Rubber Coated Gloves (Blue) (12pcs)

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A “rubber coated gloves (blue)” refers to a type of protective hand wear that is constructed with a base material, commonly fabric or another flexible material, and has a layer of rubber applied or coated onto the surface of the gloves. The rubber coating serves various purposes, such as providing enhanced grip, protection against liquids, chemicals, or abrasions, and potentially increasing the overall durability of the gloves. The “blue” specification in this context likely refers to the color of the gloves, which may have been added for visibility or aesthetic reasons. These gloves are often used in industrial, medical, or other settings where hand protection and tactile sensitivity are important.

1. Full Dip
2. Blue nitrile
3. In bulk packing.


Rubber Coated Gloves Uses 

  1. Industrial Work:
    • Handling and working with tools and machinery in construction, manufacturing, and maintenance.
    • Protection against cuts, abrasions, and impacts.
  2. Chemical Handling:
    • Protection against exposure to chemicals and liquids in laboratories or industrial settings.
  3. Automotive Work:
    • Mechanics and automotive technicians use rubber-coated gloves for enhanced grip and protection from oils and greases.
  4. Plumbing:
    • Protection against water, chemicals, and other substances encountered in plumbing work.
  5. Painting and Coating:
    • Handling paint and coatings, providing protection against solvents and chemicals.
  6. Janitorial and Cleaning:
    • Handling cleaning agents and chemicals for maintenance purposes.
  7. Medical and Laboratory Work:
    • In certain medical procedures or laboratory settings where protection against contamination is necessary.
  8. Food Handling:
    • Some rubber-coated gloves are designed for safe food handling, providing protection and maintaining hygiene.
  9. Assembly and Manufacturing:
    • Assembling products and working on manufacturing lines where hand protection and dexterity are crucial.
  10. Gardening and Agriculture:
    • Protecting hands during gardening and agricultural tasks, shielding against soil, fertilizers, and pesticides.
  11. General Maintenance:
    • Various maintenance tasks where protection against common hazards is needed.
  12. Waste Management:
    • Handling waste materials and protecting against potential hazards in waste management processes.
SKU: AHS19464 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Select the Right Type of Gloves:
    • Choose gloves suitable for the specific task, considering factors such as the type of hazard (chemicals, abrasions, cuts), dexterity requirements, and glove material compatibility.
  2. Proper Fit:
    • Ensure that the gloves fit snugly but not too tight. A proper fit ensures better dexterity and reduces the risk of the gloves slipping off during use.
  3. Inspect Gloves Before Use:
    • Check for any visible damage, such as cuts, punctures, or tears, before using the gloves. Discard damaged gloves and replace them with new ones.
  4. Avoid Allergies:
    • Some individuals may be allergic to certain glove materials. If you experience any allergic reactions, discontinue use and consult with a healthcare professional.
  5. Training and Education:
    • Ensure that users are trained on the proper use, limitations, and maintenance of rubber-coated gloves. Educate them about potential hazards associated with the tasks.
  6. Replace Worn-out Gloves:
    • Replace gloves that show signs of wear and tear, as they may not provide adequate protection.
  7. Use in Well-Ventilated Areas:
    • When using gloves in applications involving chemicals, work in well-ventilated areas to minimize exposure to fumes.
  8. Avoid Prolonged Use:
    • Take breaks if using gloves for extended periods to prevent hand fatigue and discomfort. Prolonged use can also compromise the effectiveness of the gloves.
  9. Follow Manufacturer’s Recommendations:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines regarding the recommended uses, limitations, and care instructions for the specific type of gloves.
  10. Avoid Contact with Incompatible Substances:
    • Be aware of the chemicals and substances the gloves are designed to protect against, and avoid using them with incompatible materials.
  11. Storage and Maintenance:
    • Store gloves in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat. Clean and maintain gloves according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  12. Emergency Procedures:
    • Familiarize users with emergency procedures, including how to quickly and safely remove contaminated gloves and seek medical attention if necessary.

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