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Cooperation product with INTCO powder-free nitrile tear-proof and durable suitable for latex allergy sufferers structured surface Pearl cuff not sterile Product colour: blue 100 pieces / 50 pairs per box offers the wearer protection...
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Cooperation product with INTCO powder-free nitrile tear-proof and durable suitable for latex allergy sufferers structured surface Pearl cuff not sterile Product colour: black 100 pieces / 50 pairs per box offers the wearer protection...
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Disposable gloves

Both in the laboratory and in the operating room, disposable gloves make your work easier and provide the necessary protection for your hands and skin during work.

There are different types of rubber gloves, latey, nitrile and vinyl that are used in different areas.

Furthermore, each of these variants has its advantages and disadvantages:

Latex gloves are extremely stretchy and hard-wearing, but not suitable for many allergy sufferers.

Nitrile gloves are very robust and can also be worn by latex allergy sufferers, but they are less elastic than latex gloves.

Vinyl gloves are usually the cheapest option and are very soft, but not very stretchy and tear-resistant.
Disposable gloves Both in the laboratory and in the operating room, disposable gloves make your work easier and provide the necessary protection for your hands and skin during work. There are... read more »
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Disposable gloves

Both in the laboratory and in the operating room, disposable gloves make your work easier and provide the necessary protection for your hands and skin during work.

There are different types of rubber gloves, latey, nitrile and vinyl that are used in different areas.

Furthermore, each of these variants has its advantages and disadvantages:

Latex gloves are extremely stretchy and hard-wearing, but not suitable for many allergy sufferers.

Nitrile gloves are very robust and can also be worn by latex allergy sufferers, but they are less elastic than latex gloves.

Vinyl gloves are usually the cheapest option and are very soft, but not very stretchy and tear-resistant.
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