Yani Med Examination Nitrile Gloves, Powder Free


Nitrile Gloves


Yani Med Examination Nitrile Gloves, Powder Free

Yani Med nitrile compound gloves are latex-free examination gloves, well tolerated by the skin and powder-free. Because the disposable gloves are particularly low-irritant, they are ideal for allergy sufferers and all those who have sensitive skin. Yani blue nitrile compound gloves remain comfortable even when worn intensively. Helps protect against viruses, bacteria, and maintain a sterile environment.

Protect against external influences by wearing tear-resistant, latex-free, and powder-free examination nitrile gloves that are disposable. The exam gloves are also built to be worn on either hand and are equipped with a rolled edge to ensure no hands slip out.

Yani Med Examination Nitrile Gloves, Powder Free Features:

  • Ambidextrous
  • Waterproof / Oil proof
  • Powder free
  • Disposable, non-sterile
Quantity 100/BX 10BX/CS 1000/CS
Color Blue
Size Multiple Available
Certifications 510K Rated. Conforms to: EN455 1,2,3 EN420, EN374 1,2,3,4,5 ASTM D 6319, ASTM D 6124-06, ASTM D 5151-06, ASTM D6978 - 05(2019)
Materials Synthetic Nitrile Rubber

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Looking for a powder-free option in nitrile examination gloves? Check out Yani Med's Examination Nitrile Gloves! Made of durable nitrile, these gloves are perfect for those who need a latex-free option.


Nitrile Examination Gloves Powder Free FAQs

What is the difference between medical-grade nitrile gloves and nitrile gloves?

Medical-grade nitrile gloves increased protection during surgeries and other exposure-heavy environments. In addition, all exam-grade gloves must be powder-free and have an Acceptable Quality Limits (AQL) score of 2.5 or lower.

What's the difference between powdered and powder-free nitrile gloves?

Powdered gloves have cornstarch, which reduces hand sweat and are easier to put on. However, powder-free gloves are preferred to reduce the contamination and skin irritation that cornstarch can cause.

Why are nitrile gloves blue?

Most nitrile gloves are blue so healthcare professionals can differentiate between latex and non-latex gloves to prevent potential allergic reactions.

When should you not wear nitrile gloves?

If needing protection from heat or electric shock, nitrile gloves should not be worn as they won't protect the hands as needed.

Are nitrile gloves latex free?

Yes, nitrile gloves are latex-free.