Value-add in gloves is an art creation by a group of experts.
The beauty of the LOW DERMA™ Technology is that the technology provides an all-round
protection and prevention to glove users through 3 key enhancement values:
Promotes allergy care with better protection to glove users with Type I Hypersensitivity (natural rubber latex protein) and Type IV Hypersensitivity (Chemical Accelerators: Thiurams, Thiazoles & Carbamates)
Lowering the risk of sensitised skin from worsening
Lowering the risk from developing hand sensitisation
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|Irritant Contact Dermatitis||Allergic Contact Dermatitis (Type IV [delayed] Hypersensitivity)||Latex Allergy (Type I [immediate] Hypersensitivity or NRL* protein allergy)|
|Causative Agents||Toxic chemicals (e.g., biocides, detergents); excessive perspiration; irritating chemicals used in hand products and in glove manufacturing||Accelerators and other chemicals used in glove manufacture; sterilants and disinfectants (e.g. glutaraldehyde); bonding agents (e.g. methracrylates); local anesthetics||Latex proteins from Hevea brasiliensis (rubber tree)|
|Reactions||Skin reactions usually confined to the area of contact||Skin reactions usually confined to the area of contact||Skin reactions may not only confine to the area of contact. Skin and systemic reactions can occur as soon as 2–3 minutes, or as long as several hours after skin or mucous membrane contact with the protein allergens|
|Acute: Red, dry, itchy irritated areas||Acute: Itchy, red rash, small blisters||Acute: Hives, swelling, runny nose, nausea, abdominal cramps, dizziness, low blood pressure, bronchospasm, anaphylaxis (shock)|
|Chronic: Dry, thickened skin, crusting, deep painful cracking, scabbing sores, peeling||Chronic: Dry thickened skin, crusting, scabbing sores, vesicles, peeling (appears 4–96 hours after exposure)||Chronic: As above, increased potential for extensive, more severe reaction|
|Diagnosis||By medical history, symptoms, and exclusion of Type IV and Type I hypersensitivity
Not an allergic reaction
|By medical history, symptoms, and skin patch test||By medical history, symptoms, and skin-prick or blood test|
Disclaimer: This result is based on the data collected from consumers' survey during tradeshows only and may not represent the entire population.Back to top
Designed & Developed to stay ahead of ever more stringent Regulatory Requirements by Prioritizing Consumer Protection and Safety with Stringent Quality Control & Product Testing.
Low Dermatitis Potential
Tested for Used with 15 Chemotherapy Drugs and Fentanyl Citrate
PPE CAT III
21 CFR 177.2600
Driven to create gloves that are not just functionally great but with a purpose to cater to every professional needs.
Medical examination is a procedure when a healthcare provider investigates a patient for any physical abnormalities or to administer the patient. Examinations are usually conducted at clinics, healthcare centers, hospitals, emergency rescue, dental procedures and assisted facilities (homecare services).
During administration of professional services such as laboratory, diagnostic, veterinary, industrial chemical handling, law enforcement, tattooist and emergency medical services, gloves are becoming increasingly important in preserving the protection of the users as well as enhance hygienic handling in performing their tasks accurately.
These applications such as food handling, manufacturing, automotive, beauty and janitorial require specially designed gloves in accordance to specific criteria and requirements built into the gloves due to the impact and scope of their tasks. With our extensive knowledge in these various market segment we are able to cater to the needs and offer specific product solutions.
Cleanroom is an environment with a controlled level of contamination (dust, microbes and aerosol particles), to prevent damage to a product during manufacturing. Think of microelectronics, semiconductors, or biotechnology, where a particle 200 times smaller than a human hair can lead to major and expensive failure.
General activities such as gardening, preparing meals, and cleaning often expose us to strong chemicals and repeating hand wash procedures. These are categorised as potential irritants that may affect our health condition.