Do you know all these things about nitrile gloves?
Get Best Life (Beijing) Technology Co.,Ltd. is dedicated to reducing workplace hand injuries through innovation, help global users to enjoy healthy, our main products are nitrile gloves, safety gloves and other work gloves,
1. Why are most nitrile gloves seen on the market in blue?
Although there are various colors of nitrile gloves, it is not difficult to find that most of the nitrile gloves available on the market today, whether they are brand goods or whiteboards, are all made in blue. It can almost be said that blue is the representative color of nitrile gloves, why is this?
The reason for this still needs to be considered from the usage environment of nitrile gloves. For example, in the medical industry, blue can strongly prevent dizziness symptoms caused by long-term exposure to blood, and alleviate the color difference effect caused by color residue. For example, in the food industry, blue is still the safety color of food, which can effectively reduce food safety accidents and also facilitate the unified management of food testing.
2. Do nitrile gloves smell?
The size of glove odor is one of the important standards for measuring whether the quality of gloves is qualified. Generally speaking, qualified nitrile gloves are generally odorless or have a slight odor when unpacked. The odor will dissipate after being opened and left to air for a period of time. If the gloves have a "pungent" odor, either the additive is not qualified or the chemical residue on the assembly line has not been cleaned. These gloves are of substandard quality.
3. Can nitrile gloves easily leak oil?
Nitrile is a type of synthetic rubber, mainly composed of butadiene and acrylonitrile. According to the principle of "similar solubility" in chemistry, polar acrylonitrile is incompatible with non-polar fats. Therefore, nitrile gloves can effectively isolate grease and do not cause "oil leakage". It has a strong sealing ability.
4. How can we produce qualified nitrile gloves?
The production of nitrile gloves requires various qualifications, including a series of complex processes such as hand film, coagulant immersion, edge rolling, demolding, and various national standard qualification tests.
General gloves only need to pass AQL testing, but if they are in the food or medical industry, they also need to pass qualification certifications such as SGS, QS, FDA, ITS, etc., so that nitrile gloves can confidently enter the market.
Of course, when using nitrile gloves correctly, don't forget to choose a glove brand with guaranteed quality. You may want to take a look at GBL' s nitrile gloves.