Showa 6110PF Biodegradable Nitrile Disposable Gloves – 100
The Showa 6110PF Biodegradable Nitrile Glove provides the same physical properties as traditional nitrile gloves – durability, texture, fit and performance along with the same shelf life. But it also has the added advantage of being 100% biodegradable.
Swap your single-use gloves with a high quality biodegradable alternative to reduce your environmental impact and protect our planet for generations to come.
Provides comfort, dexterity and protection from chemicals
100% nitrile disposable glove with a smooth grip
CE Marked, EN374-5, ENISO 374-1:2016 / Type B approved
Eco Best Technology® enables the glove to biodegrade once disposed of in landfill
Second-skin fit and feel for comfort and dexterity
Ambidextrous; can be worn on either hand
Significantly stronger alternative to latex
Latex free – ideal for people with a Type I latex sensitivity
EU Food Safe approved
Thickness: 0.10mm (4mil)
Length: 240mm (9.5inches)
Green in colour
Boxed in 100’s
Glove Applications: Agriculture, Automotive, Chemical, Food, Healthcare, Municipal services
Facts About SHOWA Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves:
The Worlds First Biodegradable Nitrile Glove. The "Eco Best Technology" (EBT) organic additive is added to each glove. Gloves offer high performance hand protection for many tasks. The glove’s shelf life is unaffected by EBT. Non-contaminated gloves can be sent to landfill.
How it biodegrades in landfill:
EBT makes the glove attractive to microbial activity. The gloves are digested by microbes and turned into biogasses and nitrous soil.
Within 6 months the gloves are 20% biodegraded. After 5 years (depending on landfill conditions) the gloves are entirely degraded. Without EBT this process would take over 100 years.
Boosts Environmental Performance
Reduces Glove Treatment Costs
Supports Green Purchasing Policies
AQL stands for ‘Actual Quality Level’. An AQL result of 1.5 suggests that there are less than 1.5% of products within the batch that are defective.
An important consideration regarding AQL is that the lower the AQL number rating, the greater barrier protection the wearer will have.
The most common AQL numbers in the UK and Europe are 1.5 and 4.0. However, there are also gloves available that meet AQL levels as low as 1.0 and even 0.65 giving the wearer the highest levels of protection.