MIDKNIGHT™ Nitrile Gloves

MIDKNIGHT™ Nitrile Gloves

MidKnight™ gloves offer the superior combination of durability and protection against day-to-day hazards, in a comfortable nitrile glove. The glove of choice for individuals who demand uncompromising quality and protection, MidKnight provides an exceptional balance of performance, comfort and durability. Designed specifically with a distinct color that resists stains.


  • Recommended for use in environments that demand firm grip and reliability
  • Enhanced tactile sensitivity
  • Powder-free
  • Fentanyl tested


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MidKnight™ gloves offer the superior combination of durability and protection against day-to-day hazards, in a comfortable nitrile glove. The glove of choice for individuals who demand uncompromising quality and protection, MidKnight provides an exceptional balance of performance, comfort and durability. Designed specifically with a distinct color that resists stains.


  • Recommended for use in environments that demand firm grip and reliability
  • Enhanced tactile sensitivity
  • Powder-free
  • Fentanyl tested


Specifications

Length (mm): 245

Cuff Thickness (mils): 3.1

Palm Thickness (mils): 4.7

Finger Thickness (mils): 5.5

Tensile Strength: 27 (before aging), 24 (after aging)

Question and Answers

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Are MIDKNIGHT Nitrile Gloves Certified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)?

Deb W.- 1 week ago

A

No, MIDKNIGHT Nitrile Gloves are not Certified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

Forrest U.- answered 1 week ago

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Length (mm): 245

Cuff Thickness (mils): 3.1

Palm Thickness (mils): 4.7

Finger Thickness (mils): 5.5

Tensile Strength: 27 (before aging), 24 (after aging)

Questions and Answers

Q

Are MIDKNIGHT Nitrile Gloves Certified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)?

Deb W.- 1 week ago

A

No, MIDKNIGHT Nitrile Gloves are not Certified by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

Forrest U.- answered 1 week ago