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In Juba we have more than 400 work gloves to prevent thermal, mechanical, chemical, electrical risks, cutting risks, welding sparks... that a worker can find in his workplace.

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Seamless glove made of recycled nylon and spandex with double MicroFinish® nitrile coating.
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Nitrile Gloves Towa - MX551 MAGNEX

Seamless double-coated nitrile glove with NanoFinishTH finish
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Nitrile Gloves Juba - KPNI4418

K-ROCK+ fibre glove (without glass fibre and steel wire) with nylon and elastane coated with nitrile foam.
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Nitrile Gloves Juba - 5522FC Agility dry

Seamless nylon and spandex glove with double nitrile coating, waterproof and foam finish.

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How to choose the best disposable gloves

How do I choose the best disposable gloves? Nurses, hairdressers, dentists, cleaners and food handlers are just some of the people who use disposable gloves in their daily work. Nowadays, you don't need to have one of these specialisations to have a box of disposable gloves at home to handle chemicals when cleaning, cleaning fish or applying hair dye, among many other everyday situations. In fact, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends the use of gloves for household tasks to maintain hygiene and ensure optimum safety.  As with any other safety glove, the Juba catalogue includes a wide range of disposable gloves so you can choose the one best suited to each task: material used, powdered or powder-free, different thicknesses, weight, etc. Below we've put together a series of tips from our experts to help you buy the ones that best suit your needs. Let's get started! Types of disposable gloves and materials Before buying disposable gloves, the first thing to define is their intended use. This type of personal protective equipment (PPE) is used to protect against possible infections, chemical products or when handling foodstuffs, and therefore meets very different needs, or even mandatory regulations. In terms of materials, a distinction can be made between: Disposable latex gloves: a natural rubber extracted from tree bark that gives gloves high abrasion resistance and superior grip in wet and dry applications, without the presence of oils. Latex is also suitable for food handling. And, of course, it offers excellent puncture resistance and durability. The user will experience an extraordinary feeling of softness and flexibility, although this material tends to cause skin irritations in people allergic to it. Juba's references with this material are as follows: PP2328, 530 and 532B. Disposable vinyl gloves: economical, but not very tactile. During handling, they are more resistant to punctures than latex gloves. The Juba catalogue includes references 550 and 550B, which are certified for food use. Disposable nitrile gloves: this is the most common type of single-use glove. They offer high strength and durability, as well as excellent grip and chemical resistance. In most cases, they are ideal for food use. That's why Juba has a wide range of references made from this material. Among the most popular: 570/570NR; 576BL ; 573 NR FARM300 with 300mm length, a special glove for livestock or 580/H580NR/H580MG, a model with a flake design to offer great grip. Powdered or powder-free? There's no doubt that a disposable glove containing talc is much more comfortable to put on and take off. The problem arises when regulations prohibit their use, in many cases because the contamination they can cause is a serious problem in doctors' surgeries, laboratories or operating theatres. With regard to glove thickness The thicker the glove, the greater the protection and durability, but there is a loss of feel. Depending on the risks to which the user will be exposed with this glove, the appropriate thickness will also have to be chosen. In the Juba catalogue, there are numerous options ranging from disposable gloves with a thickness of 0.07 mm to 0.28 mm, as is the case with the extra-thick 532B glove, certified for mechanical and chemical hazards. In this news item, you can find out more about the gauges (thickness) of work gloves.   Size guide for disposable gloves The glove must fit the hand for correct handling, so choosing the right size is crucial. Of course, with any type of safety glove it is important to be clear about the size of the hand, even more so in the case of disposable gloves. If you choose a smaller size than necessary, the glove will be under more stress and can break more easily, as well as creating undue fatigue from the pressure on the hand. Conversely, if the glove is larger than it should be, the glove will result in a loss of tactility for the wearer. Juba's disposable gloves are available in sizes XS/6 to XXL/11. Even those who require a longer length to protect not only the hand, but also the wrist and the beginning of the arm, can find disposable gloves with a longer length (30 cm) for a higher level of protection against infection, such as 573NR FARM 300. With a few exceptions, the vast majority of disposable gloves in the Juba catalogue are ambidextrous. This is a particularly cost-effective advantage, since if either the left or right glove breaks, it can be replaced by another unit without having to replace the entire pair. More options? There are times when wearing different coloured gloves can prevent cross-contamination between different tasks or departments within the same company. This is of vital importance in industries such as the food industry. These colour codes can help the occupational health and safety manager to visually identify the correct use of disposable gloves in a quick and easy way. Advantages of using disposable gloves The benefits of disposable gloves include excellent fit and sensitivity, as well as protection against infection, chemicals and food handling, among others. Without a doubt, the advantages of single-use gloves are very important depending on the activity for which they are intended: In laboratories, to avoid contamination of samples and to protect against hazardous chemicals, nitrile gloves are preferable, as they offer higher chemical resistance and lower risk of allergies. In the medical and dental field to prevent transmission of infections and protect staff and patients: nitrile or latex gloves are the most common choices due to their high puncture resistance and snug fit. In the food industry to maintain hygiene and prevent cross-contamination of food: vinyl, nitrile or polyethylene gloves are suitable choices, these materials are safe for food contact and ensure an effective barrier. In the cleaning and disinfection of rooms to protect hands from aggressive chemicals and reduce the risk of spreading germs: nitrile gloves are ideal due to their chemical resistance and durability. In the chemical and manufacturing industry to protect hands from irritants: nitrile gloves are recommended for their chemical resistance and durability. In beauty salons to maintain a hygienic environment and protect hands during treatments: nitrile or vinyl gloves offer a good balance between resistance and sensitivity to touch. The benefits of using single-use gloves are many, but it is important to remember that they should never be reused. The procedure for using single-use gloves recommends: Clean and dry hands before putting on gloves. Check them carefully before use. Avoid wearing jewellery and long fingernails. Remove gloves promptly if they are damaged or have imperfections. Dispose of them in the appropriate waste container. Wash hands. Never immerse hands with disposable gloves in chemicals (in this case, use the most appropriate chemical gloves).  Click here to view the entire Juba disposable gloves catalogue.  
30 May 2024 Read more
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Juba certifies its commitment to the SDGs with Aenor

