Disposable gloves are mainly used in healthcare and food processing industries. As protective products, in order to avoid cross-infection between medical staff and patients, disposable gloves have undergone countless developments, such as natural rubber, nitrile rubber, latex and so on. Compared with latex gloves, nitrile gloves are more puncture resistant, non-allergenic, and have a longer shelf life.
However, each type of glove has its unique advantages, so disposable gloves can be widely used in various industries, such as catering services, agriculture, social and health services, and medical industries. With the increase of epidemic diseases, such as AIDS, swine flu, Ebola virus, covid-19, etc., all are driving the explosive growth of disposable gloves.
According to the United States Joint Market Research, the annual compound growth rate of powder-free gloves is the fastest. The reason is that powder-free gloves are non-allergenic compared to powdered gloves. The market demand is shifting from powder-free gloves to powder-free gloves. The development of the industrialized market, the continued deterioration of the epidemic and the popularity of disposable nitrile gloves are the catalysts for the rapid growth of the disposable glove industry.
KIEYYUEL disposable nitrile gloves are more chemically resistant and non-allergenic than latex gloves, which makes them popular in the automotive industry. The Occupational Health Center of the California Medical and Health Service reported that disposable nitrile gloves are commonly used in automotive-related industries because they protect the skin from absorbing highly corrosive chemicals and solvents.
Even though the current international epidemic has contributed to the rapid growth of disposable gloves, as the economy continues to recover, in the future, disposable gloves in the non-medical field will grow faster than the medical industry.
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