Vinyl gloves are soft and comfortable to wear and are an economical alternative to latex and nitrile style gloves. While Vinyl disposable gloves do not have the same tensile strength as the other gloves, they do have excellent anti-static properties and are highly resistant to acids, alcohols and fats. Commonly used in the medial and scientific industries to protect medial and scientific staff from blood, bodily fluids and other outside infectious materials. Non-medical grade vinyl glove are also available for less-hazardous jobs, such as food service and janitorial.
Disposable Gloves Materials
Latex Gloves - the most commonly used type of disposable gloves. Latex gloves come in powder and powder-free styles for those will latex allergies. Can be used for just about any common application.
Nitrile Gloves -these gloves have great tensile strength and are wildly used in the medical and automotive industries to protect against blood, bodily fluids, oils, grease and certain chemicals.
Vinyl Gloves - made from poly vinyl chloride, known as PVC, are not as strong as the other materials, but is soft and comfortable. Disposable vinyl gloves are commonly found in the scientific and medical fields.
Polyethylene Gloves - FDA approved for food contact, these gloves are powder-free and very economical. Commonly found in school cafeterias, dining halls and other food service applications.