Why Stretch LDPE Gloves?

Because we’re tired of clumsy products that don’t work.

Vinyl will soon become obsolete - at least we hope so

Vinyl is already banned in several countries and the US is beginning to consider this.

Made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), it is fairly hard, like the pipes at the hardware store. Then toxic chemicals are added to make the material more pliable and stretchy. But the basic nature of PVC, a hard plastic, leads to microscopic cracks when stretched. So as soon as you pull them on, you’re in trouble. Vinyl gloves are known to have a 12-61% failure rate during use. (READ MORE HERE)

Be careful using vinyl gloves around chemicals. The list of chemicals they CANNOT be used with is far longer than the safe list.

HDPE gloves are CHEAP

Low value in more ways than one. They offer the least effective pretection of any, increasing your liability.

Hard plastic, high density poly gloves simply do not stretch.

Frequent glove breaches mean even more frequent glove changes – you use more, you buy more.

Nitrile has issues you should be aware of too.

Nitrile, a benchmark for disposable gloves, are first and foremost – expensive. When you need frequent glove changes for production quality, this can strain any budget. Many try to work around this by wearing the gloves too long or too many times – pulling the same gloves on and off. Never a good idea.

Nitrile gloves for most uses can be overkill. Particularly if you are having to buy thicker, more expensive versions just to keep them from ripping apart.

PPI gloves are the solution.
Tested leak resistance to medical exam quality
– without the sticker shock.

We believe in helping keep people safe and well -
more sustainable disposable gloves

Climate Partners Certification

Verified climate impact certification.

Thinner Recycleable Non-Toxic LDPE Means:
    Less vinyl chloride in landfills
    Less water used in manufacturing
    Less shipping costs
    Less carbon incineration emissions
Climate Partners Certification
okay for most cleaning products
food safe disposable gloves

10X more tear resistant than nitrile

4x more puncture resistant than HDPE

Lower failure rate than nitrile or vinyl*

FDA approved for food contact

Leak Tested to Medical Exam Quality

Provides an Antimicrobial Barrier

Non-Sterile Clean Room Suitable

Nontoxic and Recyclable with NO “Forever Chemicals”

Free of Latex, Nitrile, Vinyl Chloride & Powder

Textured for grip and easy donning

Stretchable for good fit & comfort

Excellent sensitivity & dexterity

Resistant to common chemicals

Easy On-Off

*Failure rates of vinyl gloves were 12-61%, compared to 0-4% for nitrile, compared to <1% for PPI Stretch Poly Gloves

Better employee compliance = Better outcomes

Users generally remark that the gloves are not only easier to pull on, but they also seem to feel cooler. That may be, but we definitely say that these gloves are thinner and more responsive to feel than vinyl, textured for good grip, and far less tear resistant than vinyl or nitrile.

That said, getting rank and file employees to use these protective gloves properly should be an easier task – reducing your liability of contamination and chemical exposure.

And PPI gloves are economical enough to keep up with the proper use of gloves – single use, changing between tasks and consistant use.

Warning: If used as directed, the Protospheric® Gloves can help prevent many accidental injuries. However, under some levels of force, objects may penetrate it, possibly causing injury or exposure to communicable diseases. Use this product according to directions, making sure the glove covers the area needing protection. Always use care when working with any sharp objects. If an injury does occur, provide appropriate medical care immediately.  Protospheric™ Gloves are not a substitute for training, supervision, and careful work practices.