Price for Large nitrile gloves: click here
Minimum order quantity: from 1.000,000 boxes
Payment: 100 % Pre-financed 100 % SBLC ( see PDF download )
Delivery time: 10 – 35 days
Country of origin: Europe
5.0 mil (Palm/ Finger/ Cuff)
Personal protective equipment was designed to protect the user from health and safety risks. It includes gloves, eye protection, hazmat suits, and respiratory protective equipment. In the context of Covid-19, medical devices meant to protect people from contamination and spreading of the virus have become even more critical. Since hands come in contact with many objects and surfaces, it is vital to wear hand protection. It ensures protection against heat, cold, cuts, bacteriological risks, and chemical contamination. Although the history of medical gloves dates back to 1894, the first modern versions were introduced more recently. It took another few decades for disposable gloves to reach their current position in the market. Our partner is one of the manufacturers specializing in medical examination gloves, taking advantage of this rising demand. The gloves they offer are characterized by high performance and chemical resistance specified by EN 374. They were designed to protect the patient and the user during medical examinations, diagnostic procedures, and the handling of contaminated materials. These gloves feature an ambidextrous design, rolled cuff, and textured fingers. They are an excellent choice for various tasks and are available in blue. These large nitrile gloves are classified as a type I Medical Device by Annex VII of the Medical Device Regulation 2017/745 and are compliant with standards: EN 455, EN ISO 15223-1:2016. They were manufactured according to the criteria specified in PPE Directive 2016/425 and tested with ASTM D6319.
Most gloves available on the market are latex, nitrile rubber, polyvinyl chloride, or neoprene. They are powdered or powder-free, come in many different colors and sizes. Medical gloves include examination gloves, surgical gloves, and chemotherapy gloves. All of them are tested for leak and tear resistance to ensure protection when in contact with body fluids, certain hazardous drugs, and potentially contaminated items. Since 2016 powdered medical gloves have been banned in the USA as exposure to powder may cause severe inflammation and hypersensitivity. Surgical gloves are sterile, individually packed in pairs, and have a more precise range of sizing. They are designed to act as a protective barrier to prevent the transmission of diseases between healthcare professionals and patients during surgical procedures. Examination gloves are used during procedures that do not require sterile conditions. In Europe, there are no specific requirements for personal protective equipment used in oncology. In the USA, on the other hand, there are chemotherapy gloves, which are tested with hazardous drugs. Nitrile gloves gained popularity over natural rubber latex due to their proven advantages. They are comparable with latex in comfort but do not contain latex proteins. They can be safely used by subjects suffering from type I allergies caused by natural rubber. Nitrile has a superior chemical resistance compared with other materials and enhanced tactile sensitivity. As a synthetic product, its price is more stable than latex. There is also an environmental advantage. Nitrile gloves can be packed into a more significant quantity per box, which reduces the cost of the disposal of the used products. Disposable nitrile gloves are used for a variety of activities. Since they are considered food-safe, they can be used for food preparation. Automotive industry workers often choose nitrile gloves as they are resistant to most chemicals and can withstand high temperatures. In the medical environment, they are slowly replacing latex, which has been a common choice for decades. Many other professions rely on the durability of nitrile gloves: tattoo artists, beauty professionals, dentists, vets, and laboratory workers are just a few of the many examples.
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