U.S. Medical Glove Company nitrile exam gloves are designed for multiple uses including basic exam room checks, hospital use, food handling and barrier protection from viruses and bacteria. The finely textured finger tips create an unequalled tactile sensitivity and excellent gripping properties.
Excellent donning properties and one of the most comfortable nitrile gloves available.
- US FDA Quality System Regulation (QSR)
- ASTM D6319 Nitrile Examination Gloves
- ASTM D6978-05 Nitrile Examination Gloves
- ASTM F1971 Nitrile Examination Gloves
Excellent tactile sensitivity, ideal for medical examination, palpating veins and starting IVs. The textured surface of the glove promotes sure handling of materials and instruments.
COMMON FIELDS OF USE
Medical, patient care, dental, service industry, food prep, industrial use, multipurpose use.
Our multipurpose nitrile glove is the barrier you need from viruses, bacteria and permeation from harmful liquids.
• Protects against a wide range of chemicals
• Superior strength and puncture resistance
• High tensile strength and elongation
• Tested for use with chemotherapy drugs
• Ambidextrous and straight fingers
• Polymer coated for easy donning
• Softness and shape provides excellent comfort
• Beaded cuff enhances donning and prevents roll back
SINGLE USE NITRILE GLOVES
Physical Properties AQL
Palm Width & Length
Packing Details (inches)
Box Dimensions: 9.5" x 4.5" x 2.5"
Case: 5 boxes shrink wrapped
Case Dims: 4.5" x 12.5" x 9.8"
Case Weight: 5 lbs
Truck Count: 56 pallets/34,320 boxes
(box art and dimensions subject to change)
Pallet Details (inches)
Pallet: 48" x 40"
Number of packages: 132
Number of layers: 4
Surface usage: 96.3%
Volume usage: 78.6%
Total weight: 660lbs
• 132 bundles of 5 = 660 per pallet
• 52 pallets = 34,3200 boxes
Not formulated with Natural Rubber Latex – primary material is acrylonitrilebutadiene, reducing the potential for glove associated Type I allergic reactions to natural rubber latex proteins Powder-free, minimizing the potential for powder related complications, such as irritant contact dermatitis.
GUIDELINES / USAGE
Gloves should be worn for all activities involving chemotherapy drugs, including compounding, administration, handling of waste from recently treated patients, and cleanup of spills.