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Material: Disposable Vinyl nitrile blend Gloves
Customized: support custom logo package
Color: Pink, Black or Blue color
Feature: Strong, tear-proof, clear, clean;It is economic, convenient, waterproof, oil-proof .
Application: Food industry, particularly greasy and oily food like meat and fish processing, cheese production, cosmetic
1. The Vinyl/Nitrile Blend gloves are compounded with PVC paste and Nitrile latex, and the finished product has the advantage of both PVC and Nitrile glove.
2. Donning feeling better than vinyl gloves.
3. Softer than vinyl gloves.
4. Easy donning with wet hands and easier donning than nitrile &vinyl gloves.
5. The shelf life is longer than nitrile gloves.
6. Doesn't contain a protein with effectively reduced allergy risk.
7. Better cost-performance.
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The Vinyl/Nitrile Blended glove is a new type of synthetic glove that was developed based on the vinyl glove production technology. Its material is compounded with PVC paste and Nitrile latex, so the finished production has the advantage of both PVC and Nitrile gloves.
Comparing with the vinyl gloves, the Vinyl/Nitrile Blended glove can better satisfy the user’s demands, it feels softer, more flexible and more comfortable when wearing.
Intended purpose: The examination glove is disposable non-sterile device intended for medical purpose that is worn on the examiner’s hand or finger to prevent contamination between patient and examiner.
What is the difference between vinyl, latex, and nitrile gloves?
Vinyl gloves are made of PVC and are cheaper than nitrile and latex gloves. They offer insufficient resistance to chemicals, and they aren’t strong enough for use in environments where they might get punctured or contaminated with unknown fluids. However, they are a good choice for low-risk environments.
Latex gloves are made of natural latex rubber that is stretchy and strong. Some people have an allergy to latex proteins, so latex gloves are not always an appropriate option for healthcare settings. Plus, latex may degrade quickly when exposed to certain oils and chemicals.
Nitrile gloves are made of acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber, a synthetic rubber that’s strong and resistant to chemical reactions. They have an excellent balance of elasticity and strength but are expensive to manufacture.
Nitrile blend gloves use a combination of nitrile and PVC paste to allow these gloves to be manufactured through a cheaper process than ordinary nitrile. Despite the lower price tag, they retain many advantages of nitrile.
Do nitrile blend gloves resist punctures?
Nitrile blend gloves are stronger than latex in their puncture resistance, and when they are punctured, they show the puncture more visibly than latex. Punctures in latex often aren’t visible and may go unnoticed until the wearer feels fluid or another substance they’re meant to be protected against.
Nitrile glove material does not resist punctures as effectively as heavy-duty work gloves designed for industrial applications. However, most everyday work situations will find disposable nitrile gloves sufficient and hygienic enough for widespread use.
A nitrile blend uniquely combines nitrile and vinyl material that offers a low-cost alternative to latex or pure nitrile gloves. These disposable gloves are powder-free and offer the best qualities of both materials.
The durability of nitrile means that this glove offers chemical barrier protection, but with the more affordable price of vinyl gloves. Like vinyl, nitrile blends are also softer and more flexible.
For those who have latex allergies, latex-free gloves are the only option. While vinyl nitrile gloves are unsuitable for medical environments, they do offer durability. Vinyl gloves are most commonly used in non-hazardous environments, including food preparation, because of the low protection levels they offer. When combined with nitrile to create a nitrile blend glove, they offer puncture and cut protection but are not as effective against bacteria and pathogens.
Unlike latex, vinyl and nitrile are not made from natural rubber but are manufactured from synthetic materials. Nitrile is made of a combination of butadiene and acrylonitrile. Vinyl comes from polyvinyl chloride monomers, which are also known as PVC. PVC is inexpensive to make, which is why the cost of vinyl and nitrile blend gloves is lower.
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