Disposable Glove 1.1
Product Features Use these gloves for excellent hand and product protection in virtually any type of laboratory, food handling, industrial safety, veterinary, electronics, painting, printing, or photography environment. · Ultra soft and pliable · Tough, waterproof construction · Resistant to...
Use these gloves for excellent hand and product protection in virtually any type of laboratory, food handling, industrial safety, veterinary, electronics, painting, printing, or photography environment.
· Ultra soft and pliable
· Tough, waterproof construction
· Resistant to most chemicals and detergents
· Extra-long cuffs provide added protection
· Convenient pull-out box dispenser
· Ambidextrous, embossed finish
Soft, virgin polyethylene gloves are so pliable you can handle even small laboratory apparatus with ease. Resistant to most chemicals or detergents. Ambidextrous. Embossed finish.
What types of gloves are used in food service?
There are a very wide variety of gloves available for use in food service, which means it is important to be educated and know what type you need. There are three basic criteria that you should look at when choosing a glove to be used in food service:
· Length of time gloves need to be worn for specified task
· Temperature of environment and proximity to heat source during use
· Type of food that will be handled
After assessing these three criteria, you can look at the different materials that food service gloves are made from, and choose accordingly. Here is a list of the most common types of gloves used in food service:
Name: PE disposable gloves
Weight: 0.6G,0.8G,1G,1.2G, or as per customer require;
Color: white, blue or others
Type: smooth or embossed;
Packing: 100pcs/bag,100bag/ctn, or as per customer require;
Usage: can be used in hospital, hotel, house, restaurant;
Features: light, disposable, convenient, dust-proof, oil-proof, dirt-proof
Disposable gloves are always used when the persons or products must be protected against infectious hazards or mechanical, physical and chemical hazards. Especially in the fields of medicine, laboratory, chemistry, food industry as well as trade and craft, the wearing of disposable gloves is part of everyday routine.
The most common materials used to make disposable gloves are nitrile, latex, vinyl, synthetic and polyethylene (PE). The main distinguishing features are: fit, skin compatibility, food safety and protection against chemicals / cytostatics.
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