This section provides an overview for inspection gloves as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 3 inspection glove manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Inspection gloves are used for quality control and precision work. Since fibers, lint, and other debris from gloves may fall and get mixed in with products when working with ordinary gloves, inspection gloves are used at sites where dust and dirt are not allowed, such as precision parts and painting sites.
An inspection glove is designed to fit the hand well and provide a good grip so that detailed work can be performed with the fingertips. Antistatic gloves are also available for use with electronic components and other static-sensitive materials.
Inspection gloves are used in a wide variety of industries, as contamination by foreign matter that may lead to complaints. In particular, inspection gloves are used in food processing, precision parts, and painting. There are also gloves with urethane resin coated on the fingertips that enable detailed work using the fingers, and these gloves are used in line work such as the assembly of automobile parts and general machine assembly.
There are also inspection gloves with excellent air permeability, which are used for long hours of work while wearing gloves, such as quality control and sorting work.
Inspection gloves are made from a variety of materials, including cotton, nylon, and polyester. All of these gloves are designed to prevent foreign substances such as fiber, lint, and rubber dust caused by abrasion from entering the product. Gloves coated with urethane rubber are also available. They improve the fit and grip of the fingertips, and gloves with carbon kneaded into the glove to increase conductivity and prevent static electricity charging.
On the other hand, gloves that are coated with rubber or have bare fibers may generate lint or rubber dust due to friction if they are used for a long time or if a strong force is applied to them. To prevent contamination, disposable inspection gloves should be changed frequently.
When working near rotating parts, gloves may get caught in the machinery and cause serious injury.
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