Ansell TouchNTuff 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves
Ansell TouchNTuff 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves are light textured single-use examination gloves that provide reliable and comfortable protection against sodium hydroxide, hydrogen peroxide and formaldehyde. Perfect for professional laboratories and testing facilities, Ansell 69-318 Disposable Gloves also guard against viruses and contamination.
Ansell TouchNTuff Disposable Gloves are ambidextrous for ease of use and are suitable for a wide range of applications in the electronics, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
- 1 x Box of 100 Disposable Gloves
Sizing Information for Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves
Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves are available in five different sizes. To find the perfect one for you, simply measure your palm circumference (ignoring the thumb area) and the length of your hand as indicated in the image below.
Once you have your measurements, please consult the sizing chart below to find the correct size for your hand.
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 6 ||152mm ||160mm |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
Key Features and Benefits of the 69-318 Gloves
- Incredibly lightweight latex foundation maximises dexterity
- Great for accuracy and precision when handling intricate material
- Textured finish promotes a strong and stable grip
- Ambidextrous design for ease of application
- Flexible and comfortable to wear over long periods
- Intended for single-use applications
- Foodstuffs certified for use in canteens, assembly lines and restaurants
- Rolled, beaded cuff for easy donning and doffing
- Powder-free design reduces contamination risk
- Sold in a box of 100 gloves
Suitable Applications and Environments for Ansell TouchNStuff 69-318 Gloves
Thanks to their chemical resistance and textured finish, Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves are perfect for a range of environments, including:
- Laboratory analysis
- Chemical testing
- Product inspection
- Mechanical work
- Vehicle maintenance
- Food manufacturing
- Tattoo artistry
- Janitorial work
- Glass manufacturing
Protection Ratings and Safety Standards
EN 374: Chemical Resistance
|Chemical ||Breakthrough Time |
|Formaldehyde, 37% ||> 480 minutes |
|Hydrogen Peroxide, 30% ||103 minutes |
|Sodium Hydroxide, 40% ||> 480 minutes |
EN 374-5:2016: Protection Against Micro-organisms
These gloves meet the European Standards for protection against viruses.
- Regulation 2016/425
- EN 21420:2020 + A1:2018
- European Regulation 1935/2004 & EC-Regulation 2023/2006: 'Good Manufacturing Practices for Materials and Articles to Come into Contact with Foodstuffs'
Lightly Textured Coating
A slightly textured coating on the palm face of these gloves maximises the grip and stability the user gets when handling intricate and small bits of equipment. Their lightweight, thin design makes Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves ideal for testing facilities, where the use of tricky little implements and tools is all part of the job.
Food Safe Design
If all that weren't enough, Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves are also certified under the European regulation "1935/2004" as safe for use in contact with foodstuffs. Great for keeping around in the canteen or for constant use in a restaurant or on an assembly line, their beaded cuff makes them perfect for pulling off and whacking a new pair on when changing stations.
What's So Special About Latex?
Latex is an incredibly durable, cost-efficient coating. Because of its widespread use and subsequently inexpensive nature, gloves manufactured with it are inexpensive whilst remaining high quality. Latex coated gloves tend to have a higher puncture and tear resistance than their nitrile counterparts, making them ideal for use in contact with tools and other implements.
Thin and Lightweight Construction
Sometimes thinner is better. The ultra-lightweight design used by Ansell 69-318 Disposable Latex Gloves allows the user's hands to take centre stage, maximising dexterity, accuracy and precision when working with food, machine parts or implements in a science lab.
Stretchy Fabric Reduces Rips and Tears
Thankfully, latex is an incredibly stretchy fabric that allows you to move your hands freely without worrying about rips, tears or fabric splitting. This is a must have if you work with chemicals, as any skin exposure can cause serious injury.
Powder-free gloves pose far less of a risk with regards to contamination, dermatological outbreaks and allergic reactions. This is because the lack of powder prevents bacteria spreading when you remove your gloves, making powder-free gloves an essential attribute if you work in professional medical or scientific environments.
Beaded Cuff for Easy Application
Ansell 69-318 Chemical Resistance Disposable Gloves feature a beaded cuff that makes application and removal a breeze. Simply grip the raised beaded area at the wrist and pull your gloves off.
This cuff also allows you to snap your gloves during application, ensuring there's no trapped air or dirt underneath.
Documentation for the Ansell TouchNTuff 69-318 Gloves