Orange nitrile gloves are used by auto mechanics that applications where you can benefit from easily seeing dark grease stains, chemical solvents on your gloves. Orange is a highly visible color, and provides assistance in tight, dark, confined spaces. For many petroleum workers, using orange nitrile gloves adds a level of safety.
Harmony recommends Grabber Orange Nitrile Gloves because of their consistent quality, 6.0 mil thickness providing excellent durability, and their raised diamond fingertips providing maximum touch sensitivity. Mechanics can easily get a hold of small bolts by utilizing the diamond grips 60% increase in surface area compared to standard nitrile gloves. The micro-diamond structure creates irrigation like channels that prevent liquids from interfering with your work.
Grabber orange nitrile gloves are also 60% more tear resistant than latex alternatives, while providing 28% more chemical resistance. For long shifts and extended projects, use fingerless nylon glove liners to extend the life of your glove, and provide additional comfort to your skin.
Car mechanics have been finding the benefits of wearing nitrile gloves. For quite a long time, dispensable gloves were considered pointless by the car business, since latex falls apart when in contact with harsh greases and solvents. Well, the future is now. Nitrile surpasses latex’s chemical resistance and durability, while being 100% synthetic. Presently, a shining clean support office means that an auto shop may be trusted to have the right computerized symptomatic gear. Nitrile gloves can withstand the high temperatures in the engine and they are exceptionally impervious to practically the entirety of the synthetic compounds in a car’s framework.
The EPA even recommends nitrile gloves because of its protection to paints and organic solvents. It’s no wonder mechanics use orange nitrile gloves.
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Justin Hines is an author at Harmony Supply Blog. With over a decade of experience working with cleanrooms, controlled environments, and industrial manufacturers, Justin Hines provides content to Harmony Lab & Safety Supplies.