nitrylex® complete - high-quality diagnostic and protective gloves which guarantee exceptional sensitivity and precision. Extended cuffs provide maximum protection against viruses and bacteria.
Is comfort important for you? Are you concerned about working safely? nitrylex® complete is the right product for you!
nitrylex® complete - they are the most sensitive gloves!
They offer much greater tactile sensitivity than standard diagnostic gloves, and a unique manufacturing technology ensures the highest material strength. Microtexture guarantees a secure grip for safe operation in all conditions.
nitrylex® complete keeps you safe. These gloves are 2 cm longer than standard gloves. The cuff provides a larger area of protection – it protects not only to the hand but also part of the forearm.
nitrylex® complete are perfect gloves for people allergic to latex looking for a product tested in all conditions.
Especially recommended for:
- Medical procedures.
- Professional cleaning.
- Food industry.
- Work performed in the household.
Standards and certifications:
Compliance with current standard issues:
Regulation (EU) 2017/745
EN ISO 374-2
EN ISO 15223-1
EN ISO 374-1
EN ISO 374-5
EN ISO 374-4
Regulation (EU) 2016/425
EN ISO 13485:2016
Choose the correct size:
The size of the glove should fit perfectly on the hand. This directly affects safety and comfort at work.
To find your size, measure the width of your hand just above your thumb (widest part of your hand).
Nitrile, also known as acrylonitrile butadiene rubber (NBR), is a material composed of organic chemical compounds. The production process of this raw material was modified so that it can compete with natural rubber. Nitrile gloves are a perfect alternative to gloves made of a natural material; they are often called synthetic latex gloves.
- do not contain latex proteins,
- have a minimum content of rubber accelerators (substances that accelerate the process of temperature-induced raw material setting)
Minimised content of chemical accelerators significantly reduces the risk of type IV allergy.