Westlab's heat-resistant gloves are suitable for safely conducting testings where high-temperature levels are required, such as tests involving ovens, burners and other heated equipment.
Single-use gloves, though disposable in nature, perform an important role in providing barrier protection against a range of workplace hazards.
A new type of medical examination glove has been developed with built-in antimicrobial technology that is proven to prevent the spread of infection.
The Microflex 93-850 gloves offer 2x more chemical splash resistance than leading brands of disposable gloves, according to the company, and exceed every known standard for barrier quality and consistency.
With the uvex u-fit product range, uvex offers high-quality disposable safety gloves which ensure a high level of safety and functionality.
uvex i-works safety glasses deliver a combination of performance, safety and style. The duo-component technology results in a well-balanced, non-slip and pressure-free fit.
CSIRO, in collaboration with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), has designed a wearable, flexible glove biosensor that can detect the presence of OP compounds.
The new EN ISO 374 standard refines the required capabilities for gloves that protect workers whose hands are subject to chemical and/or microorganism exposure.
Nasco Sterile Gloves are packaged one pair to a sealed bag that is perforated for easy opening.
Ansell has announced the Microflex 93-260, claimed to be the thinnest, chemical-resistant, single-use glove available on the market. The product offers tough protection against a broad range of chemicals while still providing the dexterity and tactility of a thin, disposable glove.
The Microflex 93-833 with ERGOFORM is a certified ergonomic nitrile glove designed to reduce hand fatigue and muscle exertion associated with carpel tunnel syndrome.
DuPont's Tyvek IsoClean delivers a balance of protection, durability and comfort. Made using a patented flash-spinning process, it provides an inherent barrier to particles, microorganisms and non-hazardous light liquid splash.
Ansell has released its Microflex 93-856 single-use gloves for workers in high-risk, heavy-duty environments where there is a danger of contamination from hazardous substances, pathogens and other harmful materials.
The Microgard 2000 disposable coverall offers protection from limited spray of liquid chemicals without compromising comfort or protection.
Occasionally wearing glove products can cause issues with the health of our skin. This predominantly manifests itself in the form of skin allergies of a variety of different types and severity. This paper reviews these various allergies, their causes and what glove solutions are available to help prevent these reactions from occurring. Skin allergies from adverse reactions to glove products are generally classified into three distinct types, immediate hypersensitivity or Type I, delayed hypersensitivity or Type IV, and irritant contact dermatitis.