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FINITEX Nitrile Gloves

FINITEX is the leading brand of TITANS MEDICARE, INC in the health & household industry, offering a wide range of disposable nitrile gloves in sizes and colors to you.

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FINITEX Black Nitrile Gloves-5mil Food Safe Medical Gloves Tatoo Gloves

Outstanding Durability

Our FINITEX Nitrile Disposable Gloves are designed to be rip and tear resistant and enhanced comfort, grip, durability. Experience ultimate protection and comfort with FINITEX nitrile gloves.

FINITEX Nitrile Disposable Medical Exam Gloves 3.2mil Powder-free Latex-Free

Powder-Free & Exam Grade

All of our disposable nitrile gloves are FDA approved exam-grade, giving you the tried-and-true protection that medical professionals rely on when safety matters most. Plus, the powder-free and latex-free nitrile offer superior strength and comfort - perfect for people with sensitive skin and those who are prone to allergic reactions.

Variety of Uses

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FAQs

Something you may want to know about nitrile gloves

What is special about nitrile gloves?
Nitrile gloves are acid-resistant, alkali-resistant, oil-resistant, non-toxic, harmless, and odorless.
They are made of synthetic nitrile materials which are acid-resistant, alkali-resistant, oil-resistant, non-toxic, harmless, and odorless. They do not contain proteins in latex that can easily cause allergic reactions in the human body. They are selected with advanced formulas and technology, soft to the touch, comfortable and non-slip, and flexible to operate.
The shape of purification nitrile gloves is designed according to the human hand shape and has great Sensitivity, excellent tensile properties and puncture resistance, high tensile strength, and excellent abrasion resistance.
Nitrile gloves offer softness, comfort, and fit. Features such as durability and safety.
What is the difference between latex and nitrile gloves?
Nitrile gloves offer better protection against biohazard and chemical exposure than latex gloves, and they're harder to tear or penetrate. They provide a similar level of elasticity, ensuring a snug fit, though some users feel that latex gloves allow slightly more tactile sensitivity.

Latex gloves are also much more likely to trigger allergic reactions due to their natural rubber composition. Non-latex rubber gloves — including nitrile gloves — are hypoallergenic.

Can nitrile gloves be used for medical exams?

Nitrile gloves can absolutely be used for patient exams, as well as many other procedures including injections, dispensing medication, and providing first aid. Many hospitals prefer nitrile medical exam gloves because they're latex-free and hard to rip. All of our FINITEXnitrile gloves are medical examination grade.

Can nitrile gloves be used for food preparation?

Nitrile gloves work well for food preparation, service, and packaging due to their abrasion resistance, durability, and secure fit. These food-safe gloves provide a sturdy sanitary layer that conforms to your hands and won't hamper your movements while cooking or handling food. Nitrile food service gloves also eliminate the risk of triggering customer latex allergies.

What’s the best thickness for nitrile gloves?
Many people prefer 3 mil nitrile gloves for light cleaning or food service, while nitrile gloves 4-5 mils thick for tasks ranging from tattooing to administering vaccines. For rougher jobs, such as industrial or automotive work, you may want the extra protection offered by 6-8 mil nitrile gloves.
Especially hazardous work might call for heavy-duty 9 or 10 mil disposable gloves.
We stock disposable gloves in 3~5mil thicknesses in different color to help you find the perfect one. Take a look at our nitrile glove thickness chart if you have questions!
Industries That Count On Our Gloves
Essential workers in industries all across the country rely on our work gloves to get the job done. These include:

▪Medical settings
▪High-risk settings (e.g. first responders)
▪Food processing
▪Industrial use
▪Automotive
▪Cleaners
▪Painters
▪Tattoo artists
▪Animal care
▪Pest control
▪Post-mortem care