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1. 3 COMMON SAFETY CONCERNS ANSWERED with Microflex ® 93-850 Disposable Gloves When workers in factories, laboratories and other demanding environments wear disposable gloves every day, they may complain about the fit and feel. While some complaints are inevitable, others may be an early indicator of a more serious problem that could lead to injury. Here are 3 common complaints, what each might mean, and how to choose gloves to prevent injuries down the road. COMPLAINT WHAT IT MIGHT MEAN HOW TO PREVENT IT HOW MICROFLEX 93-850 CAN HELP “My gloves break apart after contact with some liquids.” If workers find their gloves degrade and easily break apart, they likely need a glove that offers better protection against the particular cleaning solutions, disinfectants, oils and other chemical mixtures they’re in contact with. Ask to see the degradation and permeation data for the gloves you currently buy. Use the data to select gloves that maintain their strength and physical properties for longer periods of time when exposed to the chemicals you use. In chemical permeation tests of a wide range of chemicals, new Microflex 93-850 gloves outperform other brands of disposable nitrile gloves – offering 2 times more chemical splash protection.* “My gloves rip easily .” When gloves frequently rip or tear during the course of a job, it can put workers at risk of exposure to hazardous materials. For more robust protection, look for heavier weight gloves with higher tensile strength and greater force at break values. Microflex 93-850 gloves are highly durable nitrile disposable gloves, offering Tensile Strength of >26 MPa or Force at Break of >12 N. “I’m worried about possible breaches .” Not all gloves are manufactured to the same standards. Some may have more pinhole defects that allow chemicals, waste and other hazardous materials to seep through the glove barrier. These breaches expose workers to a variety of hazards, from skin irritation to severe health risks. When the potential for exposure to harmful materials is high, ask your safety sales rep for gloves with low Acceptable Quality Levels (AQL) of 0.65 or less. This is an indication that the glove is manufactured and tested to higher standards, and that there is a lower risk of a glove having a pinhole defect. New Microflex 93-850 gloves are the ultimate in barrier protection. They’re the first disposable gloves to achieve a low AQL of 0.40. This means they have 73% fewer defects per lot when compared to standard disposable gloves with an AQL of 1.5. † • 2X more chemical splash protection* • Highest barrier quality & consistency † (low 0.40 AQL) Request a sample at www.ansell.com/microflex93850 * Based on EN 374 and ASTM F739 chemical permeation test data, when compared to performance of disposable nitrile gloves of a similar weight. Visit www.Ansell.com/Microflex93-850chemtest to view chemical permeation test data. † Microflex 93-850 0.40 AQL is lower than the AQL of other known industrial and medical grade disposable gloves Ansell, ® and ™ are trademarks owned by Ansell Limited or one of its affiliates. US Patented and US and non-US Patents Pending: www.ansell.com/patentmarking © 2017 Ansell Limited. All Rights Reserved.


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