- Tough powder-free high risk latex disposable gloves
- Extended 30cm cuff for extra protection, FDA approved
- Industrial skin protection for drainage waste, grouts, fibreglass and cleaning solutions
- Excellent dexterity, close fitting
- 13mil—extra heavy duty, thick industrial rated latex
- Sizes M–2XL
ESKO HIGH FIVE High Risk latex disposable gloves, 13-mil thickness for extra protection
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General requirements for protective gloves.
Glass/fork symbol gives traceability and identification of materials intended to come into contact with food. Confirms that these products will not contaminate food with hazardous substances.
Defines requirements for biological evaluation of disposable gloves to check that irritancy and powdering is within limits for medical use.
Overarching regulations for production, testing, labelling and advertising of food and drugs within the United States.
Rubber articles intended for repeated use—lists permitted elastomers, vulcanization materials, accelerators, retarders, activators, antioxidants, plasticizers, fillers, emulsifiers, and other additives, and sets extraction limits for food contact.
Indicates that the product meets permeation standards for protective gloves, with permeation resistance of (Type A) at least 30 minutes to 6 test chemicals, (Type B) at least 30 minutes to 3 chemicals and (Type C) at least 10 minutes to 1 chemical. Letters under the shield identify the chemicals.
Indicates that the product meets penetration standards for protective gloves, against penetration by dangerous chemicals and micro-organisms. A sample glove shall not leak water or air when tested for closures, porosity, seams, pinholes, leaks or imperfections of the glove by either inflating with air or filling with water.
Indicates that the product meets ASTM standards for residual powder on medical gloves, ≦10mg/dm2.
Indicates that the product meets ASTM standards for resistance of medical gloves to permeation by at least 9 chemotherapy drugs. A more stringent and specialised test than the EN374 test.
Indicates that the product meets ASTM standards for resistance of materials to penetration by blood-borne pathogens.
US standard for protective clothing for emergency medical operations. Certifies protection against liquid-borne pathogens (blood and other body fluids) with risk of exposure to communicable diseases such as AIDS and hepatitis.
- Plumbing and sewerage
- Hazardous and biological waste
- Law enforcement
- Emergency services
- Food processing
- Light duty chemical handling