The Shield GD40 Blue Powder-Free Latex Disposable Gloves are high quality examination gloves manufactured from natural rubber latex and designed to feel like a second skin. Durable, with a beaded cuff for added strength, and textured for improved grip, the GD45 Gloves are ideal for procedures that require reliable hand protection that still affords the user freedom of movement.
Manufactured from natural rubber latex, the GD40 Latex Gloves are flexible for an improved fit and feel. This makes them remarkably comfortable and effectively reduces hand fatigue during extended use. Textured on the outer surface, the GD40 Gloves provide improved grip, giving the user peace of mind when performing procedures that require precision.
OTHER FEATURES OF THE GD40 LATEX DISPOSABLE GLOVES
Ambidextrous design for convenience of use
Powder free to reduce potential dust contamination
Safe for contact with food (Food approval EC1935/2004)
Blue in colour for easy traceability
Shelf life of three years
Force at break of 6 Newtons
EN420 rated Level 5 for Dexterity
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE OF THE GD40 GLOVES
The GD40 Gloves are manufactured in accordance with:
European Personal Protective Equipment Directive 89/686/EEC
CE Category: Cat III (0086)
EN420: Protective gloves: General requirements
EN374-2 Protective gloves: Chemicals and Micro organisms penetration
EN374-3 Protective gloves: Chemicals and Micro organisms permeation
The GD40 Gloves comply with:
EN455 parts 1 and 3: Medical Gloves for Single use
The GD40 Gloves are tested to:
Food approval EC1935/2004
EN374 for Sodium hydroxide 40%
USES FOR THE GD40 LATEX GLOVES
The Shield GD40 Gloves are safe for use in both the medical and food industries. Their blue colour makes them easily traceable when used in the food industry. Other uses include (but are not limited to):
Health and Beauty
Although the GD40 Latex Gloves are mildly chlorinated to reduce their latex protein content, they do contain natural rubber latex, which can cause allergic reactions, including anaphylactic responses.
While low in residual chemicals, the GD40 Gloves do contain ZDBC and ZDEC chemicals, which can cause type IV skin irritation and contact dermatitis.