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Kimberly-Clark's Rightcycle programme
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How To Reduce Your PPE waste with Kimberly-Clark's Rightcycle programme

Did you know that PPE can make up to 20% of a lab's solid waste? Becoming more environmentally sustainable is a target for many labs and the sheer volume of single use plastics and PPE you are using may be a huge road block in achieving this. Global PPE manufacturer Kimberly-Clark have listened to their customers concerns and have created the RightCycle Program. What is the RightCycle Pr...
Which nitrile glove do I need?
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Which nitrile glove do I need? A guide to Shield gloves

The range of Shield gloves is available in three different colours - adopting a traffic light system for straightforward selection of the glove type most appropriate for your task.  Each glove type is designed for a different type of hazard that would be present in your lab - general risks, biological risks and chemical risks. This traffic light system makes it easy for you to select the most a...
Nitra-Touch Gloves from Ansell
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Gemelli Rome Hospital Chooses Nitra-Touch Gloves from Ansell

The facility is one of Italy’s major multi-disciplinary oncology centres, with over 3,000 healthcare professionals. On a yearly bases 40,000 people are treated in the Oncology and Haematology Centre, receiving more than 35,000 chemotherapy treatments. Stefano Pepe, Nurse, Haematology Day Hospital: “The haematology department is essentially subject to two types of risk: firstly biological risk,...
Laboratory Gloves
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What safety standards apply to laboratory gloves?

Gloves are used everyday in laboratories to protect the staff from potentially harmful chemicals. To make sure the protection is adequate, a range of Europe wide standards have been developed so you can be confident that the gloves you buy will keep you safe. [caption id="attachment_11539" align="aligncenter" width="384"] Are my nitrile, vinyl or latex gloves compliant with all safety sta...
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What gloves are suitable for RNAse free environments?

Simply wearing gloves may not provide sufficient protection against RNAse - we've taken a look at what precautions should be taken, and which gloves are suitable for RNAse free labs. RNAse contamination It is generally acknowledged that RNA is more prone to degradation than DNA, which may be because of the ubiquity and robustness of RNases. This means researchers wishing to maintai...
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