Who sells accelerant-free nitrile gloves??
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On Sep 2, 2016, at 8:34 AM, paracelcusbombastusvon**At_Symbol_Here**juno.
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Lucy,You hit the nail on the head. The sensitivity is not to the "polymer" but rather the "accelerants" or catalysts.Lynn Knudtson
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From: Lucy Dillman <lucydillman**At_Symbol_Here**COMCAST.NET>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Latex and Nitrile Glove Allergies
Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2016 18:46:34 -0700
=C3- =BB =BFI'm weighing in on the glove issue. I have a sensitivity to latex gloves, so switched to nitrile. (All powder free, by the way). After some time, I felt like bees were stinging my hands when wearing nitrile gloves. I tried using cotton glove liners, but they are hot and awkward, at least for me, when performing fine motor tasks. After some study, I discovered accelerant free nitrile gloves. Apparently it is the accelerant they use in making the material that can be a sensitizer. My problem was solved.Best wishes,Lucy Dillman----- Original Message -----From: Amanda MacPhersonSent: Thursday, September 01, 2016 1:05 PMSubject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Latex and Nitrile Glove AllergiesHi Zack,No, we do not have powered gloves. They are the thin gloves that we use for general purpose use. We have specialty gloves for some specific applications, but the student will not be working with those types of materials for this particular lab.
On Thu, Sep 1, 2016 at 1:54 PM, Zack Mansdorf <mansdorfz**At_Symbol_Here**bellsouth.net> wrote:
Are you using powdered gloves? Nitrile allergies are pretty rare. Are these thin gloves or thick gloves (thin I assume).
If the glove use is to keep the student clean or the work area clean, there are potential alternatives. If it is for chemical permeation resistance, you need to check permeation guides.
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I have not heard of nitrile glove allergy but allergy to latex is not uncommon. It would be good to document the nitrile allergy if it has not been previously reported. Perhaps you could try vinyl gloves but I would do it cautiously since this person is allergic to nitrile (a polymer).
>From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety"
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>Subject: [DCHAS-L] Latex and Nitrile Glove Allergies
>From: Amanda MacPherson
>Re: Latex and Nitrile Glove Allergies
>We currently have a student going through our chemistry program that has an allergy to latex and nitrile gloves. Does anyone know of a suitable alternative they would recommend? I have found several alternatives, but I know virtually nothing about the gloves themselves.
>Chemistry Laboratory Coordinator
>Physical Sciences Department
>York College of Pennsylvania
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>York, PA 17403
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