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Materials of different Work Safety Gloves

                                                                              Nitrile Gloves

Nitrile, also known as Buna-N or NBR (nitrile-butadiene rubber) is a type of synthetic rubber polymer. It's a copolymer made up of a combination of acrylonitrile and butadiene molecules. Nitrile rubber is not toxic


Nitrile gloves is the best choice in nowadays, especially as an alternative to latex rubber, pretty ideal to some people allergic to rubber latex. As well as the flexibility. Nitrile gloves are much better for people who regularly come into contact with harsh or corrosive chemicals, oil, grease such as chemical factory, fuel petroleum factories staffs, cleaners etc. Their great puncture and tear resistance performance of nitrile gloves also makes them ideal for a medical environment, like lab, clinic, hospital with allergy free. Lastly they are much durable, dexterity and comfortable


·      Latex Gloves

Latex is a natural material extracted from the Hevea  brasiliensis or ‘rubber tree’. The elasticity that natural rubber latex (NRL) provides makes it ideal for use in a range of applications. Latex was first used in latex gloves in the late 1800s. High levels of flexibility and comfort make them popular in the domestic market, medical facilities, and catering businesses, but they pose an inherent risk to those with latex allergies.


Vinyl Gloves

Vinyl is man-made material often chosen over other materials because of its low cost, versatility and performance properties.


Vinyl glove is a pretty cheap budget choice due to the easy production and low cost raw material. They are widely used in restaurant, food preparation, cleaning etc. Disposable vinyl gloves can be less tough and last less time than their alternative materials like Nitrile and rubber latex.


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