· Extra light weight and small volume for storage.
· Tiny texture for improved grip
· Plasticizer free, phthalate free, latex free, protein free
Polyethylene is one of the most common and cheaper plastics, and often identified with the initials PE, it is a plastic with excellent chemical stability and therefore often used as an insulator and produced for films which are in contact with food (bags and foils). In the case of disposable gloves production, it is made by cutting and heat-sealing the film.
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is stiffer and harder than low density Polyethylene and is used for gloves that require the lowest costs (see the use at petrol stations or department store).
Low Density (LDPE) is a more flexible material, less rigid and therefore used for gloves which require a greater sensitivity and softer welds as for example in the medical field.
CPE Gloves (Cast Polyethylene) is a formulation of Polyethylene that, thanks to a calendering, assumes the peculiar roughened finish that allows a higher sensitivity and grip.
TPE Gloves are made of thermoplastic elastomer, polymers that can be molded more than once when heated. Thermoplastic elastomer also has the same elasticity as rubber.
Like CPE gloves, TPE gloves are known for their durability. They weigh less in grams than CPE gloves and are also flexible and resilient products.