Hands-On Protection for Medical Professionals:
Proven Barrier Protection
Comfort & Sensitivity
Glove Length: Min. 230 mm
Thickness (palm): Min. 0.08 mm
Thickness (finger): Min. 0.08 mm
Tensile Strength (unaged): Min. 9 Mpa
Tensile Strength (aged): Min. 9 Mpa
Elongation (unaged): Min. 300 %
Elongation (aged): Min. 300 %
AQL Pinhole Test: 2.5
100 gloves in a box
1. What’s AQL?
AQL is the Acceptable Quality Level; which is a quality specification that manufacturers, as well as the FDA use to specify the pinhole rate in medical examination gloves. According to the FDA, they specify an AQL of 2.5 for the medical examination gloves. This means that the defect level from a large number of gloves will not be more than 2.5%.
2. What’s Tensile Strength?
The tensile strength of a glove is the measurement of the amount of force or pull required to break any examination glove.
3. What’s Elongation?
Elongation is the length a glove material can be stretched before it breaks, expressed as a percent of the original length.