Cleanroom Gloves including Disposable Nitrile and Latex Gloves for ISO Class 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
Gloves for cleanroom applications are made of ultra-clean natural and synthetic rubbers such as latex and nitrile. They are minimal in particle generation and out-gassing. Disposable gloves for contamination control are cleanroom processed and packaged in poly bags. Read More
Typical Cleanroom Glove Specification:
- Highly puncture resistant
- Clean room processed, packaged, and bagged
- Special washing and drying processing
- Minimal out gassing and particle generation
- Resistance to a variety of chemicals
- Extended length, beaded cuff
Our selection of cleanroom gloves are designed and manufactured for a variety of contamination control applications including cleanroom, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, semiconductor, and electronics assembly.
Manufactured for the Most Demanding Applications
Our sterile cleanroom gloves meet the strict requirements of controlled environments including food processing and handling, anti-static electronics assembly application, and medical / pharmaceutical sterile applications. We stock a variety of USP 797 / USP 800 and ASTM-tested chemo gloves. Browse our large selection of disposable gloves, including sterile gloves, latex gloves, vinyl gloves, and nitrile gloves.
Gloves that Meet a Variety of Cleanroom Specifications including Class 1, 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000 and 100,000 Compatibility
We stock options suitable for ultra-critical cleanrooms including ISO 3-4 (formerly Class 1-10) to less-critical cleanrooms (ISO 7-8). In addition to manufacturing disposable gloves that maintain cleanroom guidelines, we provide gloves that are comfortable for all-day use.
What Makes a Glove Suitable for Cleanroom Applications?
There are common features that make a disposable glove suitable for clean room use. They should be engineered to yield minimal out-gassing and particle generation. Powdered gloves are not acceptable in a cleanroom. Powder can break away from the surface and contaminate the environment. Additionally, a sterile cleanroom glove should be durable and resistant to minor punctures.
Packaging is also important when selecting cleanroom gloves. They should be double bagged. Cardboard dispensing boxes are not recommended for use in a critically controlled environment.
Looking for Additional Information and Options?
Contact us to discuss additional options not listed on our website. We have over 20 years of manufacturing experience with products for controlled environments.