Rubber Coated Gloves(Yellow) (12pcs)

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Rubber coated gloves refers to a pair of gloves that have a rubberized or rubber-coated outer layer, and their color is yellow. These gloves are designed to provide protection, grip, and durability. The rubber coating enhances the gloves’ resistance to various elements, such as chemicals, abrasions, and punctures, while the grey color may serve aesthetic or practical purposes. These gloves are commonly used in various industrial, construction, or laboratory settings where hand protection and a secure grip are essential.

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


Rubber Coated Gloves Uses

  1. Industrial Work:
    • Handling machinery and tools: Rubber-coated gloves offer a good grip and protect hands when working with tools and machinery.
    • Assembly line work: Workers often use these gloves to protect their hands from abrasions and cuts during repetitive tasks.
  2. Construction:
    • Handling construction materials: The rubber coating enhances grip when carrying heavy or slippery materials.
    • Protection against sharp objects: Yellow rubber-coated gloves can provide resistance against sharp objects like nails and metal edges.
  3. Automotive Industry:
    • Mechanical work: Mechanics and automotive technicians wear rubber-coated gloves for protection while working with various automotive parts and tools.
    • Oil and chemical resistance: The rubber coating can provide a barrier against oil, grease, and certain chemicals.
  4. Maintenance and Repair:
    • Plumbing work: Plumbers often use rubber-coated gloves to protect their hands from water, chemicals, and rough surfaces.
    • Electrical work: Electricians may use these gloves to provide insulation and protection when working with electrical components.
  5. Warehousing and Logistics:
    • Handling boxes and packages: Rubber-coated gloves provide a secure grip when handling various items in warehouses or during shipping and receiving.
    • Protection from contaminants: Gloves can protect hands from dirt, dust, and other contaminants.
  6. Painting and Finishing:
    • Painting tasks: The gloves can protect hands from paint and solvents, and the rubber coating helps maintain a firm grip on tools and brushes.
  7. Janitorial and Cleaning Services:
    • Cleaning tasks: Rubber-coated gloves can protect hands from cleaning chemicals and provide a secure grip when handling wet or slippery surfaces.
  8. Laboratory Work:
    • Handling laboratory equipment: In scientific settings, these gloves may be used to provide a barrier against chemicals and protect against minor spills.
  9. Landscaping and Gardening:
    • Handling plants and tools: Rubber-coated gloves can protect hands from thorns, soil, and moisture while offering a good grip.
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Safety measures and precautions

  1. Proper Fit:
    • Ensure that the gloves fit well to provide maximum protection without compromising dexterity.
    • Avoid gloves that are too tight or too loose, as they can affect your ability to work safely.
  2. Understanding the Glove’s Limitations:
    • Be aware of the specific type of rubber coating and its resistance properties (chemical resistance, abrasion resistance, etc.).
    • Do not use gloves for tasks that exceed their designated capabilities.
  3. Inspecting Gloves:
    • Regularly inspect gloves for any signs of damage, such as tears, punctures, or wear.
    • Replace damaged gloves immediately to maintain their protective qualities.
  4. Task-Specific Gloves:
    • Use gloves specifically designed for the task at hand. Different coatings may offer varying levels of protection against different hazards.
  5. Avoiding Allergic Reactions:
    • Check for any allergies to the materials used in the gloves.
    • If allergies are a concern, choose gloves made from hypoallergenic materials.
  6. Chemical Compatibility:
    • Choose gloves that are compatible with the chemicals you are working with.
    • Refer to chemical compatibility charts or guidelines provided by the glove manufacturer.
  7. Proper Storage:
    • Store gloves in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
    • Avoid storing gloves near sources of heat or chemicals that could degrade the materials.
  8. Regular Hand Hygiene:
    • Wash hands before putting on gloves to prevent contaminants from being trapped between the glove and the skin.
    • Clean gloves regularly, especially if they come into contact with hazardous substances.
  9. Avoiding Sharp Objects:
    • Be cautious when handling sharp objects. While rubber-coated gloves provide some puncture resistance, they may not be fully impervious to sharp items.
  10. Training and Education:
    • Ensure that users are trained on the proper use of gloves and are aware of the hazards associated with their tasks.
    • Educate users on the limitations of the gloves and when to seek replacements.
  11. Regular Breaks:
    • Take breaks during prolonged glove use to allow hands to rest and recover.
  12. Emergency Response:
    • Know the proper emergency response procedures in case of accidental exposure or injury.
    • Have an emergency eyewash station and other necessary equipment readily available.

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  1. Julius

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