Hammer Black Nitrile Gloves Disposable 500 Gloves
The Hammer Black Nitrile Gloves are designed for durability and comfort in demanding work environments where your safety is a must.
A finger textured surface provides secure gripping capabilities and confidence. Hammer Black Nitrile gloves are ideal for automotive, industrial, tattoo, medical, and cosmetology applications.
The Hammer disposable gloves are powder free and great to use in any work environment.
The new Hammer disposable gloves are made from nitrile, free of potential allergens found in standard latex gloves.
Nitrile made gloves ensure you have tactile sensitivity and with the added textured fingertips, fine motor skills can easily be performed.
The textured fingertips also allow for fantastic grip on just about any surface.
The Hammer Disposable Gloves non sterile glove and has a long beaded cuff.
100 Gloves per Box – the minimum purchase is 5 boxes per size (500 gloves)
Black Nitrile Gloves Disposable Features:
• Powder Free
• Textured Finger Tips for outstanding grip
• Long, beaded cuff
Nitrile examination gloves and are recommended for use by those suffering from a latex allergy. The composition is 100% latex-free to eliminate adverse reactions associated with natural rubber latex proteins.
The gloves are made of premium compounded nitrile for high manufacturing quality measures and product consistency.
The Hammer nitrile disposable gloves protect against biohazards and a broad range of chemicals.
TGA – ARTG 164563,
MDD 93/42/EEC, REACH, ROHS
EN455 part 1, 2, 3 & 4,
EN ISO 13485:2012
What is nitrile and why should you consider nitrile gloves?
Nitrile is basically a synthetic reprocessed version of latex.
Nitrile is a synthetic co-polymer, formed through acrylonitrile and butadiene combining. The rubber is extracted from the rubber tree and transformed into latex rubber. After they are turned into latex rubber they are again reprocessed until they turn into the nitrile compound material. The extra processing removes all latex proteins. The extra step of processing was originally why nitrile gloves were so expensive compared to latex. However technological advancements have led to more cost effective practices in the making of nitrile gloves. Nitrile gloves are now just as affordable as latex gloves.
Latex allergies are very common. The reprocessing and removal of all latex proteins means that nitrile material also has a lower allergy rate than Latex, so people with Latex allergies find them a lot more comfortable to wear.
However, you don’t need to be allergic to latex to use nitrile gloves. For example, a tattoo artist might not have a latex allergy, but perhaps one of his customers does.
There are definitely uses for latex gloves, but nitrile gloves have many compelling advantages. Avoiding allergies is just one of them.
Nitrile is stronger than latex – in fact, nitrile is up to 3 times more puncture resistant!
When you’re dealing with sharp needles, you definitely don’t want to take any chances.
Due to improved manufacturing techniques, nitrile is closing the gap significantly with latex when it comes to comfort and dexterity.
There used to be a big difference in the tactile sensation between nitrile and latex gloves. While that is still partially true, manufacturing techniques continue to improve, and the difference between latex and nitrile isn’t as great as it once was.
One final reason to “never bet on latex” has to do with price. The price of latex is incredibly volatile, since it’s made from natural rubber. Nitrile prices are a lot less volatile, and production techniques continue to get better. NBR (nitrile butadiene rubber) is used in many different products – aeronautical application, footwear, any kind of moulded goods, adhesives, sealants, sponges, foam, and also, of course, gloves.
Black nitrile gloves are commonly used for trade-based jobs, such as mechanics and technicians. The colour black also makes them perfect for tattooing hairdressing or any job that requires a sleek glove.
Nitrile Gloves are naturally waterproof, BPA free, Latex free, Phthalate free, Vinyl Free, MBT free and often powder free.
And one more compelling reason to use nitrile gloves is the fact that Nitrile Gloves are recyclable in Australia. Nitrile gloves can be recycled, however they need to go in a special separate recycling bin, as opposed to a standard recycling bin.
Nitrile is now our most popular glove choice!