Examination Hand Gloves
We deal in wide range of Examination Hand Gloves which are mostly used in laboratories, hospitals, pharmaceutical industry, salons & spas, food industry, etc. They are available in various colors & sizes and are well known in global market for their hygienic nature, skin friendliness, lightweight, excellent grip and high durability. Apart from that, they are featured by textured surface, beaded cuff for greater protection, powdered non sterile, made from 100% highly purified natural rubber latex, etc. The Examination Hand Gloves are available at affordable prices.
Examination Hand Glove Features:
1. Material: Examination gloves are commonly made from latex, nitrile, vinyl, or neoprene. Each material has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, latex gloves offer excellent flexibility and tactile sensitivity, but some people may be allergic to latex. Nitrile gloves are a good alternative, offering high puncture resistance and are suitable for individuals with latex allergies. Vinyl gloves are cost-effective but may offer less durability and sensitivity compared to latex or nitrile gloves.
2. Size: Examination gloves come in various sizes to ensure a proper fit for different users. The most common sizes are small, medium, large, and extra-large. Proper sizing is essential for comfort, ease of movement, and reducing the risk of tearing.
3. Powdered vs. Powder-free: Examination gloves can come either powdered or powder-free. Powdered gloves are coated with a fine powder (often cornstarch) to make them easier to put on and remove. However, powder-free gloves are becoming more popular in recent years due to concerns about potential allergic reactions and the risk of powder particles becoming airborne and causing contamination.
4. Thickness: Gloves are available in different thicknesses, measured in mils or millimeters. Thicker gloves provide better protection against punctures and tears but may compromise tactile sensitivity. Thinner gloves offer better sensitivity but may be less durable.
5. Ambidextrous vs. Hand-specific: Most examination gloves are ambidextrous, meaning they can be worn on either hand. Some specialty gloves are designed for a specific hand (left or right) to provide a better fit and comfort.
6. Textured or Smooth: Gloves may have a textured surface on the fingertips or throughout the glove to improve grip and handling of objects. Smooth gloves are often used in situations requiring more delicate touch or precision.
7. Color: While traditionally examination gloves were only available in natural latex color (pale yellow), nowadays, gloves come in various colors, with blue, purple, and black being common. Colored gloves are sometimes preferred to provide better contrast against certain substances or to differentiate glove types (e.g., different colors for different sizes or materials).
8. Compliance: Examination gloves should adhere to specific quality standards, depending on the country and industry regulations. Common certifications include FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approval in the United States and CE (Conformit Europenne) marking in Europe.