Industrial & Medical Grade Nitrile Eco Blue Exam Gloves Powder & Latex Free
By choosing Nitrile Eco Blue Exam Gloves Powder & Latex Free, you can be confident your gloves will be up to 3 times more puncture resistant compared to latex and vinyl gloves.
Why Nitrile Gloves? Nitrile gloves are becoming more and more commonly used in today’s workforce for many great reasons, the Nitrile gloves are loved first of all because of the glove strength, they are much more tear and puncture resistant compared to latex and vinyl gloves, they also provide much more protection when handling chemicals and paints.
Using the Nitrile gloves will also prevent commonly caused allergies are skin irritation commonly found when using latex gloves, some of the Nitrile other features include, latex-free, powder-free and odour free.
- Medical personnel: These gloves are perfect for the medical industry. Not only are they three times more puncture resistant than rubber, they also offer an impermeable barrier to dangerous viruses and other blood borne pathogens. Disposable nitrile gloves are stronger than latex, and offer protection when handling harsh chemotherapy drugs.
- Laboratory technicians: For the same reasons, disposable nitrile gloves are very useful to those working in laboratories and exposed to needles and blood products.
- Automotive workers: Resistant to petroleum and solvents, disposable nitrile gloves are also useful in the automotive industry. Whether changing the oil or handling strong de-greasers, these gloves provide protection.
- Housekeepers: Hotels or cleaning services use strong chemicals to meet the standards of cleanliness of public places, and repetitive exposure can damage skin and hands. Disposable nitrile gloves can offer a measure of safety and cut down or eliminate rashes and other skin problems.
- Tattoo artists: Disposable nitrile gloves are the gloves of choice for many tattoo artists because of their barrier to blood products, and also because of their comfortable fit and flexibility.
- Food handlers: In the kitchen, wearing gloves is mandatory in many instances. Impervious to animal fats, disposable nitrile gloves are a great choice because of their durability, comfort, and pliability.
- Furniture refinishers: Those working with polyurethanes, stains, or other solvents can find protection with disposable nitrile gloves.
- Gardeners: Working with soil, pesticides, and fertilizers can wreak havoc on the hands. Disposable nitrile gloves can stand up to heavy usage while protecting the skin from hazardous materials used in landscaping and gardening.
- Product inspectors: Product inspectors can be exposed to a variety of different substances that can pose a danger to the skin of the hands. Disposable nitrile gloves offer protection from a host of materials.
- In the home: From picking up trash to washing dishes to cleaning the toilet and everything in between, disposable nitrile gloves provides protection from a host of household chores and are very useful in everyday activities.
- Excellent Chemical Resistance
- Good for solvents, oils, greases, and some acids and bases.
- Flexible and Durable
- Protein-Free and Allergy-Free
- Great alternative to the latex glove for people with latex allergies.
- More durable than latex and vinyl and also provide protection against petroleum-based products.
- Long shelf life
- Fits comfortably
Disposable nitrile gloves have a variety of uses. Offering protection from harsh elements, these nitrile gloves are latex-free, available in a variety of sizes and colors, and come in a powdered and non-powdered form for ease of use.
Why Wearing Gloves is Important
It is important to wear nitrile gloves when working with hazardous chemicals and other materials because they protect our hands from infection and contamination. Protective nitrile gloves should be selected on the basis of the hazards involved.
- Nitrile gloves protect against most chemicals and infectious agents.
- Rubber gloves protect against mild corrosive material.
- Neoprene gloves protect against most solvents, oils, and mild corrosive materials.
- Avoid latex gloves as many people are allergic or develop allergies to this material.
When to Wear Gloves
Wear nitrile gloves when your hands may come into contact with:
- infectious materials
- radioactive materials
When NOT to Wear Gloves
- Don’t wear nitrile gloves when touching common surfaces, such as telephones, computers, door knobs, and elevator buttons, or that may be touched without nitrile gloves by others.
- Don’t wear nitrile gloves outside of the lab. When transporting hazardous materials between labs, use secondary containers that can be carried without nitrile gloves. (Bring nitrile gloves and spill materials in case of an accident)
S, M, L, XL, XXL
1 Carton (10 Boxes), 100 pcs (1 Box)