Vinyl gloves

Product Description

Vinyl powder free gloves are a common type of personal protective equipment used in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, food service, automotive, and manufacturing. Unlike latex gloves, vinyl gloves are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), a synthetic material that offers unique advantages. Vinyl gloves are available in both powdered and powder-free varieties, each with its own set of benefits and drawbacks.


Powder-free vinyl gloves, as the name suggests, do not have a powder coating. This makes them less likely to cause skin irritation or respiratory issues, making them a popular choice for individuals with latex allergies or sensitive skin. In addition, powder-free vinyl gloves are preferred in industries where workers handle sensitive materials or perform tasks that require a high degree of precision.


One of the key benefits of vinyl gloves, particularly the powder-free variety, is their hypoallergenic properties. Unlike latex gloves, vinyl gloves do not contain proteins that can cause allergic reactions. This makes them suitable for a broader range of users, including those who cannot use latex gloves due to allergies. The absence of powder further reduces the risk of irritation and allergic reactions, making them a safer option for many users.


Another advantage of vinyl gloves is their cost-effectiveness. Vinyl gloves are generally more affordable than latex or nitrile gloves, making them an economical choice for businesses that need to purchase large quantities of disposable gloves. Despite their lower cost, vinyl gloves provide sufficient protection for a wide range of tasks, making them a reliable choice for many industries.


Vinyl gloves also offer good resistance to a variety of common chemicals and solvents. This makes them suitable for use in laboratories, cleaning, and other environments where exposure to chemicals is frequent. While they may not offer the same level of chemical resistance as nitrile gloves, they provide adequate protection for many applications.


When it comes to durability, vinyl gloves are less elastic than latex and nitrile gloves, which means they may not fit as snugly. However, they still offer a reasonable degree of durability and are resistant to punctures and tears. This makes them a reliable choice for tasks that require a high degree of protection, although they may not be as durable as latex or nitrile gloves.


Powder-free vinyl gloves also provide a smooth, comfortable fit, reducing hand fatigue during prolonged use. This is particularly important in industries where workers need to wear gloves for extended periods. The smooth finish of powder-free vinyl gloves ensures easy donning and doffing, which enhances convenience and efficiency in fast-paced environments.


When choosing between powdered and powder-free vinyl gloves, it is important to consider the potential health risks associated with powdered gloves. While powdered gloves may make donning easier and reduce moisture inside the glove, the powder can cause skin irritation and respiratory issues. Moreover, in environments like food processing or electronics, powder particles can contaminate products. Therefore, powder-free vinyl gloves are often the preferred choice, especially in settings where hygiene and cleanliness are paramount.


Vinyl powder-free gloves are widely manufactured in Malaysia, a country renowned for producing high-quality gloves that meet the standards of various industries. Natalie Group, as a leading manufacturer, uses advanced manufacturing techniques and the latest technology to produce gloves that are durable, resistant to punctures and tears, and offer excellent protection against chemicals and oils. Their powder-free vinyl gloves are particularly suited for industries where workers handle sensitive materials or perform tasks that require a high degree of precision.


In conclusion, vinyl powder-free gloves are a versatile and reliable type of personal protective equipment that offer a high level of protection, comfort, and affordability. Whether used in healthcare, food service, automotive, or manufacturing, these gloves provide the necessary protection to stay safe on the job. When choosing between powdered and powder-free vinyl gloves, it is essential to consider the potential health risks associated with powdered gloves and select the appropriate type of glove for your specific task and industry. With the high-quality manufacturing standards upheld by Natalie Group, you can trust that you are receiving a product that delivers both safety and performance.

Vinyl Gloves Functional Benefits


Reliable barrier against contaminants.

Easy donning

Enables quick and easy application and removal.


Soft, flexible material, reducing hand fatigue during extended use.


Affordable option for large-scale use without compromising on quality.


Ideal for healthcare, food service, automotive, and other disposable glove-requiring industries.

Beaded cuff

The gloves fit securely, preventing slipping and easing wear.


Fits either hand, simplifying use and reducing waste.


Latex-free, ideal for those with allergies or sensitive skin.

Chemical Resistance

Provides reliable chemical protection for diverse industrial uses.

Eco-Friendly Options

Available in eco-friendly materials or recyclable packaging, addressing environmental concerns.

Vinyl Gloves Quality Standards


Type Powder-free, non-sterile
Material Vinyl
Design & Features Ambidextrous Smooth or textured surface Beaded cuff Off-white to yellow or colored
Storage To be stored in cool and dry conditions
Shelf-life 5 years from the date of manufacturing

Vinyl Gloves Packing

Dispenser Box: 100 gloves per dispenser box

Outer Carton: 10 dispensers per carton

Container (1.20f): 1925 Outer Cartons

Container (1.40f): 4200 Outer Cartons

Vinyl Gloves Sizes


Extra Small








Extra Large

Physical Dimensions

Dimensions Standards
ASTM D3578 EN455
Length (mm) Min 220 (XS, S)
Min 230 (M, L, XL)
Min 240
Width (mm)
• Extra-small
• Small
• Medium
• Large
• Extra-large

70 ± 10
80 ± 10
95 ± 10
111 ± 10
115 ± 10

≤ 80
80 ± 10
95 ± 10
110 ± 10
≥ 110
Thickness (mm)
• Fingers
• Palm
• Cuff

Min 0.08
Min 0.08
Min 0.08

Min 0.08
Min 0.08
Min 0.08

Physical Properties

Property ASTM D3578 EN455
Elongation at break (%)
• Before Aging
• After Aging

Min 650
Min 500

Tensile Strength (MPa)
• Before Aging
• After Aging

Min 18
Min 14

Median Force at Break (N)
• Before Aging
• After Aging