I believe that many people who have been exposed to gloves know that ordinary gloves are slippery and rubber gloves are easy to stick together. Therefore, in the production process, manufacturers will add cornflour or talcum powder to the gloves, on the one hand, to prevent Gloves are stuck, on the other hand, for the convenience of wearing, but for the safety of consumers, cornflour or talcum powder which is generally used in the production process is better in selection, so consumers do not need to worry about whether the powder in the glove is not poisonous.
The second question, which is better for powdered gloves and gloves without powder?
Generally speaking, the two have their advantages and disadvantages, and different industries also need these two different gloves. For example, the electrostatic industry chooses gloves without powder, such as the electronics industry and the medical industry, because these environments need no Dust is clean, because the environment itself has very little dust, so it is not appropriate to use powder gloves in these industries; powdered gloves are mostly used in the food industry.
What is the difference between glossy and pockmark gloves?
Glossy and pockmarks are mainly in latex gloves. According to the variety of molds, they are mainly divided into two types: smooth and pockmark. These two are different from powder and no powder. They are completely different. But the two have the same effect, the pockmark is relatively slippery than the glossy surface as if there is powder similar to no powder slip.
Other ways of classification are:
According to the material, it is mainly divided into latex gloves, nitrile gloves, polyethylene (PE) gloves, and vinyl (PVC) gloves.
According to the nature of work, it is mainly divided into sterile gloves and non-sterilized gloves, and non-sterilized gloves are divided into cleaning gloves and housekeeping gloves.
According to the treatment method, it is mainly divided into disinfected and non-sterilized.
The above is the difference between medical gloves, do you understand?