There are many industries in which gloves are used, from healthcare to food service. Gloves are used to maintain the safety of everyone. Let's take a look at some of the many industries gloves are used for:
Exam gloves are widely used in all areas of the medical field, including acute care hospitals, physician offices, clinics, home healthcare, alternate and long term care, and emergency services. Adenna exam gloves are manufactured to the highest quality standards in compliance with the U.S. FDA and ASTM requirements. We are committed to producing the highest quality exam glove for the protection and comfort of our healthcare professionals.
We know dental professionals are concerned about hand care and protection. Therefore, we have produced a variety of high quality dentalexam gloves that meet or surpass the ADA requirements to fit your individual need and budget. Adenna exam gloves are the preferred brand by dentists, orthodontists, endodontists, prosthodontists, dental hygienists and assistants because of their consistent high quality and unsurpassed fit and comfort. At Adenna, you are certain to find the right type of exam glove whether latex or synthetic, powder-free or powdered. We are assured you will find a glove that suits you well for your everyday work.
Exam gloves are suitable for scientific and clinical lab applications. They are designed to handle lab instruments and equipment for research, testing, and to protect lab professionals.Some Adenna powder-free gloves are designed with special textured surface to provide excellent grip in both wet and dry applications. Adenna EXPLORER™ has a minimum 10 mil thickness at glove fingers to provide extra protection in more critical applications.
Veterinary professionals use Adenna exam gloves in diagnosis and medical treatment of animals. With minimum pinhole level, veterinarians can rest assure that they are better protected when they come in contact with unknown substances.
Food Industry Gloves
Adenna exam gloves are manufactured in accordance to the FDA specifications, and USDA guidelines for food handling, processing and preparations. Adenna gloves are safe for handling poultry, processing meat, picking fruits, and all sorts of applications with cooked and uncooked food. Adenna strongly urges the beverage, food and restaurant industries to use only medical grade exam glove, which has a lower pinhole level, rather than industrial grade or general-purpose glove, to minimize cross-contamination between workers and food. Wearing gloves should not only prevent the worker's hands from getting messy when handling food, it should also prevent the workers, especially those with cuts or open wounds in their hands or fingers, from contaminating the food.
When working with light mechanical parts, Adenna gloves protect hands from dirt, dust and light grease. Adenna NPF Nitrile Powder Free Exam Gloves and EXPLORER™ 10 mil thickness Powder Free Latex Exam Gloves are most suitable for light mechanical jobs in the automotive, naval and aviation fields.
Government Sector Gloves
Fire department, law enforcement, county and city departments, schools and institutions use Adenna gloves for a variety of purposes and functions.
Adenna gloves are also used in various manufacturing industries and processes, which require additional protection for workers and their products. These include the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical device, and special packaging industries.
Beauty & Salon Gloves
Hair salons, cosmetic and personal care salons, dermatologists, nail salons and spas, use gloves for many different applications. Both Adenna latex and synthetic gloves are suitable for the beauty industry.
Household Cleaning Gloves & Other
Adenna gloves are suitable for all kinds of cleaning jobs in hotels, motels, commercial offices and buildings. They are also handy for all types of light and heavy jobs at home, such as painting, cleaning, gardening, repairing, baby care, etc. They help protect hands from dust, dirt, paint, soil, grease, and other contaminants.
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Wednesday 19 June, 2013