PVC Glove 5
Contact your physician for advice if you develop rashes or other discomfort. Some people have allergic reactions to latex or the glove powder. Exposure to latex can cause occupational asthma in some people. It can also worsen preexisting symptoms for those already suffering from asthma. Some...
Contact your physician for advice if you develop rashes or other discomfort. Some people have allergic reactions to latex or the glove powder. Exposure to latex can cause occupational asthma in some people. It can also worsen preexisting symptoms for those already suffering from asthma. Some people wear thin cotton liner gloves under plastic gloves for comfort.
The chart below summarizes glove compatibility data from glove suppliers and governmental sites. The ratings are based on the permeation rate of the chemicals. Chemicals can often permeate through a glove without causing a visible change. Other factors to consider are the chemicals you use and how and where you will use them.
Powder free, semi-transparent, disposable. 100/box. Free ground shipping on orders We carry full different sizes of Nest Biotechnology Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) exam gloves: Small, Medium, Large sizes, all semi transparent colored PVC examination gloves. Disposable PVC gloves tend to be very affordable but do not offer the same degree of tear and puncture resistance and overall strength as latex and nitrile disposable gloves.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) exam gloves: 100 gloves/box, 1000 gloves/case. Sell by case
● Natural high quality PVC
● Protection from unwanted or dangerous substances
● Easy donning design helps prevent roll back
● Soft, comfortable and natural fit, ambidextrous
● International standard package
Introduction Gloves can help protect your skin from chemicals or other hazards you handle in your work. IN some instances they are also used to protect the work from contamination. Whatever the reason for wearing gloves, they need to be used correctly.
Remember: Gloves reduce the chance of skin contamination but do not provide absolute protection. Wearing gloves can also increase exposure risks from any chemicals or other contaminants already on the skin
Selecting Gloves Make sure you choose the right type of glove for the hazards involved and make sure they are the correct size.
Vinyl (PVC) gloves are usually adequate to protect against grime, or where you are using gloves to protect the material you are handling e.g. clean room work or food handling.
Disposable gloves are intended for single use only to guard against splashes or incidental contact with chemicals. They must be changed after any splash or spill.
The glove should give a comfortable, close fit against your fingers. A glove that is too tight can cause skin rashes and is liable to tear in use. A loose-fitting glove interferes with your grip.
Remember to protect the skin above your glove. The sleeves of your laboratory coat should overlap the top of the glove during work. For greater security, tuck your sleeve into the cuff of the glove. Single use, disposable gloves should be changed immediately after any splash. Chemicals may quickly pass through or damage disposable gloves, particularly where the glove is of poor quality or incorrect material for the chemical.