One pair of gloves may not be enough for a range of activities; Different gloves may be required for different production operations; Certain operators may change gloves several times a day; Specific operations may require a different glove to be worn on each hand.
For high-risk products such as cooked meat, disposable polyethylene film gloves are most commonly used but are often unsuitable in size and awkward to wear. Nitrile or natural rubber gloves are better but must be replaced regularly, and someone may be allergic to Latex Gloves.
For sensitive products such as chocolate items, thin cotton gloves can be worn to avoid fingerprints on soft chocolate surfaces or other chocolate-covered products, and it is important to ensure that clean gloves are replaced regularly.
PVC, rubber, or TPE gloves are the best protection against corrosive products such as salt, fish, or cartons, where hands may be corroded by saltwater or scratched when handling cartons.
Hot and cold products from the oven to remove the hot tray, need special fabric oven gloves, and after wear should be replaced in time to avoid hot burns. For handling frozen foods, it is best to use insulated gloves to avoid frostbite on the hands.
Allergy-proof latex, a natural rubber used in gloves, was once considered the most suitable for the food industry because of its comfort, dexterity, and amazing grip. However, tests have shown that latex may be associated with allergy problems and alternatives need to be found. Newly developed artificial materials, TPE gloves have been realized and become excellent substitutes for latex gloves.
Contact: Mr. Chen
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