What are nitrile gloves? How are they different from latex gloves? Sarah and Casey explain the differences between latex gloves and nitrile gloves. Latex gloves are made of natural rubber latex - the white sap removed from rubber trees. Nitrile gloves are made of petroleum based synthetic material. Latex gloves are very flexible and stretchy. Nitrile gloves are better at resisting tears and punctures, and protect against hazardous chemicals. Adenna offers a full line of latex and nitrile disposable gloves - in a variety of colors, thicknesses and fit. Let us protect your most important tools - YOUR HANDS®.
Published on April 25, 2016
By Adenna Inc
Established in 1997, Adenna Inc. markets and distributes a wide variety of hand protection and healthcare products around the world. Adenna serves customers across a variety of industries, including mechanics and technicians in all segments of the automotive industry. We offer over 20 different styles of disposable gloves to keep automotive professionals’ hands healthy and clean, and to protect them against acetone, grease, solvents, paints, isocyanates and other hazardous materials. We are SEMA members and we have also partnered with the SEMA Data Co-Op (SDC), where we are able to deliver our product descriptions and data including specifications, pictures and videos to wholesale distributors, dealers and retailers in the automotive aftermarket efficiently and accurately. The Corporate office and master distribution center is located in Ontario, California with other distribution centers in Atlanta, Georgia, and Elgin, Illinois. The sales and marketing teams are based in Irvine, California and work collaboratively to serve and support clients throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, United Kingdom, Europe and South Korea.