Disposable Gloves Definition
In some industries with a high frequency of glove replacement, Disposable gloves
are usually recommended to avoid cross infection and greatly save replacement costs, such as the medical industry, laboratory, food processing industry, and other industries with high hygiene requirements.
According to utility cent
Acid and alkali resistant gloves, electrical insulation gloves, radiation protective gloves, medical gloves, and other rubber gloves.
According to the rubber raw material or manufacturing process divided latex gloves and molded gloves.
Acid and alkali resistant gloves should be able to be used at 45℃ in sulfuric acid (density 1.32) or caustic soda solution (density 1.19). There are two kinds of electrical insulation gloves: high voltage and low voltage. High voltage can be used below 6000 VOLTS (test voltage is 12000 volts). Low voltage can be used below 1000 VOLTS. Medical gloves splitter face and wool face (wool face gloves or wrinkle gloves) two.
According to the material points
According to the material generally divided into plastic disposable gloves, latex disposable gloves, nitrile disposable gloves;
Among them, plastic film gloves are generally used on non-professional occasions. The advantage is that they are cheap, but because plastic disposable gloves have no elasticity, their durability and suitability are poor.
Latex gloves, usually used in professional settings, such as the operating room, laboratory, etc of health conditions to demand higher place, the advantage is has a certain elasticity, and more durable, but resist the corrosion of animal fat, not contact with animal fat easily corroded, more important is according to the statistics of 2% - 17% of the people will have different degrees of allergic to latex.
Nitrile gloves, in addition to having the characteristics of latex gloves, are improved because of the shortcomings of latex gloves. First of all, nitrile gloves can withstand the corrosion of animal grease and will not produce allergies.
Scope of application:
1. Automotive rubber gloves;
2. Battery manufacturing;
3. FRP industry;
4. Aircraft assembly;
5. Food handling.
Protection from harm is a particularly complex issue because of the diversity of chemicals encountered. Acids, disinfectants, hydrocarbons, solvents, oils, lipids, and acetate have different chemical properties.