Uniseal® - Solutions At Hand

Sunday, 21 Apr 2019

With so many biological risks out there-known and unknown-it makes sense to increase one’s protection in specialized medical environments. That is why we
developed Uniseal® Safety Exam Gloves. It gives a full 10 mil latex barrier (nearly twice as much protection as regular exam gloves) against punctures, rips, and certain chemicals. They feature an extra-long 12” cuff for an added measure of safety and are fully textured for easy gripping.

Uniseal® High-Risk Textured Exam Gloves are a full 12” long with 15 mil of latex giving the most protection of any glove we offer. Yet even with its thick barrier, most emergency personnel can locate a person’s pulse while wearing them. Its fully-textured surface makes it easy to pick up instruments and objects. With its thickness, sensitivity, and gripping ability, these gloves meet National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) specifications.

Uniseal® Proderma Powder-Free Smooth Exam Gloves are top-of-the-line, low protein gloves that provide maximum skin comfort. Each glove is double washed by a state-of-the-art chlorinator to remove irritating proteins from the latex. It has a non-tacky finish, ideal for reducing skin or body hair abrasion during patient care procedures.  Excellent for contact with patient skin.

Micro-textured for a better grip, Uniseal SureGrip® Powder-Free Textured Latex Exam Gloves are used in laboratories, hospitals, dental institutions or other environments where items can get wet. They are washed in chlorine base to remove skin-irritating proteins, so they meet the FDA’s definition for a “low-protein” glove. While most powder-free gloves are yellow in color, the Uniseal® SureGrip® is white and does not retain a chlorine odor. Complies with the American Dental Association (ADA) Spec. No. 76-1991

Uniseal® Proderma Powder-Free Textured Exam Gloves are top-of-the-line, low protein gloves that provide maximum skin comfort. Each glove is washed by
a state-of-the-art chlorinator or coated using a unique polymer process to remove irritating proteins from the latex. This results in extremely comfortable gloves that meet the demands of ISO 9001 manufacturing standard and pass the 200 Human Modified Draize Skin Allergy Test.

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