1. In any industry, blue has almost become the representative color of nitrile gloves
When you notice that medical staff or epidemic prevention personnel wear gloves at work, you will find that blue has almost become the representative color of nitrile gloves. It can be said that blue has almost become an all-industry take-all.
For example, in the medical industry, blue can prevent dizziness caused by long-term exposure to the blood, and alleviate the effects of chromatic aberration caused by complementary color residual images.
For another example, in the food industry, blue is still the color of food safety, which can effectively reduce food safety accidents, and it is also conducive to the unified management of food testing.
2. Nitrile gloves are basically odorless, or emit some slight odor
The smell of gloves is one of the important criteria to measure the quality of gloves. Generally speaking, qualified nitrile gloves are basically odorless, or have a slight odor when they are newly unpacked, and the odor will dissipate after opening it for a period of time. However, latex gloves exude a special latex smell, which is not the same as nitrile gloves.
However, more importantly, when identifying nitrile gloves, if there is a "pungent" smell on the surface of the gloves, then such gloves must be unqualified. Generally, such gloves are either unqualified additives or chemical residues on the assembly line. Not cleaned.
3. Nitrile gloves are not easy to "leak"
Nitrile is actually a kind of artificial synthetic rubber, which is made by polymerizing butadiene and acrylonitrile. According to the principle of "similar compatibility" in chemistry, polar acrylonitrile and non-polar grease are incompatible with each other. Therefore, grease will not invade your hands through the gloves, causing "oil leakage".
4. Qualified nitrile gloves must go through a series of hard work
do you know? Gloves are very picky for manufacturers and require various qualifications to produce. However, the production process is not simple. It needs to go through a series of complex production processes such as hand mask, soaking coagulant, crimping, demoulding, etc. It also needs to pass various national standard qualification tests. General gloves only need to pass AQL testing. That's it, but if it's the food or medical industry, it needs to go through more stringent testing, such as SGS, QS, FDA, ITS, etc. qualification certification, so that gloves can enter the market with confidence.
For example, Intech Medical Disposable Medical Nitrile Gloves and KIEYYUEL Disposable Medical Nitrile Gloves are all products that have undergone a series of strict tests, so that customers can buy and use them with peace of mind.
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