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Personal Protective Equipment for laboratory safety, and to help prevent exposure to infectious diseases. Sold in Cases.

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If you work in a lab, you can keep yourself and others safe from hazardous materials by using lab personal protective equipment (PPE). When working in a lab, all personnel should use proper nitrile gloves, sanitizers, and other PPE. Proper PPE and laboratory attire reduce the risk of skin contact with hazardous chemicals, biological agents, and other hazardous materials.

Nitrile Gloves

Among all personal protective equipment, Nitrile gloves hold great importance. Nitrile is a synthetic rubber compound that is commonly used in the manufacture of nitrile gloves.

  • Nitrile gloves are extremely strong and durable, as well as puncture and tear-resistant.
  • Medical-grade gloves are typically made of nitrile, which is resistant to fats and oils in the body.
  • Nitrile gloves are suitable for people with latex allergies because they do not contain latex. This is especially useful because some allergic reactions to latex can be fatal. Anaphylaxis is one example.

Alcohol-Free Sanitizers

Alcohol-free hand sanitizers kill germs instantly and are approved by the CDC as an alternative to alcohol-based hand sanitizers. They are mandatory among personal protective equipment for a microbiology lab keeping in mind the importance of sanitization. Alcohol-free sanitizers are safer alternatives to alcohol-based formulations in several ways:

  • Ingestion of alcohol-based hand sanitizers can be dangerous and even fatal
  • Alcohol-based formulations are flammable, which can jeopardize the safety of a building if they fall into the wrong hands.
  • If hand sanitizer is required frequently, repeated use of an alcohol-based hand sanitizer can irritate skin and strip away natural, protective oils required for healthy skincare.