Ship to:
All categories
Featured selections
Trade Assurance
Buyer Central
Help Center
Get the app
Become a supplier
About products and suppliers:

Disposable nitrile gloves are made with synthetic rubber that surpasses latex in every way. They feature higher puncture resistance, higher protection against chemicals, liquids, and gases, heavy-duty strength, and higher tactile sensitivity. Before stocking up though, business buyers in the medical and food industries on their way to buy nitrile gloves in bulk and find nitrile gloves wholesale suppliers on may find it useful to read the answer to common questions that customers have before buying nitrile coated gloves.

What are nitrile gloves best for?

Disposable nitrile gloves are the ideal choice for anyone who has to handle potentially hazardous and corrosive chemicals. They are also perfectly suited for most medical environments, being exceptionally puncture-resistant and eliminating the risk of latex allergy reactions.

Why are nitrile gloves so expensive?

The wholesale price of nitrile gloves has spiked in the last few years mainly due to a significant increase in demand and a shortage of raw materials for producing nitrile rubber. Retailers can still find great deals and numerous suppliers on

How long do nitrile gloves last?

Disposable nitrile gloves offer an average shelf life of about five years. While nitrile gloves do expire, some properly stored nitrile gloves have lasted up to 10 years without any signs of damage or degradation. That is if they are kept in their original packaging and kept in the right place.

Can I use nitrile gloves for food?

Nitrile gloves are one of the most commonly available types of disposable gloves. They are a highly versatile alternative to other disposable glove types and are often recommended for food handling. 4 or 5-mil nitrile gloves are suitable for handling food. However, 6-mil nitrile gloves and thicker are better for heavy-duty industrial use.

Are black nitrile gloves better than blue?

While blue nitrile gloves are a standard in the medical industry to differentiate them as non-latex gloves for people with latex allergies, black nitrile gloves are often used in automotive applications where oil and grime are prevalent.

Ensure you source a variety of nitrile gloves in bulk and in different thicknesses from depending on your customers’ fields of application, whether it be medical, food, etc., and in different colors for proper differentiation to avoid allergies and cross-contamination.

Haven't found the right supplier yet ? Let matching verified suppliers find you.

Get Quotation Now


Request for Quotation