Safety Zone Gloves
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Safety Zone Gloves
The Safety Zone, the manufacturer of Safety Zone Gloves, was established in 1973. They have become a top manufacturer of quality gloves and other personal protection products. Their focus is supplying the industrial safety, janitorial, food service, food processing and medical markets extends worldwide. My Glove Depot offers Safety Zone Blue Nitrile Gloves by the case, with flat rate shipping.
A Good Compromise Between Latex and Vinyl
Safety Zone Gloves in nitrile are the perfect compromise between latex and vinyl. Nitrile is made from an allergy safe compound that feels a lot like latex but is much stronger, costs less, and is more comfortable to wear. Nitrile gloves have become more popular in the past several years, and are perfect for demanding applications like automotive repair and other mechanical applications. Although they do cost slightly more than either latex or vinyl, they offer excellent tear resistance and chemical resistance.
Other Advantages of Safety Zone Gloves Made From Nitrile
Made from synthetic rubber, nitrile gloves are also an excellent choice when you’re concerned about latex allergies. Nitrile gloves are also more puncture resistant when compared to other gloves. They also tend to have a high level of sensitivity and conform to your hand for a better fit. Nitrile gloves can be worn for longer periods of time and are appropriate for riskier circumstances where infectious substances or chemicals are present. Safety Zone Nitrile Gloves are extra thick – 8 mil – for that extra protection you may desire. 100% latex-free and DEHP-free. 12" in length from fingertip to cuff.
Cases Only For Best Pricing
All My Glove Depot gloves are sold by the case, giving you the best possible price advantage. Our entire operation runs more efficiently by selling only by the case, ultimately allowing us to offer you better Depot prices. Every glove we sell is medical exam grade quality. Our customer service is responsive and friendly, and shipping is always a flat rate - no surprises.