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Glove Guide: Nitrile, Latex, or Vinyl?

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Nitrile, Latex, or Vinyl Gloves: Which are right for me?

Nitrile, Latex, or Vinyl Gloves: Which are right for me?

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  • 1. What Type of Glove Do I Need? A “Handy” Reference for Glove Selection Nitrile, latex, vinyl...how do you pick which glove you need? This guide will help you to choose a glove appropriate to the task at hand. Vinyl GLOVES…  Contain NO latex  Have a looser fit  Are good for short term, low-risk tasks  Are the most economic optionNITRILE GLOVES…  Have anti-static properties Contain NO latex and are powder-free  Are best for use with non-hazardous Latex GLOVES… materials Are the most puncture resistant  Fit like a second skin  Are lightly powdered* for easy donning Have a high level of touch sensitivity (putting on)  Have a high level of touch sensitivity Mold to your hand for a good fit  Are good for wearing for an *SyrVet does offer Are good for wearing for an extended extended amount of time a powder-free vinyl glove amount of time  Work well for high-risk situations in size Work well for high-risk situations involving infectious material Large only PO Box 490 | 955 SE Olson Dr. involving infectious material Waukee, Iowa | 50263 U.S.A.  Are cost-effective Resist many chemicals Toll: 800.727.5203  Are lightly powdered for easy Ph: 515.987.5554 Have a long shelf life donning (putting on) Fax: 515.987.5553 Are blue to help identify if the glove  Are very elastic and strong customerservice@syrvet.com has been punctured www.syrvet.com  Are biodegradableOrg. 10-13-11