There are many types of factories in the world, no matter which type of factory, in many cases, disposable nitrile gloves (hereinafter referred to as nitrile gloves) are needed. Nitrile gloves can protect workers to a large extent. Hands, so most businesses need to use it. What are the application scenarios of nitrile gloves in the industrial market?
Such workers need to wear gloves to protect themselves from chemicals in cleaning supplies, and to protect themselves from pathogens when cleaning the bathroom. Since nitrile gloves can resist harmful chemicals, and PVC gloves are suitable for frequent glove changes, nitrile and PVC gloves are often used by such workers.
Emergency medical staff:
In factories, accidental operations often result in physical injuries. Therefore, most factories are equipped with emergency medical personnel. Qiyue medical nitrile gloves are latex-free and non-allergenic. They are an excellent choice for first responders to fight pathogens during first aid.
Nitrile gloves are suitable for long-term wear and are ideal for food processing and food service. PVC and PE can be used as the second choice, but they are only suitable for short-term and light operations.
Assembly line workers, manufacturing workers:
Often such people are more likely to come into contact with harmful chemicals. For example, when workers in battery factories face the hazards of lead, nitrile gloves are the best choice, because nitrile gloves have excellent chemical resistance and they fit snugly. The hand can provide better operating sensitivity.
Maintenance workers usually come into contact with grease, oil and other solvents when repairing production equipment or transportation tools. Effective protection can be obtained by wearing nitrile gloves.
Printing workers are usually exposed to a chemical substance, which contains emulsions, inks, oxidants and various solvents. Nitrile gloves can protect workers from these harmful chemicals.
Such workers need to wear nitrile gloves when performing security checks to prevent cross-infection when they come into contact with security personnel.