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Powder-Free Latex & Textured Grip
19 mil finger thickness
Three times thicker than regular latex exam gloves with a micro-textured surface that provides excellent grip
55 gloves by weight per box
Suitable for: Auto, Aviation, Marine, EMS, Fire Dept., Industrial, Manufacturing, Law Enforcement, Plumbing, Painting
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Size:Small/10 box case
|Item Weight||22.6 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||19.3 x 11.1 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||HERO02|
|Manufacturer Part Number||HERO02-1000|
74 customer reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#95,956 in Industrial & Scientific (See top 100)
|Shipping Weight||22.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Date First Available||August 31, 2018|
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Size:Small/10 box case
The Adenna HERO High Risk Exam Glove is a 14 mil thick, extended cuff, powder free latex exam glove designed to provide the highest level of protection for high-risk and heavy-duty applications. The glove fingers are almost 4 times thicker than regular latex exam gloves. The HERO Exam Glove is about 12 inches long and provides coverage over the wrist and forearm for additional protection. This glove comes in a dark blue color and is ideal for EMS, trauma, law enforcement, mortuary, laboratory, mid to heavy mechanics and industrial use. With greater strength, you get a glove that is safer and more durable to work for longer periods of time. It meets the single-use emergency medical examination glove requirements of NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 1999 – 2013 standard on protective clothing for emergency medical operations.
March 13, 2017
Fortunately, I do not. I was a little put off by the price (compared to other gloves) but decided to try a box. WOW. I’ve gone through perhaps 20 gloves so far and have NOT TORN ONE. Granted, I don’t do a lot of work with sharp edges/points or terribly rough work in these (not the right glove for that), but I’ve used them for hard gardening (soil mixing, heavy weeding, field fencing) as well as mechanical (oil changes, gas fills, etc) and various other household tasks….. and then have been able to take them off, dry them out (they do accumulate sweat on warm days), and reuse them a few times.
I’ve used heavy leather gloves for this in the past, but after that amount of time the glove would be a mass of needles stuck in the leather and starting to work their ways through to my hands.
I tried these gloves today instead. So much better! Still got a couple of sticks from large spines, but the little hair-thin barbed spines (glochids) were mostly turned aside. I had maybe a half dozen times over two hours when I felt a light prick and could see a single spine had stuck in the glove. (The glochids grow in clusters, so normally you don’t get one, you get a half dozen or more.) They were easy to detect by lightly rubbing my fingers together, easy to see against the blue glove material, and so lightly embedded that I could easily pluck them out and keep working.
September 21, 2018