Nitrile Gloves

Nitrile Gloves

Nitrile gloves are built tough and resistant to many chemicals; they are the gold standard in professional hand protection for light and heavy-duty tasks. Whether you're seeking industrial-grade or medical-grade, we've got a box of nitrile gloves designed just for you. Discover the best nitrile gloves in the market with UniSafe Gloves and find your perfect fit with our color choices, thicknesses, and non-slip textures.

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Superior Quality, Latex-Free, Nitrile Rubber Gloves

Durable and Disposable Gloves, Made Without Natural Latex Rubber

Nitrile gloves are disposable, non-latex gloves made from synthetic rubber. These disposable rubber gloves have become essential personal protective equipment (PPE) in medical and industrial settings, since they are not made with natural rubber latex that may cause allergies. Nitrile gloves are also ultra-durable, chemical-resistant, watertight, touch-sensitive, puncture, and tear-resistant and come in various thicknesses, colors, and textures. 

  • Puncture-resistant: Keeping hands protected and clean longer with a single pair.
  • Tear-resistant:  Durable for extended use in heavy-duty industrial or automotive conditions.
  • Chemical-resistant: Protection from a wide range of harmful substances and biohazards.
  • Latex-Free: No latex allergy contaminations or concerns.
  • Form-fitting: For a snug, comfortable grip and effortless dexterity all day.
  • Variety of thicknesses: For the perfect level of touch sensitivity for precise handling.
  • Variety of colors: Color coding for different uses and a sleek, professional look.
  • Variety of textures: Secure grip in all conditions, wet or dry.

What are Nitrile Gloves Used For?

Nitrile gloves come in various sizes and designs for multiple applications, including automotive, childcare, cleaning, food service, industrial, janitorial, manufacturing, and painting. Medical grade nitrile gloves are rigorously tested for quality, specifically for medical or surgical uses. 

Nitrile is a popular choice for medical exam gloves and in lab settings (and tattoo shops) for their touch sensitivity and puncture resistance. They can also be used to prevent cross-contamination in food prep – a common choice to avoid allergic reactions from latex.

Industrial grade gloves have fewer requirements, but can be just as strong and durable. Law enforcement chooses nitrile for their comfort and chemical resistance. Mechanics work smarter by using them for their durability and textured grips. Industrial grade gloves are recommended for many non-medical uses. 

  • Healthcare Workers: Nitrile exam gloves for patient and personal safety during procedures.
  • Sanitation and Cleaning: Be safe from potent disinfectants during rigorous cleaning tasks.
  • Automotive: Engineered for tough garages, resisting oils, fuels, and automotive chemicals.
  • Food Industry: Hygienic and grippy for safe food handling and fewer slip-related accidents.
  • Manufacturing: Robust defense against a spectrum of industrial solvents and chemicals.
  • Laboratories: Precision and protection for safe handling of sensitive chemicals.
  • Tattoo Artists: Sleek black gloves embody professionalism in a hygienic environment.
  • Law Enforcement: Protection in the field, collecting evidence, or in inmate interactions.
  • Dentistry: A hygienic environment and a barrier to biohazards during dental procedures.
  • Beauty Salons: Protects from dyes and skin irritants, so beauticians' hands remain pristine.
  • Cannabis Manufacturing: Handle snacks, beverages, cosmetics, tinctures, and oils sanitarily.

Nitrile gloves are the all-around preferred disposable rubber gloves by many industrial, automotive, and medical uses for their softness and flexibility, molded in an extensive range of thicknesses, textures, and colors so that you can choose the perfect fit for the job. 

How to Buy Nitrile Gloves

Choosing the right glove for the job is key. Consider the glove thickness, which ranges from light (3 mil) for tasks requiring tactile sensitivity to thick nitrile disposable gloves (10 mil) for more robust jobs. You can choose colored nitrile gloves for specific tasks, to match company branding, or fit your personal preference and style. It’s a common misconception that certain colors are better or tougher, but it’s simply that a different dye has been added. 

Disposable gloves are manufactured with different types of rubber compounds to change how the glove feels, flexes, grips, and withstands wear. They can even be dipped at different angles to make parts of the glove thicker. Special textures and raised patterns can provide a firm grip in slippery conditions. Consider how important these features are when choosing your glove, and always be sure you select the right size for a snug fit that isn’t too tight – or too loose.

UniSafe Gloves: Great Gloves at Fair Prices

UniSafe Gloves is here to provide the highest quality nitrile gloves by the case – for any job. From trusted brands like Pitbull, Copperhead, and TopGrip, our unique selection ensures you get the right fit and protection. Serving both large organizations and small businesses, we pride ourselves on offering competitive prices and prompt delivery. By focusing on quality, we aim to make your glove purchase a cost-effective, long-term value. Your safety and satisfaction are our top priorities.

Nitrile Glove FAQs

Nitrile Glove FAQs

What Are Nitrile Gloves?

Nitrile is a type of disposable glove that is made from synthetic rubber (not natural rubber latex); they're designed to balance sensitivity and protection, making them ideal for a wide range of tasks.

Are Nitrile Gloves Latex Free?

All of UniSafe's nitrile gloves are not made with natural rubber latex. This design ensures that users have a comfortable and safe alternative to latex. It's always a good idea to consult a healthcare professional if you have specific skin sensitivities or concerns.

What Are Nitrile Gloves Made Of?

Our nitrile gloves are carefully crafted using a blend of acrylonitrile and butadiene, two synthetic rubber compounds. By adjusting the mix and introducing special proprietary ingredients, we can dial in unique properties for each glove.

For example, one of our 6 mil nitrile gloves might be super flexible, perfect for tasks that need a delicate touch. Another might be extra strong against chemicals, keeping your hands safe in tougher environments. With us, you're not just getting a glove – you're getting the right glove, tailored for the job at hand.

Are Nitrile Gloves Chemical Resistant?

UniSafe's heavy-duty nitrile gloves are designed to resist a broad array of chemicals, making them a top choice if you’re in an industry that handles hazardous materials or solvents. Learn more about specific chemical resistance in our disposable glove chemical resistance guide.

Are Nitrile Gloves Waterproof?

Yes, these rubber gloves provide a reliable watertight barrier, making them suitable for tasks involving liquids while keeping your hands dry and protected.

Are Nitrile Gloves FSA-Eligible?

Many nitrile gloves, including those from UniSafe, can be FSA-eligible. However, verifying with your specific FSA provider is always best to ensure eligibility.

How Long Do Nitrile Gloves Last?

While UniSafe’s, gloves are crafted for a long-lasting performance, it’s best to keep them away from heat, sunlight, and fluorescent lighting. Generally, our gloves can go strong for up to 5 years when stored properly. Always refer to the guidelines on the back of the box for the best care advice.

What Size Nitrile Gloves Do I Need?

We offer a diverse range of sizes so you can find the perfect fit. For the best fit measure your hand and refer to our glove sizing chart to select the most appropriate size. If you’re trying to choose between two sizes and are unsure we generally recommend going to the larger size and that will usually work.