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Disposable Latex Gloves 12” Sterile - Advance

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excl. VAT £7.00

Description

The natural-coloured 300mm (12”) long, hand specific latex gloves feature a textured surface for enhanced grip and a beaded cuff for stability on the arm.



  • Length: 300mm (12”) length

  • Powder free

  • Double donnable & anatomically shaped

  • Each pair is double bagged in ‘Easy Tear’ plastic packaging that is silicone, amine and amide-free

  • Gamma sterilised and suitable for use in sterile ISO class 4 cleanroom environments

  • The beaded cuff ensures a secure fit at the wrist 

  • Textured surface provides a good grip even in damp or wet operating environments

  • Latex provides exceptional flexibility and comfort

  • Antistatic: not static dissipative but Latex is an excellent insulator

  • EasyOn™ proprietary technology allows for easy double-donning

  • Non-particulating EasyTear™ packaging

  • Pack Size: 10 Hand Specific Pairs

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A. To find your glove size, measure the palm of your hand (in centimetres) and compare to the following:

< 7.5 - Extra Small
7.5 - 8.5 - Small
8.5 - 9.5 - Medium
9.5 - 10.5 - Large
10.5 - 11.5 - Extra Large
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A. Like any substance derived from natural resources latex can cause an allergic reaction. Whilst rare, allergic reactions to latex can be highly dangerous. The proteins present in latex are the component that cause the allergic reaction.

The most common allergic reaction to latex products is Irritant Contact Dermatitis. Symptoms of this include dry and itchy skin usually found on the hands. This reaction may be caused by skin irritation from using gloves. It is worth bearing in mind that the reaction detailed above can also by caused by use of cleaners and sanitation products. Powders added to certain gloves can also cause Irritant Contact Dermatitis.

There are ways in which you can lessen the possibility of latex allergies happening. Each employer should always offer a non-latex alternative such as polychloroprene (Neoprene), nitrile and vinyl gloves. If latex gloves are a necessity then the employer should provide a low protein, powder free latex glove as some chemicals found in the powder used in latex gloves can cause similar reactions to those detailed above. Employees can also lessen the risk by only using the gloves when it is necessary.
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A. No. Cleanroom gloves should be powderfree, extra-clean and specially packed to minimise contamination in the cleanroom environment.

We have a wide range of cleanroom gloves available at Cleanroomshop.com.
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