Powder Free Stretch Vinyl Gloves

Classification:

  • Class I Medical Device non-sterile;
  • Individual Protection Device (IPD), category III, for  protection against chemical products and micro organisms.

Intended use:

Classification as a Medical Device makes the product adapt for the following uses:

  • examination;
  • diagnostics;
  • therapy;
  • laboratory.

Classification as an IPD makes the product adapt for the following uses:

  • protection of the operator during laboratory analysis, biology, cosmetics, etc.

Product description: Single use synthetic vinyl elastic glove, free of natural rubber, white opaque color, ambidextrous with edge, without lubricating powder. Smooth internal and external finish.  The device guarantees high elasticity and fit, guaranteeing the highest sensitivity, dexterity and comfort. Chemical resistance to chemical substances and micro-organisms.

The technical characteristics of the product make it ideal in various situations:

  • public and/or private doctors’ offices;
  • emergency room;
  • Laboratory;
  • Chemical, pharmaceutical, laboratory and electronic industries;

 

Characteristics and materials:

  • Highly bio-compatibile polyvinylchloride + polyester: particularly indicated for people who are allergic to natural rubber;
  • AQL < 1.5 (by absence of holes);
  • White color;
  • Smooth external and internal finish for better sensitivity;
  • Dispenser box: 100 pcs.

Dimensional characteristics and sizes

Bar code

Size

Width (min)

mm.

Width (+/- 5)

mm.

978973497

S / 6-6.5

240

85

978973535

M / 7-7.5

240

95

978973550

L / 8-8.5

240

105

978973586

XL / 9-9.5

240

115

Thickness

Palm mm. 0.08 (average thickness)

Breakage load (min.)

(ref. UNI EN 455-2)

3.6 N (before and after aging)

Elongation at breakage

 (ref. ASTM D5250)

400 % (before and after aging)

 

STANDARDS REFERENCES:

  • EU Regulation 2016/425 for individual protection devices and which repeals directive 89/686/EEC of the Council;
  • UNI EN 455 1-2-3-4, UNI EN ISO 10993-1;
  • EN 374-1:2016 – EN 374-2:2014 – EN 16523-1:2015 (EN 374-3:2003) – EN 374-4:2013 – EN 374-5:2016 – EN 420-2003 + A1:2009;
  • Raw materials and productive processes conform to FDA and GMP standards.