A new line of gloves from Ansell offers protection for high-risk tasks.
Ansell has released its Microflex 93-856 high visibility single-use gloves for workers in high risk, heavy-duty environments where there is a danger of contamination from hazardous substances, pathogens and other harmful materials.
With a second skin feel and exceptional tactile sensitivity, these single-gloves have been developed for the needs of people involved in crime scene analysis, emergency services, and anyone who may come in contact with chemicals or corrosive materials.
Ansell says its heavy duty Microflex 93-856 gloves resist a variety of industrial chemicals for longer periods than other nitrile disposable gloves, while an extended cuff offers an increased level of protection in an exam grade glove in the highly sensitive wrist and forearm areas. Powder-free and not made with natural rubber latex, these gloves help protect from Type I skin allergies, skin irritation and dryness caused by latex.
The gloves are said to deliver chemical splash resistance to a variety of industrial chemicals for longer periods than most other disposable nitrile gloves. The textured fingers enable the wearer to maintain a strong grip that helps workers to carry out tasks with superior comfort, performance and protection, while the bright orange colour allows hands to be visible in low light situations and at greater distances, resulting in increased safety conditions for a variety of work environments.