Characteristics of disposable gloves


Nitrile gloves:
Butyl is butadiene. Nitrile is acrylonitrile. Nitrile gloves are made from the polymerization of these two substances.
Nitrile gloves are resistant to oil, acid and alkali. It can also complete various fine movements.
It is very comfortable to wear, without a sense of restraint.
In addition, nitrile gloves are not easy to break. The scratch and puncture resistance of nitrile is 3~5 times higher than that of natural rubber (latex) gloves.
PVC gloves:
Good for: Simple household cleaning
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) itself is relatively brittle. Therefore, a large amount of plasticizer is required to improve flexibility.
PE/LDPE gloves:
The cheapest
Good for: Handling foods with low fat content
LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) is a type of PE (Polyethylene).
good transparency
This kind of material has relatively poor ductility and elasticity, and the gloves made of it do not fit the hand and are easy to break.
Latex gloves:
Suitable for: cleaning
Latex is actually natural rubber. It has good elasticity and ductility.
Latex is a better barrier to grease than LDPE.
TPE gloves:
Good for: handling food, cleaning
TPE can easily be mistaken for a type of PE. Actually they are completely different.
TPE scientific name thermoplastic elastomer. Features both plastic and rubber.
Not only with a certain degree of transparency. And compared to plastic gloves such as PVC and PE. Elasticity is much better.