About Disposable Hand Gloves :-
Disposable hand gloves have been in use since ages as the basic preventive measure against external contaminants. Mainly, disposable hand gloves are used in medical application by its staffs to prevent cross-contamination between patient and caregivers, in food processing industries and for cleaning purposes. They are wide used for protection against transfer of any microorganisms such as germs, bacteria, viruses etc.
Disposable hand gloves are made of several different polymers such as polyvinyl chloride, nitrite rubber, latex and neoprene, and they can be powered with corn starch to lubricate them in order to make them easier to put on or can be un-powered. They cover whole fist and can be up to elbow length. These are best known as hygiene and cross-contamination prevention measure.
FAQ's related to Disposable Hand Gloves :-
Q.1 Which disposable hand gloves is best for food handling?
Nitrile-made disposable hand gloves are considered as best for food handling as they are non-reactive to chemicals and non-sterile.
Q.2 What kind of disposable hand gloves do doctors use?
Disposable hand gloves made of nitrile and latex polymers are commonly used by doctors for dealing high-risk operations and situations. Both vinyl and latex gloves can be used for low-risk processes.
Q.3 What are the benefits of disposable hand gloves?
•Ambidextrous, latex-free gloves and non-sterile
•Non-reactive to chemicals
•Dermatitis-free and heat-resistant
•Super tactile sensitivity, great tear & puncture resistance and exceptional tensile strength.
Q.4 Which is better nitrile or latex disposable hand gloves?
Nitrile is considered to be better than latex polymer made gloves as they nitrile ones are better puncture and chemical resistance.