Protective Nitrile Gloves
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Protective Nitrile Gloves

Maximum protection. 100% Blue Nitrile powder free. Chemical resistance.

Description

For optimal protection against infection, the first step is adequate protection.

The WHO recommends to the population, as basic protective measures, to adopt safety measures as fundamental as safety gloves. With these gloves made entirely of nitrile, you can work safely and without unnecessary risks.

 

 

Inteco Astur offers you gloves of maximum durability and protection:

  • Maximum protection against disease.
  • Chemical resistance and against micro-organisms.
  • 100% Nitrile.
  • 100% Safe for people.

Nitrile synthetic rubber, good resistance to oils, lubricants and petroleum products. Resistant to chemicals, acids and non-ketonic solvents. For optimum protection against infection, the first step is adequate protection.

  • Dispenser weight: 6.0 gr/ud.
  • Thickness: 0,24 mm.
  • Dispenser of 50 extra long gloves (30 cm). 10 dispensers per box

Protection in terms of migration behavior when in contact with foodstuffs. Dust-free interior to avoid allergies.

 

Nitrile Gloves Blue
Sizes Box weight (Kg) Capacity per box
XS, S, M ,L, XL 6,20 38 x 26 x 26 cm

 Technical characteristics:

  • Sulfuric acid 30%-6.
  • Desterity level 5 (minimum 0, maximum 5).
  • Ambidextrous
  • Non-sterile.
  • AQL 1,5.

REGULATIONS

UNE-EN 420:2004

The UNE-EN 420:2004 standard is a reference standard to be used with specific standards related or applicable to protective gloves. This means that this standard cannot be applied on its own to certify or self-certify protective gloves.

The standard defines requirements for glove construction and design, safety, resistance of materials to water penetration, safety (pH and Chromium VI content), comfort and efficacy, marking and information supplied by the manufacturer. It is also applicable to gloves and arm protectors permanently attached to watertight suits.

 

UNE-EN 420. REQUISITOS GENERALES
Hand sizes Glove size
Sizes Circumference mm Length mm Minimum glove length
6 152 160 220
7 178 171 230
8 203 182 240
9 229 192 250
10 254 204 260
11 279 215 270

 

Each protective glove shall be marked with the following information:

  • Name, trademark or other means of identification of the manufacturer or its authorized representative.
  • Glove designation (trade name or code that allows the user to identify the product with the range of the manufacturer or its authorized representative).
  • Size designation.
  • If necessary, marking relative to the expiration date.
  • When the glove complies with one or more European standards, the pictogram appropriate to the standard. Each pictogram must be accompanied by the reference to the specific applicable standard and the performance levels, which must always be in the same fixed sequence as defined in the relevant standard.

 

UNE-EN 374:2016

ISO EN 374:2016 establishes requirements for gloves intended to protect the user against chemicals and/or microorganisms. This standard does not establish mechanical protection requirements. All gloves are category 3.

It is divided into the following parts:

  • ISO EN 374-1:2016: Terminology and requirements for chemical hazards.
  • EN 374-2:2014: Determination of penetration resistance.
  • EN 16523-1:2015: Permeation by liquid chemicals under continuous contact conditions.
  • EN 374-4:2013: Determination of resistance to chemical degradation.
  • ISO EN 374-5:2016: Terminology and requirements for micro-organism risks.

Gloves are divided into three types:

  • Type A: those that have been tested to the permeation of 6 chemicals from the table and have a minimum level 2.
  • Type B: those that have been tested to the permeation of 3 chemical products of the table and have a minimum level 2.
  • Type C: those that have been tested to the permeation of 1 chemical from the table and have a minimum level 1.

 

TEST METHODS

  • Penetration test 374-2

It is the breakthrough of chemicals through the material, seams of the glove at the non-molecular level.

Air leakage test. The glove is inflated with air and immersed in water. Check for air bubbles within 30′.

Water leakage test. The glove is filled with water and checked for water droplets.

If these tests are positive, the pictogram is displayed

  • EN 374-4 degradation test

Degradation of some of the properties of the glove due to contact with a chemical product. E.g.: discoloration, hardening, softening, etc.

• Permeation test EN 16523-1

It is the breakthrough of chemicals at the molecular level. The resistance of a glove material to permeation by a chemical is determined by measuring the passage time of the chemical through the material.

*Permeation resistance levels.

Average breakthrough time Benefit levels
>10 Class 1
>30 Class 2
>60 Class 3
>120 Class 4
>240 Class 5
>480 Class 6
List of chemical products
LETTER CODE CHEMICAL PRODUCT Nº CAS CLASS
A Metanol 67-56-1 Alcohol primario
B Acetona 67-64-1 Cetona
C Acetonitrilo 75-05-8 compuesto orgánico conteniendo grupos nitrilo
D Didorometano 75-09-2 Hidrocarburo clorado
E disulfuro de carbono 75-15-0 Compuesto orgánico conteniendo azufre
F Tolueno 108-88-3 Hidrocarburo aromático
G Dietilamina 109-89-7 Amina
H Tetrahidrofunaro 109-99-9 Compuesto heterocíclico y éter
I Acetato de etilo 141-78-6 ester
J n-heptano 142-85-5 Hidrocarburo saturado
K Hidróxido sódico 40% 1310-732 Base inorgánica
L Ácido sulfúrico 96% 7664-93-9 Ácido mineral inorgánico
M Ácido nítrico 65% 7697-37-2 Ácido mineral inorgánico, oxidante
N Ácido Acético 99% 64-19-7/td> Ácido orgánico
O Hidróxido amónico 25% 1332-21-6 Base orgánica
P Peróxido de hidrógeno 30% 7722-84-1 Peróxido
S Ácido hidrofluorídico 40% 7664-39-3 Ácido inorgánico mineral
T Formaldehído 37% 50-00-0 Aldehído

 

 

EN ISO 374-5

  • Micro-organism protection gloves offer protection against bacteria and fungi when complying with EN 374-2 (air leakage and water leakage).
  • Gloves that also offer protection against viruses must comply with ISO 16604: protection against penetration by blood-borne Phi-X174 bacteriophages.
  • Pictogram:

 

UNE-EN 374 1.2 RISKS DUE TO MICROORGANISMS
Resistance levels Penetration (AQL quality level)
Passage level Acceptable quality Inspection levels
Level 3 <0,65 G1
Level 2 <1,5 G1
Level 1 <4,0 S4
UNE-EN 374 1.2.3 CHEMICAL RISKS
Permeability resistance levels*
Average breakthrough time (min) Levels of performance
>10 1
>30 2
>60 3
>120 4
>240 5
>480 6
* Time it takes for a chemical to penetrate the glove.

 

 

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