Single-use gloves for laboratory work.
Available in different sizes in nitrile or latex.

Specification sheets see below.

£ 39.90 GBP

Gloves Latex (powder free)

Single-use, ambidextrous gloves made from natural latex. Suitable for food handling, laboratory and industrial applications with complex risks, and for medical applications.

Size: S, L, M      

Powder free
Non sterile, powdered and powder-free
Free from phthalates and softeners
Textured fingertips for excellent grip
Rolled cuffs minimise the risk of tearing

Certifications: EN 420, EN ISO 374-1, EN 374-2, EN 16523-1, EN 374-4, EN ISO 374-5, EN 455 1-4; ASTM D3578 (except stress at 500% elongation), ASTM F1671; MDD Class I; PPE Cat. III
Food contact approved.
Caution: * Thickness is double measured, minimum values.

Gloves Nitrile

These single-use examination and disposable protective gloves are made from nitrile and are developed with sustainability in mind. They are suitable for use in medical applications, food processing and for general lab requirements in non hazardous areas.

Size: S, L, M
Free from chlorine, natural rubber latex proteins and rubber accelerators, particularly skin friendly for users with latex allergy
Non sterile, powder-free
Textured fingertips provide extra grip for wet or dry applications
Synthetic inner coating for fast and easy glove donning
Comfortable, strong glove material ensures stability and wearer comfort over long periods of time

Thanks to new sustainable and innovative production methods, you can reduce your eco-footprint while still wearing a glove that is skin friendly, and provides superior barrier protection against blood-borne pathogens and viruses. The production process for these gloves has been redesigned to save gas, electricity and CO2 emissions.

Certifications: EN 420, EN ISO 374-1, EN 374-2, EN 16523-1, EN 374-4, EN ISO 374-5, EN 455 1-4; ASTM D6319, ASTM F1671; MDD Class 1; PPE Cat. III
Food contact approved.

Packaging: Supplied in a practical 200 piece big pack for simplified stock logistics, reduced replacement intervals in the workplace, and less packaging waste.

Caution: * Thickness is double measured, minimum values

Choosing the right gloves to protect skin

Protecting against substances in the workplace
The most effective and reliable way to prevent skin problems is to design and operate processes to avoid contact with harmful substances.  So take all the steps you can to achieve this before resorting to the use of protective gloves.

Protective gloves tend to be less effective than other control measures but if avoiding contact is impractical or is not enough to protect employees then gloves may be needed. When you select protective gloves, base your choice on the work, the wearer and the environment they work in. You need to consider the following five factors:

  • Identify the substances handled.
  • Identify all other hazards.
  • Consider the type and duration of contact.
  • Consider the user - size and comfort.
  • Consider the task.

Learn more here.

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