Nitrile gloves

With nitrile gloves there is no longer a need to be cautious of latex allergies

What is Nitrile?

Nitrile gloves are made by a synthetic form of rubber, or more precisely a co-polymer which is called nitrile butadiene. It is a strong, durable but pliable synthetic material composed of acrylonitrile, butadiene and carboxylic acid. Each component confers specific properties to the rubber compound. Acrylonitrile gives it chemical resistance, butadiene increases flexibility and durability, and the carboxylic acid makes the manufacturing process easier.

These specific ingredients result in a glove that is stronger and more puncture resistant than natural latex gloves, and have greater chemical resistance. Also, with nitrile gloves, there is no longer a need to be cautious of latex allergies, as nitrile is far less likely to cause any type of skin reaction than natural latex.

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Nitrile Disposable Gloves

We offer a market leading range of industrial and medical grade nitrile gloves for almost any application. Our gloves are top quality and respected by professionals from many industries around the world, including medical, dental, pharmaceutical, emergency responders, veterinarians and biotech companies.

When choosing your nitrile gloves, the grade of nitrile is important to make sure that you get the right gloves for the job. Micro roughened nitrile is by far the most popular as it improves grip, ideal foe doctors and dentists who need to use delicate equipment. We also supply diamond textured gloves, which have a more aggressive texture, which may be suitable depending on your application.

Powder-free nitrile gloves are great for a number of applications, particularly where you don’t want any kind of powder to contaminate your work, such as painting or sealing. Our disposable nitrile gloves offer a class leading level of quality and reliability and can be used for almost any application imaginable. Nitrile gloves are far less likely to cause the allergic skin reactions which can affect some people when using latex gloves. We offer a range of nitrile gloves. This synthetic rubber material is one of the most popular alternatives to the classic latex disposable glove. Powdered (for reduction of moisture build-up) and powder free varieties (for jobs where powder residue could cause problems) are both available, as are various colors.

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Nitrile gloves are a popular choice for users who need to maintain hygiene while avoiding latex

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Black Nitrile

Blacks gloves look cleaner and does not distract us with undesirable colour effects.

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What Types of Nitrile Gloves Do We Offer?

As we discussed earlier, the most important thing to consider when choosing your gloves is the texture, which ranges from micro roughened, all the way up to diamond textured. As well as this, there are options to choose the finish, which comes in polymer-coated or chlorinated finish, and also whether you want powdered, or powder free.

The texture enables you to maintain grip in wet or damp conditions. The finish is added during the manufacturing process to make donning and doffing the gloves easier. The chlorinated coating makes the gloves slightly harder but reduces the tackiness of the polymer. The polymer coating allows the gloves to slide more easily over the skin to make the gloves easier to put on and take off.

Powder free gloves will not leave behind traces of powder which is important for medical applications, and uses where you do not want to leave behind any white residue (painting, for example). However, powdered gloves are easier to don and doff, and the powder will absorb any moisture from the skin, keeping the gloves comfortable. The choice of nitrile glove therefore depends on your use. Please do not hesitate to ask us if you are unsure of which type to choose. Remember to consider powder, finish, texture, and of course, size.

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Relevant Applications

We offer a market leading range of industrial and medical grade nitrile gloves for almost any application. Our gloves are top quality and respected by professionals from many industries around the world, including medical, dental, pharmaceutical, emergency responders, veterinarians and biotech companies.

Industrial

The strong chemical resistance of nitrile gloves makes them perfect for users in janitorial roles, or workers in industries where they may be exposed to hazardous materials.

Food Prep/Service

Nitrile gloves are a popular choice for users who need to maintain hygiene while avoiding latex.

Automotive

The enhanced resistance of nitrile to tears/punctures, and it’s resilience to chemicals makes it a great option for workers in the automotive industry.

Personal Care

Since a caregiver may work in close personal contact with a wide number of people who may be allergic to latex, nitrile can be a safer choice.

Medical

The potential for latex to stimulate an allergic response (either in the professional, or the patient), and the superior puncture resistance of nitrile.

Cosmetic & Hair-stylist

Salon staff providing services such as hair dying often turns to nitrile gloves as an affordable way to avoid staining their skin.

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Latex-Free

Nitrile gloves are a strong alternative in cases where the user (or another person in contact with the gloves) has a latex allergy.

Puncture Resistant

A primary requirement in many high-risk roles is puncture resistance. Nitrile gloves are the number one choice if this is the primary concern of the wearer. Nitrile can be up to 5 times as resistant to puncturing compared with latex – while both are superior to vinyl in this regard.

Chemical Resistance

Nitrile provides a high degree of chemical resistance – a marked plus in many industrial, janitorial, automotive, or similar environments. Nitrile is resistant to petrol, diesel, grease, and many forms of oil and acid.