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Disposable gloves can help the wearer to prevent carrying germs on their hands. They can be effective in reducing the spread of viruses and bacteria when combined with other appropriate PPE.
We are working with the NHS in order to supply them with the PPE equipment they need. We have been able to obtain large stocks of PPE, such as face masks, medical gowns and hand sanitiser. The vast majority of our stock has been earmarked for the NHS, where it will go to healthcare workers dealing with coronavirus patients.
However, we also recognise that other key workers, such as delivery drivers, care workers and supermarket staff also require items of PPE in order to safely do their jobs. In response to this, we have made a limited amount of our PPE stock available for sale to the general public. Our intention is to supply high-quality, certified PPE to key workers who may otherwise struggle to get hold of it.
If you would like more information about this, please get in touch.
Nitrile gloves can help the wearer to prevent carrying germs on their hands. They can be effective in reducing the spread of viruses and bacteria when combined with other appropriate PPE.
Disposable gloves act as a protective barrier between viruses and bacteria and the wearer's hands. They can help to prevent you carrying viruses such as coronavirus on your hands, as well as help prevent you picking the virus up from infected surfaces.
Our gloves are medical-grade and comply with CE EN455 standards.
Be aware that even though you are preventing germs from being carried on your hands, you will still be carrying them on your gloves, and so it is still important to prevent touching your eyes, mouth or nose in order to prevent yourself from becoming infected.
Ensure you continue to wash your hands regularly or use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser in order to disinfect your hands. Do not reuse gloves; when you have finished using them, dispose of them in normal household waste. Wash your hands after handling used gloves.
These gloves have been tested in accordance with ISO 374-1:2016+A1:2018 and EN 420-2003+A1:2009 for resistance to penetration by bloodborne pathogens, bacteria and fungi and viral particles under laboratory conditions according to ASTM F1671.
Before use, inspect the gloves for any defects or imperfections. Test results are only relevant to the tested specimen and may not be applicable in all circumstances. Before using these gloves you should fully assess their suitability for the circumstances required.
These gloves are latex and powder-free.