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, …
The second generation of disposable gloves, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), or vinyl, followed latex gloves.
Polyethylene is the most affordable glove material and is used in the food service industry. Food service workers need a glove with enough durability for short-duration tasks, and poly gloves are the right choice.
Nitrile disposable gloves are a popular alternative to latex gloves in many industries. In fact, wholesale nitrile gloves are a key driver of growth in the industrial disposable glove market, particularly in applications that require contact with harsh chemicals and solvents, such as the automotive industry. One of the more immediate benefits of these gloves …
Here we are, already in the second quarter of 2021. Time sure does fly. How’s your year going? The disposable glove market is chugging along, doing its best to overcome challenges. Whether it’s capacity limitations or supply chain issues or elevated pricing, distributors have a lot to deal with in procuring gloves for their customers.
You may have noticed in the marketplace that the look of AMMEX products has changed. We talked about it in an earlier post. We understand that a change in packaging may be confusing. Some people have expressed concern that the change means a different glove.
AMMEX disposable gloves will come in a different wrapper starting this month, but don’t fret: They will still be the same great gloves. Those who purchase disposable gloves from AMMEX in the coming weeks may notice a new look and feel for all of our packaging. The reason for this redesign is three-fold: We …
With disposable glove demand and supply still tremendously out of balance, one way to meet customers’ needs is with vinyl gloves. Since the coronavirus pandemic began its worldwide spread in early 2020, the shortage of both nitrile butadiene rubber and natural rubber latex has plagued the disposable glove industry.
Many in the disposable glove industry are wondering what 2021 will bring. At least at first, it will look a lot like 2020. In the year since COVID-19 began its path of destruction through global society, the changes we have seen in every industry and every facet of life are unprecedented.
Food workers need a lightweight, value-oriented disposable glove that protects against cross-contamination. Synthetic hybrid poly gloves are the right choice. From food truck burrito makers to those who toil away on food processing assembly lines, basic glove needs are similar. Users need dependable barrier protection that is cost-efficient enough to support frequent glove changes.