KINGFA nitrile gloves are produced with high speed, double track production lines and surface-treated by chlorine which makes gloves smooth and easier to wear. Advanced quality management model can efficiently maintain the quality of gloves over the corresponding standard for different fields.
Nitrile gloves are a great option for safe food handling. Nitrile is almost totally allergy-safe and won’t contaminate food with potentially harmful allergens or chemicals. In the food service industry, the nitrile gloves can provide superior dexterity, as well as greater puncture resistance.
Nitrile gloves have excellent barrier characteristics, excellent barrier ability for acid-alkali and other organic chemicals, in addition, nitrile gloves also have a strong chemical degradation resistance, so that the basic structure of gloves is not damaged in various application environments.
Glove thickness is usually expressed in mils. Gloves of 3 mils or less are suited for jobs that do not require strong protection from chemicals or hazardous materials. Gloves in the 5- to 6-mil range are dependable for a variety of applications, from general duty to heavier automotive or industrial needs involving tools and machinery. Gloves 8 mils and above are rated for heavy-duty use.
Nitrile gloves are some of the most commonly used safety products in the healthcare industry due to their high puncture resistance, and dexterous strength. These gloves are worn to prevent cross-contamination between patients and medical staff. They are also used for general hand protection when handling various sensitive things.
Nitrile gloves provide various advantages such as being more resistant than natural rubber to chemicals, oils, and acids, and have superior strength. Moreover, the rise in the prevalence of latex allergies among healthcare workers has led to an increase in the demand for nitrile gloves.
Nitrile is waterproof, greaseproof, oil proof and most importantly, chemical resistant to a range of common chemicals and substances. Nitrile gloves can save the wearer’s hands from coming into direct contact with a range of hazardous and abrasive materials.
Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) is an international industry standard sampling process for evaluating the quality of a finished glove product. AQL measures quality by determining the highest number of defects accepted in a random selection of a glove product batch. The lower the AQL, the better the quality and less likelihood of defects. So AQL 1.5 means that there is a 1.5% chance of a defect in the batch of gloves.
Nitrile gloves should be stored in the original packaging in a cool, dry and well ventilated area. Protect the gloves from dust, direct sunlight, moisture.
FDA regulate latex and nitrile gloves (examination and surgical) as medical devices. It requires FDA 510K Clearance, Medical device establishment registration and device listing to market in the USA. Powdered gloves are not allowed to market in the USA for medical purpose.