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8420-Gloves, Laboratory

Made of Nitrile

Made of Nitrile

PART  No. Size (mm) Pack Qty.
8420-S Small 50 Pairs
8420-M Medium 50 Pairs
8420-L Large 50 Pairs

Here are common uses of laboratory gloves:

  1. Chemical Handling:
    • Applications: Laboratory gloves are used when handling chemicals to protect the hands from direct contact with potentially hazardous substances. Different glove materials offer varying levels of chemical resistance.
  2. Biological Experiments:
    • Applications: In microbiology and biomedical laboratories, gloves are worn to prevent contamination and protect researchers when working with biological materials such as bacteria, viruses, or cell cultures.
  3. Clinical and Medical Procedures:
    • Applications: Healthcare professionals and laboratory technicians wear gloves during medical and clinical procedures to prevent the spread of infections, protect against bodily fluids, and maintain a sterile environment.
  4. Sample Collection:
    • Applications: Gloves are used when collecting and handling samples to ensure that the sample remains uncontaminated and to protect the hands from potential exposure to pathogens or chemicals.
  5. Pharmaceutical Manufacturing:
    • Applications: Gloves are worn in pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities to maintain aseptic conditions and to protect workers from exposure to pharmaceutical ingredients.
  6. Chemical Analysis and Testing:
    • Applications: Laboratory gloves are used during chemical analysis and testing to protect against exposure to reagents, solvents, and other chemicals used in experiments.
  7. Forensic Investigations:
    • Applications: Forensic scientists wear gloves when handling evidence to prevent contamination and to protect themselves from potential biohazards or chemical substances.
  8. Pathology and Autopsies:
    • Applications: Pathologists and technicians wear gloves during autopsies and pathological examinations to protect against contact with bodily fluids and tissues.
  9. Animal Handling:
    • Applications: When working with laboratory animals, researchers wear gloves to protect themselves from bites, scratches, and potential allergens, and to prevent the transfer of human pathogens to the animals.
  10. DNA and RNA Manipulation:
    • Applications: Gloves are used when handling DNA or RNA samples to prevent contamination and to ensure the integrity of genetic material during experiments like polymerase chain reaction (PCR).
  11. Radiation Protection:
    • Applications: In laboratories working with radioactive materials, gloves may be used as an additional protective barrier to minimize skin exposure to radiation.
  12. Material Handling:
    • Applications: When handling abrasive or rough materials, gloves provide protection against cuts, abrasions, and punctures.
  13. Educational Laboratories:
    • Applications: Gloves are commonly used in educational laboratories during experiments to teach students about safety practices and to protect them from potential hazards.
  14. Cleaning and Decontamination:
    • Applications: Gloves are worn during cleaning and decontamination procedures to protect hands from exposure to cleaning agents and disinfectants.
  15. Nanotechnology and Cleanroom Environments:
    • Applications: In nanotechnology research and cleanroom environments, gloves are worn to maintain cleanliness and prevent contamination at the micro or nanoscale.

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