For those of you who may be interested in what elements are used in the manufacturing process, let's take a closer look:
Latex Gloves: The main component that makes up this particular glove is the sap that's derived from rubber trees, also known as Hevea Brasiliensis. The tree sap is comprised of a natural combination of various proteins and lipids. Chemical compounds are added to the sap; this includes ammonia, sulfur, pigments, zinc oxide, antioxidants, thiurams to accelerate the rubber hardening process, as well as anti-webbing agents.
Nitrile Gloves: They're created from what is called nitrile butadiene rubber, which is a copolymer that's formed by the process of bonding two molecules - butadiene and acrylonitrile. Because of this, it's known as a synthetic rubber. Other elements that are used in the manufacturing process are chlorine and polymer which aids in making the surface less friction-resistant for easy glove removal, as well as water, bleach, calcium carbonate, calcium nitrate, and petroleum.
Nitrile Disposable Gloves
In response to the challenges faced by oversea healthcare facilities/companies to source quality gloves with FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and CE approvals in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are offering our services for sourcing powder-free/powder nitrile examination gloves and personal protective equipment (PPE), in Thailand. We hope to give our value-added services to both the buyer and seller by giving the all-necessary information, verification, quality check (third party) and use international SOP to oversee the contracts and supply chain for inspection and timely delivery. We plan to source additional contracts and create relationships with the local industry.
We are current in the final stages to sign buyer-seller contracts for a total of 220 million additional gloves that will be delivered in 2021 -2022.