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Industrial Nitrile Gloves

When you're working with heavy machinery or caustic chemicals, choose industrial nitrile gloves for superior abrasion and puncture resistance. They're waterproof and greaseproof, and they hold up against acids, bases, organic solvents, and electric shocks, among many other hazards. Our heavy duty nitrile gloves keep you protected on the toughest jobs.

Requirements For Industrial Nitrile Gloves

The main FDA requirement for nitrile industrial gloves is the Acceptable Quality Limit (AQL) of 4.0, meaning that no more than 4% of gloves in a batch can have defects. But you’ll also want to make sure any glove purchased for demanding jobs can resist tearing and provide a barrier against harsh chemicals.

Our industrial nitrile gloves are flexible and won't hamper your dexterity, but won’t tear easily during rough work. Textured fingertips help you keep your grip on your equipment, while beaded cuffs help you don and remove gloves without ripping them.

What Is The Difference Between Medical and Industrial Gloves?

Medical gloves are held to a tougher AQL standard than industrial gloves — 2.5 as opposed to 4.0 — so not all nitrile industrial gloves can be used for medical exams. However, all of our nitrile gloves meet FDA requirements for exam gloves. They're powder-free and latex-free, so they won't irritate your skin or trigger allergies.

What Are Industrial Nitrile Gloves Used For?

You can use industrial nitrile gloves for a huge range of tasks, including automotive repair, janitorial services, pest control, and electrical work. Their combination of comfort and toughness makes them great all-purpose disposable gloves. Black and blue nitrile gloves are especially popular for those who want to maintain a professional experience despite grime and stains.