Radiation Protection Gloves

What makes the our gloves the best in the industry? See below for our specifications that meet and exceed CE and ASTM standards.

Radiation Attenuation Data:
Attenuation measurement at broad beam according to EN 1331-1 (IEC 61331-1/ASTM-2547-06)

Radiation Beam Energy Level Skin Dose Reduction Skin Dose Reduction Skin Dose Reduction
Max Thin Ultrathin
60 kV 63% 51% 41%
80 kV 53% 44% 33%
100 kV 46% 39% 28%
125 kV 41% 27% 21%

Nominal value for lead equivalence is 0.04 mm Pb. Settings for lead equivalence: 80 kV, 0.15 mm Cu filter, narrow beam.

Sizing:

Size Minimum Length (mm/inches) Palm Width (mm/inches)
6 280/11.0 80/3.1
7 280/11.0 85/3.3
7 285/11.2 94/3.7
8 285/11.2 100/3.9
8 290/11.4 107/4.2
9 290/11.4 114/4.5

Characteristics:

Technical Parameters Before Ageing After Ageing
Finger tip thickness, (mm) 0.35 0.35
Palm thickness, (mm) 0.32 0.32
Cuff thickness, (mm) 0.30 0.30
Lead equivalence (mm Pb) 0.04 0.04
Tensile strength (MPa) Min 16 Min 14
Color Khaki
Material Natural latex
Protective material Mixture of lead-free elements
Donning agent None-powder free
Azo dyes None
Residual powder Less than 2 micrograms/glove
Protein content Less than 50 micrograms/gram
Sterilization Gamma sterilization
Packing One sterile pair per pouch
Storage Store in cool, dry place

Quality Assurance:

Produced in our state-of-the-art dipping facility, each glove is subjected to rigorous contamination control and is thoroughly tested before being gamma sterilized at an independent facility.

Dimensions & physical properties as per EN 420 S-2, AQL 4.0
Inspection for holes as per EN 455 100%
Visual inspection for major and minor defects 100%
1000 ml water test 100%
Attenuation/lead equivalence as per EN 1331-1 N=5
Tensile testing as per EN 455 N=10