Selecting the right glove is not an easy task given today’s challenges faced by healthcare workers or professionals in the Medical, Dental, Health Care, Food and Auto Industries. There are a number of factors and issues to consider when purchasing protective gloves:
1) Safety & ProtectionThis should be the main priority to protect users from any blood form or other substances which they come into contact with. Look for latex exam gloves to have the best protection because of the tight fit and it's elastic cuff.
2. Comfort & Fit
Our exam gloves are for protection and at the same time provide its users the comfort when performing their tasks. In terms of performance, latex and synthetic gloves are regarded as providing excellent elasticity and fitting. Nitrile gloves and Vinyl Gloves do not have the same elasticity as Latex Gloves (Nitrile and Vinyl gloves also have other advantages that latex do not have, such as a superior barrier protection)
3. Concerns on Allergy
The above issue has been a concern to all users of Latex products. However, if you choose to use latex gloves it is recommended to use powder free latex gloves or powdered exam gloves with reduced protein content (50 micrograms or less). Perfect alternatives would be synthetic Vinyl and Nitrile gloves. Soft formulations of vinyl and nitrile gloves provide the degree of comfort and sensitivity close to Latex gloves but are more expensive in terms of pricing. It is true you get what you pay for. Our Vinyl Gloves are the same price if not less than our Latex Gloves and you will find a large selection of Brands and styles to chose from. Nitrile gloves are a little more expensive than Latex or Vinyl but if you need the extra barrier protection of a Nitrile Glove it's well worth the extra money.
4. Quality versus Cost
Most of our customer's question cost over quality a main issue when deciding on using the different types of gloves we offer. The vital factor to consider when deciding on using the glove is to get the highest acceptable quality standards at the best or optimum value you can obtain. The Fact's are Latex and Vinyl gloves are generally very affordable unlike some brands of Nitrile and other Synthetic gloves. We give you the best price possible on Latex, Vinyl and Nitrile Gloves. When you order over $500 you receive FREE SHIPPING in the continental USA
|1. Latex Examination Gloves
Made from natural rubber latex (NRL), it offers its users the best barrier protection in areas of potential risk associated with blood-borne pathogens and other substances or biohazards. Latex Gloves have physical properties that provide excellent flexibility and uncompromised hand protection with a high degree of sensitivity and dexterity.GloveSaver.com's Latex Exam Gloves provide excellent comfort and feel. Our certified ISO9001 Latex Gloves outperform other glove materials in terms of elasticity and tensile strength. Browse our brand name selections of Latex examination gloves are generally affordable and economical in terms of pricing.
2. Nitrile Examination Gloves
Nitrile gloves are made from Acrylonitrile-butadiene, a synthetic polymer. It is made from
synthetic rubber which is non-latex and protein free, hence suitable for users who are sensitive to natural rubber proteins. Soft formulation or low modulus nitrile gloves provides excellent feel, fit, comfort and flexibility to users and reduces hand fatigue. It has good resistance to oil, grease and wide range of toxic chemicals and solvents. Nitrile gloves posses high abrasion and puncture resistance properties. Its elasticity is good but less superior as compared to natural rubber. It is generally more costly than natural rubber gloves.
3. Vinyl Examination Gloves
Made from Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC). It is ideal for users who are sensitive to natural rubber latex protein allergy. Vinyl gloves have good resistance to oil, ozone, grease, acid and bases. Vinyl provides a relaxed and comfortable fit that feels like a second body skin. Soft vinyl formulation offers greater comfort, fit and better flexibility. It has anti-static properties suitable for clean room and critical environment applications. Vinyl gloves are generally very affordable and economical.
4. Medical Gloves
The highest quality of Medical-Grade Exam Gloves is to act as a reliable, protective barrier which prevents the transmission of organisms and blood-borne pathogens to its users. Exam gloves are not necessary in sterile form, it can be in non-sterile to protect your hands from exposure. It is widely used in hospitals (outside operating theatre) and other industrial and home applications.
5. Surgical Gloves
Sterile Surgical Gloves are at the top of the range of quality protective gloves and are typically used by surgeons and operating room staffs.
GloveSaver.com offers a full range of premium quality Latex Powdered and Powder-Free Sterile
6. Disposable Gloves
Disposable Gloves are generally used in the following applications: Food handling, salons/spas, electronic assemblies, lab work, packing process, automotive, janitorial, general pharmaceutical and home use/DIY. These gloves are not recommended for medical use, especially to prevent transmission of organisms, blood-borne pathogens and protection against various chemicals.
7. Cleanroom Gloves
The facility in which air supply, distribution and filtration, apparel worn, equipment used and operation procedures are regulated to control airborne particle concentrations to meet specific cleanliness levels are defined by federal Standard 209 or ISO 14644. The air in this controlled room is thousand of times cleaner or particle free than in a typical hospital operating room. These facilities are used in semiconductor industry which fabricates microchips, wafers and hard disk drives.
8. Household Yellow Gloves
Household Gloves are used for industrial, domestic cleaning, food processing and handling
purposes. It provides excellent abrasion, cut and tear resistance with excellent grip and dexterity. It also protects against alkalis but not against petroleum and other oil based solvents.
9. General Purpose Gloves
General Purpose Gloves are used for everyday application from household repairs to automobile light parts assemblies. It is also economical for many light task applications such as food service, automotive, gardening, cleaning, hair drying, painting, janitorial, and refinishing.
10. Polyethylene Glove (PE Glove)
Disposable polyethylene or PE gloves are made with materials approved by USDA, provide protection from organic vapors, dusts and mists thus making them a smart choice for any food service application. All of the gloves are powder free. Our polyethylene gloves are printed with an embossed finish on both sides to improve grip and is ambidextrous to fit either hand.
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