tips for selecting gloves for Laboratories

1n the chemical laboratory, hands, especially fingers, have the highest injury rate. 1n experiments, people often come into contact with various chemicals, such as strong acid and alkali solutions, highly toxic chemicals, and high-temperature objects, such as containers heated on an electric furnace or molten samples taken out from a muffle furnace. All of these can cause skin damage, such as skin dryness, peeling, itching, redness, swelling, blisters, herpes, scarring, etc, Therefore, laboratory gloves must be selected qualified and suitable products to wear

as the portal of labor protection industry, labor protection website has selected several types of protective gloves for you, and introduced them to you from the aspects of use and material, hoping to provide some help for chemical laboratory experimenters in the selection of gloves< There are many brands in the field of laboratory gloves, but not all of them are specialized in the production of laboratory gloves. 1t's more reliable to choose domestic and foreign well-known brands of protective equipment and big brands Second, choose a regular dealer to purchase whether the glove dealer has the agency qualification should be one of the important criteria to consider when taking the goods. Only qualified dealers can ensure that the gloves for laboratory use leave the factory original. And in the glove supply and after-sales protection selecting a suitable pair of gloves for laboratory use mainly includes the following three aspects: a pockmarked face in the laboratory operation, the selection of pockmarked face gloves is very important. Because most of its utensils are made of glass, the surface is smooth and needs to be grasped carefully. The pockmarked gloves can enhance the friction between the utensils and gloves, making it easier for the experimenter to grasp the utensils and avoid unnecessary danger secondary sterilization laboratory is a clean and polluted environment. Fine dust may affect the experimental process, resulting in inaccurate experimental results. At this time, it is necessary to select sterile gloves to reduce the production of bacteria, so as to ensure the experimental results. Now the commonly used glove sterilization methods are ethylene oxide sterilization and gamma ray sterilization three no powder the powder in disposable powder gloves can reduce the moisture of hands, cause dry skin and irritation. Severe contact dermatitis. Because the experimenters always wear and take off gloves in the air, the powder will disperse in the form of aerosol and become the carrier of pathogens. At the same time, the powder can also delay the healing of hand wounds. So in the laboratory work to choose powder free gloves finally, the correct use of gloves is also directly related to the health of hands. The following points should be paid attention to in the process of selection and use: 1. The gloves should have enough protective effect, and it is recommended to listen to the professional recommendation of professionals

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