Micro-Touch SensiClean Gloves

by: Ansell
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BOX of 100

SKU ANS00139

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Ansell Micro-Touch SensiClean II Gloves

Box of 100 - Powder Free Latex Examination Gloves

Micro-Touch SensiClean II examination gloves combine excellent tactility with high levels of comfort. This glove has been designed for caring for frail skin while delivering a positive, non-aggressive grip. Micro-Touch SensiClean II is also the glove of choice for those wishing to double glove.

Areas of use:

  • Venipuncture
  • Geriatrics
  • Double gloving
  • Endoscopy
  • Frail skin care
  • Dental practice

Glove Colour:

  • Cream colour

Special Features:

  • Ambidextrous powder free gloves with excellent tactile sensitivity
  • Mild textured gloves with a very comfortable fit and feel
  • Ideal product for effortless double gloving
  • Low allergenicity glove due to both low chemical residues and latex protein (total protein levels less than 50ug/dm2) and the absence of powder
  • Thiurams and mercaptobenzotiazoles free, decreasing the risk of allergic contact dermatitis
  • Layer pack for easier dispensing and reduction of waste
  • Three year shelf-life
  • Full size range - XS to XL (five sizes)

Surface Finish:

  • Mild textured surface for secure wet and dry grip while still very gentle on the patient's skin. If higher grip levels are required, please try Micro-Touch DermaClean

Glove Type:

  • Chlorinated powder free glove

Cuff Features:

  • Beaded cuff

Glove Properties

  • Material: Natural Rubber Latex (NRL)
  • Colour: Cream
  • Donning agent: None
  • Design: Ambidextrous with beaded cuff
  • Fingertip thickness (single): 0.11mm
  • Cuff thickness (single): 0.08mm
  • Length: 240mm

Quality Standards:

  • Statistically tested to an AQL of 1.5 for pinholes (exceeds world standards)
  • Manufacturing facilities are both FDA certified - Good Manufacture Practice (GMP) and ISO 13485 certified
  • Complies with AS/NZS 4011:1997