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The Safety Zone ®

Powder Free Indigo Nitrile Gloves

Product Features

  •  100% LATEX FREE
  •  STANDARD LENGTH (9.25″ +/- 0.25″)
  •  PACKED 100/BX 10BX/CS (1,000 PCS/CS TOTAL)

GNPR-SM-1M-SZRSMALLN2611763583950683.410.6805160.59MALAYSIA, THAILAND
GNPR-MD-1M-SZRMEDIUMN2612763583950693.811.6805160.59MALAYSIA, THAILAND
GNPR-LG-1M-SZRLARGEN2613763583950704.212.6805160.59MALAYSIA, THAILAND
GNPR-XL-1M-SZRX-LARGEN2614763583950714.613.6805160.59MALAYSIA, THAILAND
* Glove weights may vary (+/-0.3 grams)

Nitrile Glove Description

Nitrile Gloves are the perfect compromise between latex and vinyl. Nitrile is made from an allergy safe compound that feels a lot like latex but it’s much stronger and is more comfortable to wear. Nitrile is perfect for demanding applications, especially cleaning and dishwashing.

100% Allergen Free

100% Latex Free

100% Silicone Free

Powder Free vs Powdered Gloves

Powder Free gloves go through an extra process of chlorinating the gloves, making it easier to take the gloves on or off.

Powdered gloves are produced with a food grade corn starch powder, making it easier to take them on or off – especially with wet hands.

Proposition 65

Our nitrile gloves are compliant with Proposition 65 requirements in the State of California.

Recommended Usages

Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act)

The FD&C Act is a set of laws passed by Congress in 1938 giving authority to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to oversee the safety of food, drugs, and cosmetics. All Safety Zone glove components comply with the provisions of the FD&C Act, which allow repeated use in direct contact with food.

FDA Rule 110.10 & 177.1950

Rule 110.10 Nitrile gloves sold by The Safety Zone meet the requirements for handling of human food in both the manufacturing and packaging phases of production.
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Rule 177.1950 Nitrile gloves sold by The Safety Zone contain chloride-ethylene co-polymers, which may be safely used for repeated use when coming into contact with food.
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