Patek Packaging offers latex-free synthetic rubber gloves called nitrile gloves, providing a safe alternative for individuals with latex allergies. These gloves possess enhanced resistance against punctures and tears compared to natural rubber gloves. They find wide applications in the healthcare, food service, and cleaning sectors.
Patek Packaging's disposable nitrile gloves are designed for various everyday tasks and are reasonably priced. They come in sizes ranging from small to extra-large, ensuring a comfortable fit. The Balance 5.5 mil black disposable nitrile gloves are particularly well-suited for cleaning, food preparation, or similar activities.
Benefits of Nitrile Gloves
A Safer Option for Those with Latex Allergies
Latex allergies pose a significant drawback to the use of latex gloves, as they can lead to a range of symptoms, from mild rashes to severe anaphylactic shock. This has prompted many professionals to switch to vinyl and nitrile gloves as a response to latex allergies.
Nitrile gloves serve as an excellent alternative to latex for individuals with allergies or those who have concerns about their clients' potential allergies. Being a synthetic rubber, nitrile gloves are free from latex. They offer a snug and comfortable fit similar to latex and are convenient to wear for extended periods.
Nitrile gloves are seamless to don and doff due to their low coefficient of friction. High-quality nitrile gloves are equipped with a slip-resistant coating, providing a secure grip even when they come into contact with moisture. As a result, they offer a safe choice for dentists and medical professionals.
Superior Puncture and Chemical Resistance
Nitrile gloves have gained immense popularity among medical professionals and tattoo artists worldwide due to their remarkable ability to minimize the risk of punctures and contamination. Nitrile is up to three times stronger, providing superior protection against needles and sharp objects.
One notable advantage of nitrile is its ability to shred when punctured, clearly indicating the need to dispose of the glove. In contrast, latex gloves, being elastic, may allow a puncture to go unnoticed, increasing the potential for contamination if the gloves are not promptly removed.
The exceptional durability of nitrile gloves also makes them the preferred choice for professionals working with strong chemicals, oils, and greases, such as mechanics. Nitrile exhibits significantly higher resistance to chemicals compared to latex or vinyl gloves.
Excellent Temperature and Water Resistance
Nitrile gloves, like latex and vinyl gloves, are waterproof, ensuring your gloves remain intact even when exposed to moisture. They can also be worn underneath work gloves to provide additional waterproofing for your hands as required.
With a temperature resistance ranging from 40 to 108 °C (40 to 226 °F), nitrile is well-suited for occupations that involve handling hot or cold surfaces. Nitrile gloves offer dependable protection against abrupt temperature changes without the risk of melting or becoming brittle.
Affordable and Durable
Considering the frequent need for multiple pairs of gloves each month, pricing becomes a significant factor to consider. Nitrile gloves were more expensive than latex gloves, but fortunately, prices have significantly decreased over time, making nitrile the preferred material.
Despite being designed for single use, nitrile gloves are resilient enough to be reused if necessary. Nitrile gloves have a long shelf life, ensuring their safety even when purchased in bulk. By opting for bulk purchases, you can save money, creating a beneficial outcome for all parties involved.
Patek Packaging places a strong emphasis on safety across all environments. To uphold this commitment, we offer a selection of slip-resistant disposable nitrile gloves. These gloves are designed to provide exceptional dexterity and sensitivity while effectively safeguarding your hands from potential hazards.
Equipped with an enhanced grip surface, our slip-resistant nitrile gloves are specifically tailored for use in slippery or wet conditions.
Our gloves offer enhanced ease of slipping on and provide a superior fit. The inclusion of stretch in the material ensures a more comfortable wearing experience. Moreover, these gloves retain the exceptional strength and durability associated with nitrile composition.
It Comes in Four Sizes
Our nitrile gloves are perfect for those looking for a durable, puncture-resistant material. The gloves are blue and come in four sizes: small, medium, large, and extra large. They offer a snug fit and are ambidextrous, so they can be worn on either hand. The gloves are ideal for food service, healthcare, janitorial, and industrial applications.
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Our Balanced 5.5 mil Black Disposable Nitrile Gloves offer an exceptional balance of strength and dexterity. These gloves are meticulously crafted from durable nitrile, ensuring remarkable resistance to punctures and chemicals, making them highly suitable for diverse applications.
They are latex-free, providing peace of mind for individuals with latex allergies.
What sets these gloves apart is their impeccable fit and comfortable sensation. Whether you're working in a laboratory or handling simple tasks at home, you'll appreciate how these gloves conform to your hands, enabling effortless movement and a secure grip.
How Long Are Nitrile Gloves Good For?
Although nitrile gloves are durable for an extended period, they will eventually deteriorate like any natural substance. To maintain longevity, store your box of nitrile gloves out of the sun and away from heat.
Can I Have Long Fingernails or Jewelry While Wearing Gloves?
Nitrile and disposable latex gloves are susceptible to small tears or holes caused by sharp edges. If you must wear disposable gloves, remove all jewelry and maintain fingernails neat, short, and filed.
Can I Wash Disposable Gloves?
Disposable gloves should be cleaned to avoid being washed to reuse them because they are made to be used only once. In addition, the protective outer layer of the gloves could be damaged by rubbing them or washing them in soaps and detergents, leading to tears and holes in the gloves.