September 18, 2020
Pidegree Group has been in the disposable gloves industry for more than 20 years. And main products are Latex(powdered and non-powder gloves) , Nitrile non-powder gloves, Vinyl powdered and non-powder gloves, Surgical sterile gloves latex powdered and non-powder gloves, PE and CPE/TPE gloves etc.
March 20, 2020
When buying disposable gloves, there are many different types to meet different needs.Do you know the difference between latex,vinyl,nitrile gloves?
December 20, 2019
Disposable glove is an essential part of food safety and hand hygiene in the kitchens.Before choosing a glove,the first thing to do is making it clear that whether you need tight or loose fit gloves.Latex,nitrile and vinyl gloves are all tight gloves.These are great for preparing food like cutting,because they offer better manual dexterity and grip.Nitrile and vinyl gloves are you best choice if you have latex allergies.Polyethylene and vinyl gloves are the inexpensive choices.If you need loose-fitting and need to take off the gloves quickly and easily,a loose-fitting poly glove is your perfect option.
We listed four general food processing gloves:Latex,Nitrile,Vinyl,Polyethylene.Which one to choose depends on your budgets and whether you have latex allergies.In the following page,we will also display each glove's features for your reference.
August 16, 2019
Professionals in health facilities are required to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment(PPE).One important part of these equipments is disposable glove that protect hands and prevent skin from irritating chemicals,blood-borne pathogens and other harmful substances.
March 20, 2019
Disposable gloves protect our hands from contamination or potential injuries in many industries.Different types of disposable gloves have various applications.Only when you choose the right material of the gloves will you get the right protection.
Let's take a look at the different materials of disposable gloves.And you will be clear which one to choose for your work.
January 30, 2019
In the first aid course, we discuss cross-contamination issues and always recommend wearing gloves to protect yourself when managing casualties. Over the years, we have also pointed out that these gloves should be non-latex, ie nitrile or vinyl gloves. Cause many people are allergic to latex. The story behind this is worth discussing.