Personal Protective Equipment Since 1973

GDPE-LG-18

The Safety Zone ®

18″ Clear Powder Free Polyethylene Gloves


Product Features


  •  MFG#: GDPE-LG-18
  •  CLEAR POLYETHYLENE GLOVES
  •  POWDER FREE
  •  EMBOSSED GRIP
  •  DIE CUT & HEAT SEALED EDGES
  •  HIGH DESNSITY
  •  EXTENDED LENGTH (18.0″ +/- 0.25″)
  •  SIZE LARGE ONLY
  •  PACKED 250/BX 10BX/CS (2,500/MASTER CASE TOTAL)




MFG#SIZESKU#UPC#GLOVE WEIGHT*
(grams)
CASE WEIGHT
(lbs)
PalletHIGHTIECUBIC FEETCOUNTRY OF ORIGIN
GDPE-LG-18LARGEP2143763583800251.712.7644160.74THAILAND
* Glove weights may vary (+/-0.3 grams)


Polyethylene Glove Description

Polyethylene gloves are our most economical glove. PE gloves are most often used for light duty tasks that require frequent glove changes. This glove has a loose fit design for easy on and off applications, and is especially useful in food service lines, deli counters, and other high volume applications. Our clear PE Gloves are available in high density, low density, cast poly, and a new stretch hybrid version that is also available in blue. All PE gloves sold by The Safety Zone are powder free and non-medical as well.

100% Allergen Free

100% Latex Free

100% Silicone Free

100% Recyclable

This product is manufactured using 100% virgin materials and is recyclable.

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 PE 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 PE 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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