102 NT E E E E
Butanol, n- Liquid 71-36-3 102 NT E E E E
Butyl acetate, n- Liquid 123-86-4 60 NT G F P P
Butyl alcohol, n- Liquid 71-36-3 102 NT E E E E
Caustic ammonia (28% - 30%) Liquid 1336-21-6 45 NT E E E E
Caustic soda (40%) Liquid 1310-73-2 >480 >480 E E E E
Caustic soda (50%) Liquid 1310-73-2 >480 >480 E E E E
Chloro benzotrifluoride, 4- Liquid 98-56-6 18 42 E E E G
Chloro form Liquid 67-66-3 imm NT NR NR NR NR
Cyanoethylene Liquid 107-13-1 imm NT E E E G
Cyanomethane Liquid 75-05-8 14 NT E E E E
Cyclo hexane Liquid 110-82-7 46 NT E E E E
Dichloro methane Liquid 75-09-2 imm NT F P NR NR
Diethyl amine Liquid 109-89-7 imm NT G P P NR
Dimethyl formamide, N,N- Liquid 68-12-2 imm NT G P NR NR
Dimethyl ketal Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Dimethyl ketone Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Ethane nitrile Liquid 75-05-8 14 NT E E E E
Ethyl acetate Liquid 141-78-6 imm NT G F P P
Ethyl benzene Liquid 100-41-4 imm NT G NR NR NR
Ethyl ethanamine, N- Liquid 109-89-7 imm NT G P P NR
Ethyl nitrile Liquid 75-05-8 14 NT E E E E
Ethylene tetrachloride Liquid 127-18-4 imm NT E G F P
Ethylene trichloride Liquid 79-01-6 imm NT NR NR NR NR
Glutaral (50%) Liquid 111-30-8 >480 >480 E E E E
Glutaraldehyde (50%) Liquid 111-30-8 >480 >480 E E E E
Hexane, n- Liquid 110-54-3 14 NT E E E E
Hydrogen peroxide (30%) Liquid 7722-84-1 >480 >240 NT NT NT NT
Hydroxy propene Liquid 107-18-6 62 NT E E E E
Ketone propane Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Methanol Liquid 67-56-1 28 NT E E G F
Methoxy 2-methylpropane, 2- Liquid 1634-04-4 20 NT E E E E
Methyl acetyl Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Methyl benzol Liquid 108-88-3 14 NT G F F F
Methyl cyanide Liquid 75-05-8 14 NT E E E E
Methyl ketone Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Methyl tert-butyl ether Liquid 1634-04-4 20 NT E E E E
Methylene chloride Liquid 75-09-2 imm NT F P NR NR
Nitric acid (65%) Liquid 7697-37-2 360 >240 NT NT NT NT
Pentanedial, 1,5- (50%) Liquid 111-30-8 >480 >480 E E E E
Pentanol, 1- Liquid 71-41-0 >480 >480 E E E E
Pentyl acetate Liquid 628-63-7 45 NT E G G NR
Phenyl ethane Liquid 100-41-4 imm NT G NR NR NR
Potassium hydroxide (45%) Liquid 1310-58-3 >480 >480 E E E E
Propan -2-one Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Propen 1-ol, 2- Liquid 107-18-6 62 NT E E E E
Propenamide (50%) Liquid 79-06-1 >480 >480 E E E E
Propenenitrile, 2- Liquid 107-13-1 imm NT E E E G
Propenoic acid nitrile Liquid 107-13-1 imm NT E E E G
Pyroacetic ether Liquid 67-64-1 imm NT G F P P
Sodium hydroxide (40%) Liquid 1310-73-2 >480 >480 E E E E
Sodium hydroxide (50%) Liquid 1310-73-2 >480 >480 E E E E
Sulfuric acid (47%) Liquid 7664-93-9 >480 >480 E E E E
Sulfuric acid (>95%) Liquid 7664-93-9 280 >240 E E E E
Tetrachloro ethylene, 1,1,2,2- Liquid 127-18-4 imm NT E G F P
Tetrahydrofuran Liquid 109-99-9 imm NT P P NR NR
Toluene Liquid 108-88-3 14 NT G F F F
Trichloro ethylene Liquid 79-01-6 imm NT NR NR NR NR
Trichloro methane Liquid 67-66-3 imm NT NR NR NR NR
Vinyl carbinol Liquid 107-18-6 62 NT E E E E
Vinyl cyanide Liquid 107-13-1 imm NT E E E G
Xylene, mixed isomers Liquid 1330-20-7 17 NT G NT NR NR
  •  (Actual) Breakthrough time at MDPR [mins]
  •  Normalized breakthrough time at 0.1 µg/cm²/min [mins]
  •  Normalized breakthrough time at 1.0 µg/cm²/min [mins]
  •  Classification according to EN 14325
  •  Steady state permeation rate [µg/cm²/min]
  •  Minimum detectable permeation rate [µg/cm²/min]
  •  Cumulative permeation mass after 480 mins [µg/cm²]
  •  Time to reach cumulative permeation mass of 150 µg/cm² [mins]
  •  Classification according to ISO 16602
  •  Chemical abstracts service registry number
  •  Minute
  •  Larger than
  •  Smaller than
  •  Immediate (< 10 min)
  •  Not tested
  •  Saturated solution
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Not attained
  •  General purpose reagent grade
  •  Based on lowest single value
  •  Actual breakthrough time; normalized breakthrough time is not available
  •  Degradation after 5 min
  •  Degradation after 30 min
  •  Degradation after 60 min
  •  Degradation after 240 min
  •  Normalized breakthrough time at 0.1 µg/cm²/min [mins] acc. ASTM F1383
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