Workplace safety affects all industries from the food service industry to protection against biological agents in the medical industry. Accidents and injuries in the workplace can be reduced greatly by having the proper personal protective equipment (PPE).
AMMEX sells the best latex-free and powder-free nitrile gloves in the industry. Not all disposable gloves are created equal, and the AMMEX portfolio of orange, black, and green nitrile industrial gloves are manufactured to be tough. The AMMEX Gloveworks HD Nitrile glove lineup is set apart by their raised diamond texture, unbeatable grip, and high level of dexterity.
The Best Black Nitrile Glove for Workplace Safety
Selecting a disposable glove for workplace safety can be a complicated and intimidating process. The best disposable glove for job safety protects the user’s hands from harsh chemicals and solvents, and is selected based on how long and in what tasks the glove will be used. Furthermore, worker compliance in using personal protection equipment is often just as dependent on comfort and glove performance as it is on the protection provided by the glove. If a glove does not provide the right fit, feel, or grip, workers will often remove a glove in its entirety, exposing them to hazards. Workplace safety starts by making the correct glove selection and balancing performance, protection, comfort, and user satisfaction.
Introducing AMMEX Gloveworks Heavy Duty Green Nitrile
You asked we delivered! Are you tough enough? Introducing our newest nitrile glove, AMMEX Gloveworks HD Green, a premium heavy-duty glove that provides the toughest protection for demanding industrial applications.
Our new Green Nitrile Gloves provides high visibility and superior durability with a raised diamond texture for an excellent grip, wet or dry. Better performance, better protection, better safety.
Get Tough – Go Green!
Why go green? Here are three reasons:
When you think of a disposable glove, a latex glove is traditionally what comes to mind. This type of glove has been used in various industries for years for both medical and industrial applications. Let’s take a look into the making and success behind wholesale latex gloves.
Many consumers are familiar with exam-grade latex gloves, which are common in the health care facilities. However, even in this familiar setting, latex is being used less often because of allergic reactions that can result from the material. In some cases, the resulting reaction can be as minor as skin irritation known as dermatitis, but it can lead to anaphylaxis in more serious cases.
Latex allergies stem from the material’s proteins, a result of its origins.
What is latex?
Latex material is a natural rubber that is derived from the sap of the rubber tree. The sap is a polymer, which means it is created from the bonding of many single molecules known as monomers. It must be chemically treated within a short time of being tapped from the tree or else it will harden.
Once the sap is collected, it is turned from a sticky substance into the elastic material consumers are familiar with through a complex process that includes a step called vulcanization. This step, which involves heating the sap, was first coined by Charles Goodyear, whose surname is used for tire and rubber manufacturer Goodyear.
There are also synthetic rubber materials. However, these are not the same as natural latex.
“Latex material is a natural rubber that is derived from the sap of the rubber tree.”
What are the benefits of latex gloves?
One key characteristic of latex is it closely conforms to the hand to offer the best fit and feel. This gives users more dexterity while wearing the gloves. In the dental industry, for instance, dentists may need to handle small objects, such as tooth caps and tiny packets of tooth polish. If they are wearing gloves that loosely conform to their hands, they may have some trouble grabbing these items. Latex, on the other hand, can provide the dexterity and tactile sensitivity required for this and similar tasks.
Latex gloves are extremely flexible, which offers a measure of tear and puncture resistance. This feature is beneficial in applications where sharp objects are used. In the nursing field, for instance, employees use syringes and shears. Additionally, the durability can ensure health care professionals can maintain a safe barrier between themselves and pathogens and avoid passing pathogens from their own bodies to patients.
Although exam-grade latex is more familiar to most consumers, there are also industrial-grade latex gloves, which offer unique advantages for certain applications in auto repair, manufacturing and other tasks.
Latex gloves come in a variety of sizes and thicknesses. The extra thick latex gloves can be used longer and have less tactile sensitivity.
AMMEX imports and distributes top of the line wholesale latex gloves to fit your customer’s needs.
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Whether customers seek no-chip manicures or a relaxing foot massage, nail and beauty technicians need barrier protection to guard themselves against harsh chemicals and pathogens. This presents a large sales opportunity for distributors of disposable gloves and masks.
Gloveworks Heavy Duty Orange Nitrile Gloves have an aggressive texture for superior grip. While AMMEX Corporation is typically known for black nitrile gloves, we stepped outside of the box to deliver a product most people have not seen before. Orange Nitrile: Give Your Sales Team the Best!
Unique color for high visibility
One of the first things you will notice about our orange nitrile gloves is their bright color. We ramped up our nitrile gloves with a hue that will be seen even in dark environments, including garages and industrial environments. This color means no more lost gloves and is a fitting match for other brightly colored personal protective equipment.
Heavy, aggressive texture for strong grip and durability
These ambidextrous gloves also have a diamond-raised texture on both sides for a non-slip grip. This texture is present on the palms and fingertips and particularly helpful for oily environments. As a result, automotive, manufacturing and industrial technicians who handle tools do not have to worry about their equipment sliding out of their hands while they work on vehicles and machines.
Not only does this texture provide superior grip, it also offers additional thickness for increased durability. In fact, our orange nitrile gloves are three times more puncture resistant than latex. In addition, the texture does not compromise comfort, as the gloves are more elastic than vinyl and conform to hands as they are warmed by body heat.
These gloves feature a beaded cuff to stop ripping and tearing at the base. This feature also makes the gloves easier to don.
Added thickness for superb chemical resistance
If you think visibility, durability and grip are all impressive features of our orange nitrile gloves, wait until you hear about their chemical resistance. The extra thickness allows wearers to work with harsh chemicals such as iodine, butane and pesticides for a longer period of time before they have to change gloves, allowing for greater cost savings due to fewer glove changes.
Get on board with our premium gloves
Our Gloveworks Heavy Duty Orange Nitrile Gloves, which measure 9.5 inches from base to fingertip and are available in sizes medium to extra extra large, are perfect for a number of applications, including: agricultural, automotive, industrial safety, manufacturing, paint shops and plumbing. Additionally, they come 100 gloves to a box and 10 boxes to a case to provide the supply you need.
Orange Nitrile: Give Your Sales Team the Best! Contact your AMMEX representative to add these gloves to your product line. Or, if you would like to become a distributor, contact us today!
Lacquer and paint thinners are harsh solvents that should not be handled without the correct personal protective equipment (PPE). This is because these substances, which are used in the construction, automotive, retail and maritime industries, present several health risks when they are not handled safely.
Where do disposable gloves come from? While you may not hear that question as often as “Where do babies come from,” this makes the process no less interesting. In fact, the supply chain is an international network that includes manufacturers, distributors and shippers.