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Disposable Gloves

Starting at $5.37
Supplied in: Box of 100 Pairs
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Quick Overview

No need to choose between productivity and protection - when it comes to disposable safety gloves, we’ve got you covered! Seton offers disposable gloves in different materials and sizes to suit a wide variety of applications.

Product Details

  • Get the best and most reliable hand protection gloves from Seton today! All information you need to know is provided below. For further assistance, give us a call at 1-800-243-6624 and one of our product experts will assist you in choosing the best safety gloves for your needs.
  • Why choose Disposable Gloves? If your main concern is risk of cross-contamination, disposable hand gloves are your best choice! These gloves are formulated to provide strong barrier against bacteria, viruses, and dangerous chemicals. Even better, some disposable safety gloves are also graded with puncture and cut resistance to protect the wearer from minor abrasions and cuts.
  • How To Choose Disposable Gloves? Before getting your disposable gloves, you need to identify the type of applications and protection your worker needs. In addition, consider allergic reactions that the wearer might encounter. Here’s a quick guide to help you choose the type of disposable gloves that will suit you:
  • Glove Material: Nitrile, Rubber Latex, and PVC disposable gloves are among the most popular today.
  • Nitrile Gloves - synthetic, stretchable, and more durable than other materials. These are general-use gloves and among the most widely used in various industries. Nitrile gloves will withstand exposure to solvents, oils, greases, and some acid types. For workers with latex allergies, nitrile would be a good alternative.
  • Rubber Latex Gloves - best choice for biological applications and when working on water-based materials. These are made from natural rubber and provide the best flexibility, fit, and tactile sensitivity.
  • Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC Gloves - cost-efficient, synthetic alternative. Usually the cheapest option, it provides good resistance against minor abrasions. PVC gloves can also stand to acid, oil, peroxide, and amine exposure.
  • Powdered Or Powder-Free Gloves: Generally, more expensive glove option but this is a safer bet if you want to reduce the risk of getting allergies by lowering protein and chemical content. In addition, powder-free gloves are cleaner to use because it doesn’t leave any residue. These gloves are lubricated with cornstarch making these easier to wear or take off which may cause allergic reactions to some wearers. For medical purposes, powdered gloves are not often used because cornstarch may impede healing when it comes to contact with tissues.
  • Smooth vs Textured: Smooth gloves are usually made from vinyl and best used for food preparation and service industries. On the other hand, textured gloves appear to be lightly sanded and would be great for applications that need better grip - including medical applications, laboratory use, manufacturing industries, and more.
  • Seton carries the best brand options to fit your needs!
  • Here at Seton, we are committed to provide you with the most trusted brands. Ansell TouchNTuff®, Kimberly-Clark G10, and KimTech Pure* G3 are the best general-use disposable gloves in the market today. Available in powdered powder-free options, you can choose one that best suit your needs. Even better, these are both compliant with FDA food handling requirements (21 CFR 177.2600)!
  • Need exam-grade medical gloves? Choose Kimberly-Clark Purple Nitrile gloves! For extra coverage, opt for Purple Nitrile-XTRA* which comes 3 inches longer than standard Purple Nitrile gloves.
  • Want to know more about our products? Give us a call today at 1-800-243-6624 or view our selection of Disposable Gloves to find what you need.


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