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Ideal option where latex allergies are a concern. They are made from a synthetic rubber that is latex free and are far superior to latex when it comes to puncture resistance and general durability. Nitrile gloves also offer better chemical resistance against certain chemicals compared to latex and vinyl gloves.
More suited for short-term, low risk tasks where cost is a factor. They do not offer quite as good dexterity as nitrile and latex gloves but are still a good option for certain tasks.
Glove thickness is measured in mils or grams.
People often assume that a mil is a millimeter, but that’s not the case. 1 mil = 0.001”. When looking at the grams, the heavier the glove the thicker it will be.
Generally speaking thin gloves, 3 mils and under, are used for food prep. Gloves 5 mil and up are the preference for heavier duty tasks. Gloves between 8-13 mils tend to be the go-to for EMS and for heavy industrial tasks.
Medical grade gloves, or exam grade, are non-sterile and are used for non-surgical procedures and medical exams. Medical grade gloves are always powder-free. They are rigorously tested and meet FDA requirements based on their chemical and puncture resistance. If you need sterile gloves, you will need surgical grade gloves.
Industrial/Food grade gloves are recommended for use in non-medical environments where there is no contact with bodily fluids or contaminants. They are designed for a variety of tasks and aren’t designed for prolonged use. They are approved for food prep and handling or other light duty and low risk tasks.
Food grade gloves are designed for a variety of tasks and aren’t designed for prolonged use. They are approved for food prep and handling or other light duty and low risk tasks.
Absolutely! We will gladly send free samples of any gloves you would like to try. Please feel free to reach out via the contact form with what gloves you are interested in.
Customers may return most new, unopened products within 30 days of delivery. No returns are accepted without prior authorization and all returns must accompany an RGA number. A 15% restocking charge may apply and customer is responsible for original and return shipping charges. If the product shipped was defective or the wrong item due to our error we will happily make an exchange and arrange the shipping.
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