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Detectable rubber gloves

16 July 2018

A powder-free range of metal detectable gloves made from natural rubber have been introduced by Detectamet. 

In addition to offering the wearer a high level of sensitivity an anti-slip patterned finish provides a good grip in wet and dry conditions. The range also complies with FDA and EU regulations for safe contact with food.

The metal detectability feature of the gloves reduces the risk of contaminated products reaching the consumer while the bright blue colour makes the gloves highly visible if lost in the process area. The left /right specific gloves are also said to offer durability and strength and have a high resistance to tearing, with a specification for a 0.45mm thickness.

Extra benefits are derived from the bacteriostatic and fungistatic additives that are intended to prevent the growth of microbial contaminants.

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