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Minimum order quantity: from 1.000,000 pieces
Payment: 100 % Pre-financed 100 % LC ( see PDF download )
Delivery time: 30 – 45 days production 30 Tage Transport
Country of origin: China
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Increased demand for disposable latex gloves and their alternatives.
At the beginning of 2020 the demand for disposable gloves and face masks increased significantly. Hospitals, companies and households were stocking up on products that would help to protect the health of employees, patients and family members. Suppliers were forced to increase the number of production lines, purchase new machinery and employ staff members to keep up with this rising demand. One of these manufacturers, located in Vietnam, successfully made all necessary adjustments to reach a monthly production capacity of almost 13 million boxes. Their products are available in the USA, Japan, Korea and in the European Union. These gloves are manufactured in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 13485:2016 quality management systems. Before approval these products undergo rigorous evaluation to ensure that they fulfil the standard requirements. Tensile strength, physical dimensions, puncture resistance and efficacy as a viral barrier are the properties for which the gloves are explicitly tested. The gloves from the manufacturer in Vietnam meet requirements specified in ASTM D6319, EN374 and EN455. Their nitrile gloves are ambidextrous and feature textured fingers as well as beaded cuffs. Available in sizes from extra-small to extra-large. Choosing the right size is crucial, especially in medical settings where health of caregivers and patients could be at risk. The development of disposable gloves has become a multi-billion dollar industry over the past few decades. With so many types available it is good to know which one to choose.
Choosing between disposable latex gloves, vinyl gloves and nitrile rubber gloves.
The market of personal protective equipment is thriving as never before, mainly due to the global pandemic. Since there are many diverse applications of disposable gloves manufacturers ensure that the customers have a multitude of options to choose from. Disposable latex gloves provide the highest level of comfort and flexibility. They are however, not suitable for people with latex allergies. These allergies are the bodies reaction to certain proteins found in natural rubber latex. Itchy skin and hives are some possible symptoms. Luckily, there are alternatives – such as nitrile and vinyl. Vinyl disposable gloves are made out of PVC. They are inexpensive to manufacture, but also less durable than other materials. This type of glove is not recommended when dealing with chemical or biomedical exposure. Vinyl gloves can be used for a variety of activities, including the handling of food, painting, gardening and many more. They offer protection from oily substances, acids and other liquids. Due to their anti-static nature, they are useful when working with wires and cords. Nitrile rubber is a synthetic rubber characterised by superior strength and resistance to a variety of substances, oils, acids and chemicals. Gloves made out of nitrile provide excellent durability and barrier protection against bloodborne pathogens and other sources of contamination. They are commonly used in laboratories, hospitals and dentists surgeries. Workers in the automotive industry often choose nitrile gloves due to their resistance against oils and engine lubricants. Alongside their superior properties they mould to the shape of the hand, providing a comfortable fit and reducing hand fatigue. The increased demand for latex has pushed its prices up significantly, due to the fact that the raw materials need to be extracted from trees. Nitrile on the other hand is a synthetic material which causes the price to remain stable. Powdered gloves are easier to don as they absorb excess moisture on hands. They are not recommended for medical use, since they may leave unwanted residue on clothes and surfaces. There are some other concerns regarding the use of powdered gloves. These have led to a transition to powder-free or synthetic gloves. The latter options are becoming the new standard of care.
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