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Formally known as Kimberly Clark KC100 Halyard Lavender Nitrile Exam Gloves Textured Fingertips Powder Free - NonSterile are strong and flexible with no fear of latex allergies. This makes them a great replacement for latex or vinyl gloves. They are also thinner and lighter than standard nitrile gloves and are a lavender color.
In addition, they pass ASTM and ISO tests and standards so you know they are safe to use. They have also been tested against many common healthcare chemicals including formaldehyde and povidone iodine.
These nitrile lavender gloves are great for various jobs including general dentistry, specimen container transport, and dispensing medications. The textured fingers help you maintain your grip on your tools and other objects. They are also ambidextrous. This makes it easy for anyone to use the gloves.
The packaging for these gloves take up a lot less space so you have more room for your other tools. It uses a SMARTPULL design for optimum dispensing. While the box is full, the first opening helps better control dispensing of the gloves through a smaller window. This better control also lessens waste. The second opening is larger allowing for easier access to the gloves and is best to use when the box is about half empty.
Halyard Lavender Nitrile Gloves Features and Benefits
- Passes ASTM Tests and ISO Standards
- Textured Fingers Improve Grip
- SMARTPULL Dispensing Design
- Product Number: 52816, 52817, 52818, 52819, 52820
- Material: Nitrile
- Color: Lavender
- Latex Free
- Beaded Cuff
- Powder Free
- Length: 9.5 Inch
- UNSPSC: 42132203
- Formally known as Kimberly Clark KC100
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Kimberly Clark Color Lavender Powdered Powder Free Sterility Non-Sterile Surface Textured Fingertips Thickness 2.8 mil
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