Views: 14 Author: Pidegree Gloves Publish Time: 06-13-2017 Origin: Pidegree Gloves
Setting aside the economics of supply and demand, these three materials will range in prices.
Factors that will increase the price of gloves, regardless of material:
Thickness: The more material that is used, the more you can expect to pay
Powder-Free: As discussed in the section of powdered gloves, one of the most attractive aspects about powdered gloves was their cost effectiveness. Engineering a glove that will easily don and doff without powder will cost more.
Additives: Some gloves will include Vitamin E or Lanolin to moisturize your hands while you’re wearing them.
That being said, if you took a vinyl, nitrile and latex glove that were all powder-free, of the same thickness and additive free, you could still expect to pay different prices.
Vinyl: Vinyl is the least expensive material for producing disposable gloves
Latex: Latex is approximately 80 percent more expensive than vinyl
Nitrile: Nitrile is double the price of vinyl and roughly 15 percent more expensive than latex