OUR DISPOSABLE NITRILE GLOVES
Nitrile, also known as acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (NBR), is a material composed of organic chemical compounds and an essential raw material used for the production of gloves.
Nitrile gloves are latex-free, making them safe for people with allergies.
Nitrile has very low levels of chemical vulcanization accelerators, so gloves made of this raw material are much less likely to cause type IV allergies.
Nitrile gloves are more durable than latex gloves.
Hellange® examination gloves are unrivalled in terms of durability and protection. Our disposable protective gloves allow you to maintain a high level of dexterity while protecting your hands regardless of your profession or task. In addition to providing ample protection from various chemical exposures, they are the gloves with highest penetration resistance against viruses and bacteria. Whether you are a medical professional or a concerned individual, our medical nitrile gloves are the right option for you.
Performance and Regulatory Compliance of Hellange®Gloves
Hellange® nitrile gloves (boxed products) are dual registered. In this respect, they are designed for both personal and patient protection. As such they are registered to respectively the EU Personal Protective Equipment Regulation (EU) 2016/425 (PPER) and the MDR.
Specifically, the principle intended purpose of the Hellange® nitrile glove brand is personal protection from chemical and biological hazards. Accordingly, they are registered as PPE Category III (Complex Design) gloves. Additionally, they comply with the new MDR and are classified as Class 1 medical devices for use as medical examination gloves.
Unlike other glove varieties, disposable nitrile gloves are manufactured using a synthetic rubber compound which is free from protein, does not contain latex, and is resistant to a range of chemicals and abrasive materials.
All protective gloves are tested and graded based on several European standards.
Notified Body Satra Technology CE 2777 is responsible for EU Type examination and ongoing conformity.