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Gloves Nitrile Thinner 800

Plus Improved Thinner Technology Nitrile Exam Gloves (506)

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PremierPro™ Plus Nitrile Exam Gloves with thinner glove technology offer a combination of feel, fit, strength, comfort, tactile sensitivity and value. The PremierPro Plus line offers additional enhancements including thicker fingertips and improved donning. They are also tested for use with chemotherapy drugs.

Features & Benefits

  • Fingertip textured
  • Complies with standard ASTM 6978 (Assessment of Medical Exam Gloves for Resistance to Permeation by Chemotherapy Drugs)
  • Meets USP 800 Personal Protection Equipment requirement for use of Chemotherapy Gloves when handling Hazardous Drugs
  • Non-sterile
  • Synthetic Nitrile Rubber (NBR)
  • Powder-free
  • Beaded cuff
  • Single use only
  • Ambidextrous
  • Not made with natural rubber latex

 

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Description

Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure must be selected specifically for the type of chemicals used. Test results shown below. Caution: Refer to drug labeling or MSDS sheet to determine adequate level of protection.

Physical Properties (Before Aging)*

Tensile Strength: 14 Mpa minimum
Elongation: 500% minimum
Length: 230mm minimum
Finger Thickness: 0.09mm minimum
Palm Thickness: 0.07mm minimum

*The specifications provided reflect the minimum acceptable ASTM and FDA requirements where applicable. PremierPro™ gloves meet or exceed these physical requirements. Independent laboratory test results are available upon request.

Tested For Use With Chemotherapy Drugs Using ASTM D 6978. Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure must be selected specifically for the type of drugs being used.

Chemical Permeation Data

Chemical permeation data of chemotherapy drugs and a Material Safety Data Sheet are available to the consumers upon request. For chemical resistance
data on chemotherapy drugs not listed, please call 1-855-531-7699.

Chemotherapy Drug Permeation Resistance