Museum gloves are used for the handling of all objects in cases where the handler is aware of risks connected with the handling of art with unprotected hands. One model is specially designed for the handling of objects normally difficult to handle with gloves, e.g. glass and metal. Temart's museum gloves demonstrate the following properties:
The museum glove is to be used by museum technicians, conservators, art transportation services and framers. The smooth glove is to be preferred when handling textiles and graphic art.
The museum glove is offered in two styles, as a smooth cotton
glove ""Plain"" and with glide protection ""Anti Glide"".
Both models are manufactured in thin material for optimum
skin sensation. Elastic is placed in the neck and on the
back of the glove so that the glove sits securely. The
gloves differ in the glove grip. The ""Anti Glide"" model is
fitted with 36 PVC spots per square centimetre over the entire
grip area, as well as on the thumb and fingers. The small size
of the spots means that they leave no imprint, which can be a
problem with gloves fitted with larger spots. The spots do not
affect the sensitivity of the gloves.
Temart has deliberately chosen PVC spots rather than silicon, which is used by other manufacturers. Silicon's tendency to smear makes it unsuitable for use in anti-glide gloves.
Both models of museum gloves are offered in four sizes: S. M. L. XL.
The museum glove is delivered in packages of 12 units. Right and left gloves are packed together.
|80-101||Museum-Gloves, "Anti Glide"||S|
|80-102||Museum-Gloves, "Anti Glide"||M|
|80-103||Museum-Gloves, "Anti Glide"||L|
|80-104||Museum-Gloves, "Anti Glide"||XL|