The COLOR-Q Aloe is a 5 mil exam grade glove that adds the healing properties of ACTIValoe to an already over-achieving platform.
Featuring advanced durability and dexterity in a 9.5" length with 5 mil fingers combined with TouchTek for a glove with fewer contaminants that can compromise sensitive laboratory work surfaces or cause irritation to the wearer's skin. The COLOR-Q Aloe is the perfect choice for a variety of applications.
COLOR-Q Aloe is Dermatologically Approved by the Skin Health Alliance and has met stringent standards that ensure skin safety.
ACTIValoe® Preserving the benefits of aloe, such as skin conditioning, anti-inflammation and healing properties to give users a positive, therapeutic single use glove environment that promotes skin health.
TouchTek™ On the outside, TouchTek technology reduces the contamination of sensitive materials and workspaces. On the inside, TouchTek reduces the chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin, leading to irritation or painful reactions.
Color-Q® Dual Color, 2-Ply construction provides the best of two worlds. The enhanced durability of a glove engineered with two distinct polymer layers, combined with the visual breach detection feature of a contrasted interior color.
Non-latex nitrile offers superior abrasion and puncture resistance and the fully textured grip allows better handling of small parts and slippery objects.
Features and Benefits
• 2-Ply Color-Q construction provides durability and visual breach detection
• Patented ACTIValoe process helps sooth and heal hands
•TouchTek helps prevent skin irritation and sample contamination - Silicone-free for critical environments
• Fully textured surface provides excellent wet and dry grip
• 0.65 AQL exceeds laboratory standards
• SHA Dermatologically Approved
• Light Chemical Mixing
• Chemical Handling
• Handling and Packaging
• Class 1 Medical Devices
• Liquid Handling
• Pharma Production
• First Responder EMS
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