Nitrile Gloves
Latex Gloves
Clean Room Glove
Surgical Gloves
Medical/Examination Gloves
Industrial Gloves
Household Gloves
Cleanroom Gloves


Surgical Gloves

The utmost protection gloves are needed against blood-borne pathogens such as bacteria and viruses. Glove Resources highly recommends that all surgeons to demand for the highest quality of gloves, for the safety of both surgeon and patient. The use of Powder Free Surgical Gloves is most recommended.

Typical Surgical Gloves are
  1. 12 Powder Free Latex Surgical Gloves, Sterilized by Gamma Ray;
  2. 12 Powder Free Nitrile Surgical Gloves, Sterilized by Gamma Ray;

  3. 12 Powdered Latex Surgical Gloves, Sterilized by Gamma Ray (Not highly recommended due to powder content).


Medical/Examination Gloves

The most common protection gloves being used daily for day to day duty in hospitals and clinics. Although it is rare, but there are some people whom are allergic to latex products such as the most common latex examination gloves. It is important for all hospitals and clinics to always have alternative gloves such as synthetic gloves available. Many healthcare workers are still unaware of the potential harm that some latex products, such as latex gloves, could have cause them health issues. Once sensitized or reactive to latex protein allergy, the patient faces countless risk and other health issues.

Typical Medical/Examination Gloves are
  1. 9 Powder Free Latex Exam Gloves, Non-sterilized;
  2. 9 Powdered Latex Exam Gloves, Non-sterilized;
  3. 9 Powder Free Nitrile Exam Gloves, Non-sterilized;
  4. 9 Powdered Nitrile Exam Gloves, Non-sterilized.
Industrial Gloves
Most general industrial gloves consist of two types:
  1. Those that are much longer (generally 12 length), and thicker (thickness of more than 4 mil); and of course
  2. The usual 9 and 4 mil gloves that were downgraded from medical grade.

There are a vast variety in this category. They range from latex based, to synthtic based such as vinly and nitrile, cotton made, or even a combination of a few material based.

But whatever and how ever they are used, the basic requirements are usually

  • Thick to prevent heat, cold and cut or abrasion

  • Non-electro Conductive protect against electrocution

  • Chemical Resistance at least against most common solvents

  • Low Particle such as in cleanroom environment usage

Household Gloves
We see that the market is paying more attention towards this market niche, as there are more and more varieties of household gloves being introduced into the market, and with more specific uses.

The household gloves category is categorized generally by the type of inner coating, ie. Flock lined or Non-flock lined. With an inner coating of cotton, the gloves are made to be used more than once. Those that are non-flock lined nowadays are made to be use as disposable household gloves, single use, or for usage of more than once.
Cleanroom Gloves
This is a type of industrial glove that requires tight control on the dirt, and particle level. Nowadays, it is not just how clean the washing method can wash away the particles, but the emphasis is now slowly shifting towards the bigger picture, i.e. how clean is the whole production process and its environment.

Some specialty cleanroom gloves are made to have very tacky grip and anti-static ability. The usual classes of cleanliness are classified as
  • Class 10 (Less than 10 micro-particles per )
  • Class 100 (Less than 100 micro-particles per )
  • Class 1000 (Less than 1000 micro-particles per )

* Which type is more suitable depends on the usage and the environment.