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Esko High Five SensorTouch Nitrile Glove

PRODUCT CODE: MDNST

ESKO HIGH FIVE SensorTouch nitrile rubber disposable gloves, sizes S–2XL

  • EN 420:03+A1:09
  • EN 1186
  • EN 455-1
  • EN 455-2
  • FDA 21
  • CFR 177.2600
  • EN 374-1
  • EN 374-2
  • EN 374-4
  • Nitrile Rubber

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  • Excellent chemical and oil resistance
  • Puncture and abrasion resistant
  • 100% nitrile rubber—very skin friendly
  • Textured non-slip grip
  • Produced to EN and FDA medical and food processing standards
  • 3g lightweight economical choice
  • 100pc/box
  • Sizes: S - 2XL
EN 420:03+A1:09

EN 420:03+A1:09

General requirements for protective gloves.

EN 1186

EN 1186

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.

EN 455-1

EN 455-1

Defines requirements for disposable gloves to check they are free of holes to be safe for medical use.

EN 455-2

EN 455-2

Defines requirements for sizing and strength of disposable gloves for medical use.

FDA 21

FDA 21

Overarching regulations for production, testing, labelling and advertising of food and drugs within the United States.

CFR 177.2600

CFR 177.2600

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.

EN 374-1

EN 374-1

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.

EN 374-2

EN 374-2

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.

EN 374-4

EN 374-4

Measures the glove’s resistance to degradation by chemical exposure—any flaking, swelling, disintegration, embrittlement, hardening, softening, etc—by testing the force required to puncture the glove material after continuous contact with a challenge chemical.

  • Laboratory
  • Assembling, Food processing, Automotive
  • Medical
  • Cleaning
  • Printing
  • Painting
  • Art and craft work
Sizes available: S–2XL
Pack quantity/MOQ: Box of 100 pc
Carton quantity: 10