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Classification and applicable environment of disposable protective gloves

Classification and applicable environment of disposable protective gloves1. Insulated gloves for live working refers to a kind of insulating gloves that the operator wears on his hands for electrical insulation when performing live work on electrical equipment with an AC voltage of 10 kV and below (or DC electrical equipment of the corresponding voltage level). The product model, appearance size and technical requirements shall comply with the provisions of “General Technical Conditions for Insulated Gloves for Live Working”. Insulated gloves Gloves must have good electrical insulation properties. At the same time, it needs good tensile strength and elongation at break, as well as puncture resistance, aging resistance, flame resistance and low temperature resistance. 2. Acid and alkali resistant gloves are protective products to prevent acid and alkali damage to the hands. The quality should meet the requirements of “Acid (Alkali) Gloves”. Gloves are not allowed to have defects such as frost spray, brittleness, stickiness and damage. The non-leakage of the glove means: it must be airtight, and under certain pressure, no air leakage is allowed. Such gloves can be divided into rubber acid and alkali resistant gloves, latex acid and alkali resistant gloves, plastic acid and alkali resistant gloves, plastic impregnated acid and alkali resistant gloves, etc. according to the material. Waterproof gloves and antivirus gloves can be replaced with acid and alkali resistant gloves. 3. Oil-resistant gloves are made of materials such as nitrile butadiene rubber, chloroprene, or polyurethane. They are used to protect the skin of the hands from being stimulated by oils and fats to cause various skin diseases such as acute dermatitis, acne, and folliculitis , Dry skin, chapped, pigmentation and nail changes. 4. Welder gloves are personal protective equipment that protects the hands from high temperature, molten metal and sparks during welding. It is made of cow, pig tamarind leather or two-layer leather, and is divided into two-finger type, three-finger type and five-finger type according to different finger types. Welder gloves have strict appearance requirements. The first-class product requires uniform and thin leather body, fullness, softness and elasticity. The leather surface is fine, uniform, firm, consistent in color, and non-greasy. Second-class product: The leather body lacks full elasticity, the leather surface is thick, and the color is slightly shaded. 5. Anti-vibration gloves are used for personal protective equipment to prevent vibration-induced occupational disease “white finger syndrome” caused by vibration when in contact with vibration, such as handheld vibration tools (such as chain saws, rock drills, etc.) used in forestry, mining, construction, transportation and other departments . The structure of anti-vibration gloves is mainly to add a certain thickness of foam plastic, latex and air interlayer on the palm surface to absorb vibration. The thicker the pad, the more air it contains, and the better the damping effect. But when the palm and finger surface are too thick, it is easy to affect the operation. 6. Fire-retardant and flame-retardant gloves Traditional fire-retardant and flame-retardant gloves are made of asbestos materials, which are divided into two-finger and five-finger types, and are available in large, medium and small sizes. Because asbestos fibers are irritating to human skin, they are rarely used. At present, flame-retardant canvas or other flame-retardant fabrics are generally used to make fire-resistant flame-retardant gloves, which are suitable for smelting furnace pre-workers or other furnace types. 7. The anti-static gloves are composed of conductive fabric. The other is a long fiber elastic acrylic braided glove, and then the polyurethane resin is applied to the palm part, or the polyurethane resin is applied to the fingertip part or the surface of the glove is coated with polyethylene. Gloves containing conductive fibers quickly dissipate the static electricity accumulated on the hands. Gloves coated with polyurethane or polyethylene are mainly not prone to dust and static electricity. These products are mainly used for weak current, assembly of precision instruments, product inspection, electronics industry, printing, inspection work of various research institutions, etc. Eight, clean gloves Made from natural rubber, it can prevent the discharge of human fingertips during the production process. It can prevent the static electricity of the human body from damaging the product during the production process. The product is protected from the pollution and influence of finger residues, oil stains, dust and sweat during the production process, and the product is effectively protected. At present, most clean rooms use PVC gloves.

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