When N-DEX gloves were first introduced, disposable glove users discovered new levels of tactile sensitivity
When N-DEX gloves were first introduced, disposable glove users discovered new levels of tactile sensitivity, comfort, dexterity and puncture resistance. The unique low-modulus, soft nitrile formulation made these 4-mil-thin gloves an overnight sensation, replacing and outperforming ordinary natural rubber vinyl disposables in a wide variety of applications.
Now there is a complete family of disposable, low-modulus, 100%-soft-nitrile N-DEX gloves. All are made in the USA; none contain natural rubber proteins. N-DEX gloves are available in both low-powder (non-talc, USP-grade vegetable starch) and powder-free styles for virtually unlimited disposable glove selection. All meet US government CFR 21 specifications and are acceptable for use in food and pharmaceutical applications. Certain styles are Class 1 medical devices.
N-DEX's exclusive, patented (U.S. Patent No. 5014362), low-modulus formulations reduces hand fatigue caused by elastomeric stress and provides much greater puncture resistance than natural rubber and vinyl disposables of comparable millage thickness. N-DEX gloves also reisist a broad range of chemicals in many applications where protection from intermittent contact or splash is needed.
Western Safety Products, Inc., 2425 6th Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134. Tel: 206-264-0808; Fax: 206-264-4921.