We are in luck! Juba have accredited with AENOR that our business strategy contributes to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), being the first Spanish company in the sector to achieve this. Juba has made a strong commitment believing the SDGs are essential to address global challenges and build a more sustainable and equitable future. They all include actions and measures to consolidate the positioning of our company in a greener, more inclusive and transparent future. As an integral part of Juba's corporate culture and as a guide for our management system, we have demonstrated a commitment to the future, the planet and citizenship, we want to fulfil our mission and participate in the changes that are required globally to achieve the goals set by the 2030 Agenda. With this certification, Juba underlines its leadership and strengthens its commitment to nine of the Sustainable Development Goals, which it defends and promotes. Within each of the lines of action, Juba has developed initiatives that contribute to selected areas within the following SDGs: 03. Ensure healthy living and promote well-being at all ages. 05. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. 07. Ensuring access to affordable, secure, sustainable and modern energy. 08. Promote sustained and inclusive economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. 09. Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation. 11. Make cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its effects. 17. Partnerships to achieve objectives. Among Juba's different sustainable actions, the use of renewable energies, its strong commitment to the use of fibres created from vegetable matter in many of its products under the name of Juba Nature, the reduction of paper and plastic in its packaging and, among other commitments, stands out the collaboration with the Ecomar Foundation. This is not the first AENOR certificate for Juba; the company already has other certificates such as ISO 9001 for its Quality Management System, ISO 14001 for its Environmental Management System and ISO 45001, which certifies its Occupational Health and Safety Management System as of 2019. In addition, the company situated in La Rioja has a Carbon Footprint Calculator developed by Bunzl Spain, which has achieved the AENOR seal based on the GHG Protocol.
30 January 2024 Read more
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Juba now offers boxes of nitrile disposable gloves (H570) with ten units

Disposable gloves are a very useful product that can be used for the protection in a wide range of activities. Their main purpose is to prevent direct contact with substances harmful to health, such as chemicals. Or, of course, they can also be used to prevent damage to the hands or possible staining with dyes or oils. Juba now offers, as a novelty, boxes of disposable nitrile gloves with ten units of reference H570, a model textured all over the outside for better grip in dry, wet and oily environments. These gloves are food-grade certified and ambidextrous, so they may be used on both right and left hands. In fact, in order to better fit each professional, Juba has three different sizes: 8, 9 and 10. Nitrile is a very suitable alternative to reduce allergic reactions, especially for people intolerant to latex. Its fine, flexible texture allows for good sensitivity at the fingertips. It also optimises comfort and dexterity. Disposable gloves are a widely used resource in all industrial sectors as a protective measure, as they are essential for optimal hygiene. While they do not offer cut, heat or puncture resistance, they are essential for those who need a quick and easy layer of protection on a daily basis. These multi-purpose gloves are perfect for numerous applications and industries, such as laboratories, the chemical industry, emergency services, electronics and assembly, the food industry, food processing and, among others, industrial cleaning/maintenance. Concretely, this Juba reference protects against the following chemicals: Sodium Hydroxide 40% (level 6, >480 minutes), Ammonium Hydroxide 25% (level 1, >10 minutes), Hydrogen Peroxide (level 3, >60 minutes) and Formaldehyde 37% (level 2, >30 minutes). In any case, Juba recommends not to reuse disposable gloves, they are for single use only. In addition, once the professional has removed them, they should be disposed of in a suitable waste container. And, of course, before using any glove, always consult the technical data of each reference. If any doubt arises, you can discuss with your Customer Service to help and advise you on any purchase.  
22 December 2023 Read more
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