Hand Gloves

Protect your hands from germs, Fluids, bloods and dirt. provides a comfortable fit & prevents odor due to sweat.

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You can wash and reuse nitrile gloves only if it is the reusable type. There are disposable nitrile gloves and reusable nitrile gloves

These nitrile gloves come in different sizes for perfect fit  and comfort.

Nitrile gloves protect against most chemicals and infectious agents. Rubber gloves protect against mild corrosive material. 

Nitrile is the strongest material for producing gloves. Nitrile gloves offer great tear and puncture resistance. In fact, nitrile is 3-4 times more puncture resistant. Nitrile gloves will protect your hands from cuts, bruises, piercings, and other physical injuries

Try and avoid touching the outside of the glove because that is the contaminated region. 4 Gently pull outwards and down toward the fingers, removing the glove inside out. part of the outside is exposed. Throw away both gloves in an appropriate container.

Employees should ideally replace their gloves every two hours at minimum to guard against possible unseen punctures. Always change gloves if the gloves are ripped, torn, contaminated, or if you are changing to a different food task.

There are two main categories of nitrile gloves: industrial grade and medical grade. Some common industries that use nitrile gloves can include automotive, janitorial and tattoo shops. Since industrial grade nitrile gloves are extremely chemical resistant, they make the perfect glove for a variety of industries.

Your gloves should fit snug but not constricting, and should cover the end of your fingertips without much extra room. A leather glove should fit your hand like a leather jacket fits your body—snug, but not super tight.

They may only be used for one task and must be discarded if damaged or if the worker is interrupted during their task. If a worker is performing the same task, the gloves must be changed every four hours because that’s long enough for pathogens to multiply to dangerous levels.

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