They are polymer-coated for easy, powder-free donning and feature a beaded cuff to help prevent roll-down. The XTRA gloves are a generous 12 inches long and have a thicker feel (10.2 mil). They are made with natural rubber latex, a renewable resource.
Whether you need a latex glove for medical device manufacturing, pharmaceuticals or research labs, the Kimberly Clark PFE-Xtra Latex Exam Gloves offer protection you can trust. They help reduce the risk of cross-contamination and provide a barrier against splashes.
Update October 2020
The Uk government offered a VAT holiday on PPE products from1st of May to 31st of October. so this is now coming to an end and VAT wil charged on Goods from 2pm on th 30th October. Ay goods not shipped by the 30th October will be subject to VAT. This is due to VAT being applied at the point of invoice whioch is generated on shipping the goods from our warehouse. Customers affected will be contacted.
In these unprecedented times we have to deal with more product supply restrictions, price increases and surcharges being placed on our purchase orders for goods, particularly for critical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
It is important to note that many of these products are bought in foreign currency (dollars and euros) and due to recent large movements in exchange rate this has also negatively impacted the sterling cost price resulting in selling price increases. We intend to continue to provide all our main brands at normal list prices for as long as we can at this time although it is now clear that due to shortages and high demand national governments are restricting access to PPE products and in some cases applying additional export surcharges. Main manufacturers are also being asked to prioritise front line care workers.
Unfortunately from this point on we will have to include any additional government or increased freight surcharges applied to these products. To help mitigate such increases we are setting up a PPE sourcing team to try and find alternative global manufacturers of these types of products in short supply to be able to offer our customers alternative similar products. We hope to be able to find cost effective alternatives and we are happy to work with our customers purchasing departments to try and negotiate bulk discount prices.
As they become available we will list them here https://www.camlab.co.uk/products/products-in-stock
Although we now have to pass on increases and surcharges please be assured that we are not inflating our profits. We are doing our best to overcome shortages by sourcing products from alternative suppliers of PPE, but in some cases the prices of these products are significantly above normal due to demand and in other cases they do not meet the correct PPE regulations that could put the public or medical professionals at risk if sold improperly. We are working with Trading Standards Institute (TSI) and the British Safety Industry federation (BSIF) by reporting these suppliers/providers who we believe are wrongly exploiting the current situation.
Unfortunately we are also finding that unscrupulous suppliers are offering us counterfeit products. Camlab is a member of the BSIF and we are working closely with them to ensure the items we source and sell are properly CE EN/149 rated and tested accordingly. Please note that category III products require much stricter requirements including ongoing market surveillance. Reporting and documentation retention is considerably more onerous on manufactures, suppliers and customers for Health and Safety records, recall, notification and withdrawal purposes.
We wish all our customers well in these trying times and hope we can all return to business as normal as soon as possible
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Useful Information – Things to Check
Is your supplier a member of the BSIF – https://www.bsif.co.uk/
Has your supplier verified this product and has documentation available?
Medical devices EU regulations
The European Union Medical Device Regulation repeals the existing directives on medical devices: Medical Devices Directive [93/42/EEC] and Active Implantable Medical Device Directive [90/385/EEC]. The regulation was published on 5 May 2017 and came into force on 25 May 2017
European Union (EU) Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745
The standards, which cover face masks, medical gloves and protective clothing are listed below: