Discover the Benefits of KINGFA's Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves
Dec. 03, 2021

  Nitrile gloves are manufactured through high-temperature vulcanization. During the vulcanization process, the presence of vulcanization agents can induce cross-linking of nitrile molecular chains to form a very stable cross-linked network structure. It is the existence of this cross-linked structure that endow nitrile gloves with excellent mechanical properties. However, the existence of cross-linked structure also makes the disposal of waste gloves significantly more difficult. Therefore, the use of a large number of disposable gloves provide people with high-efficiency protection while also causing extreme damage to the environment. Under this background, the development and production of biodegradable gloves are of great significance.


  KINGFA Biodegradable Nitrile Examination Gloves are specially designed to degrade in both aerobic and anaerobic conditions in landfills. Features of KINGFA Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves are followings:

1.100% Nitrile, Biodegradable, Powder-free, Surface-chlorinated

2.Available in green, blue, blue violet

3.Beaded cuff ensures easy donning and prevent roll down

4.Finger and full textured enhanced wet and dry grip

5.Decreased risk of allergies

6.Excellent chemical splash protection

7.Protection against bacteria and fungi

8.Superior strength with better puncture resistance

9.Excellent textile sensitivity


  Furthermore, test result by Intertek shows that KINGFA biodegradable gloves have reached the high standard of degradation in a short term. Excellent degradability makes KINGFA biodegradable gloves greatly reduce environmental pollution, improving environmental protection and sustainable development.

Biodegradation rate will increase with the extension of time.

Biodegradation test


Standard biodegradation rate ≥5%

Test results≈9.57%

90 days

Standard biodegradation rate ≥10%

Test results≈13.14%


Standard biodegradation rate ≥15%

Test results≈15.99%

Total Degratation Time(estimated):   3-5 years


Biodegradation mechanism:

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