AMERICA'S PREMIUM NITRILE GLOVE
US Medical Glove Industry Nitrile Gloves are a nitrile, powder free, disposable, heavy duty, 6 MIL thickness glove which is made from Acrylonitrile Butadiene rubber. These disposable gloves are extremely versatile in a wide range of applications i.e medical, food handling and general purposes. 100% latex free and micro textured for excellent grip. 9.5”.
- US FDA Quality System Regulation (QSR)
- ASTM D6319 Nitrile Examination Gloves
- ASTM D6978-05 Nitrile Examination Gloves
- ASTM F1971 Nitrile Examination Gloves
The texture of our fingertips allows for superior grip.
Nitrile is a great choice of glove for those that have latex allergies or are looking for a stronger material.
6.0 mil thickness with integrated beaded cuffs, mean this glove has a greater resistance to punctures, tears, and rips.
The full-hand texture provides superior grip for tasks when you need a little more grip.
USMG Black multi-purpose gloves are great for automotive tasks. Whether it be car detailing, to mechanic tasks, these gloves are up for the task.
These gloves are for multi-purpose use and are great in many different industries. Great to withstand medium to heavy jobs. Use them for food prep, janitorial and more.
SINGLE USE NITRILE GLOVES
Physical Properties AQL
Palm Width & Length
Packing Details (inches)
Box Dimensions: 9.5" x 4.5" x 3.5"
Case: 10 boxes
Case Dims: 18" x 9.5" x 9.8"
Case Weight: 15 lbs
Truck Count: 26 pallets/20,800 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.