Ansell GAMMEX Sensitive Latex PF Sterile Gloves

by: Ansell
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$3.61

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SKU ANS00089

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Ansell GAMMEX Sensitive Latex PF Sterile Gloves

Ansell GAMMEX Sensitive Latex PF Sterile Gloves - Sold in Pairs

Ansell GAMMEX PF Sensitive is the glove of choice where ultra-sensitivity and a powder free environment is required.Ideally suited to microsurgery environments.

Glove Colour:

  • Soft brown colour to reduce glare from operating lights when using magnification instruments

Special Features:

  • Specifically designed for ophthalmic, vascular, plastics, neuro and other sensitive procedures
  • Powder free glove offering strength, softness, comfort and grip
  • Excellent latex moisture control maintains shape and fit with hand
  • With P.E.A.R.L. wash technology < 50 ug/dm2 residual proteins, reducing risk of latex sensitisation
  • Moisture control reduces risk of electrosurgery shocks

Surface Finish:

  • External surface has mild textured finish for excellent wet instrument grip

Glove Type

  • Chlorinated glove resulting in a smooth non-textured inner surface
  • Surface finishing by chlorination to prevent blocking

Shape Features:

  • Thinner latex formula improves finger sensitivity for delicate instrumentation

Cuff Features:

  • Cuff is even thickness providing strength and improved gown grip
  • 'Sticky band' positioned at the cuff end to secure gown and prevent roll down
  • Branding size, L or R printed on cuff for easy identification

Quality Standards:

  • Statistically tested to an AQL of 0.65 before packaging for pinholes
  • Carries the CE Mark, conforms to EN 455 and ISO 10282
  • Gamma irradiation sterilised
  • Complies to FDA QSR (Quality System Regulation)
  • Use of virgin packaging materials, minimising field contamination