What is a chlorination process in manufacturing gloves?

Chlorination is a process where chlorine, ammonia, water and other chemicals are used in the manufacturing of gloves. Adenna Gold Latex Powder Free Exam Gloves are manufactured with a proprietary single chlorination process.

This chlorination process removes powder and breaks down latex protein as well as chemical residue on or near the glove surface. Then through multiple washing and leaching processes, the protein and chemicals are further reduced to produce Adenna Gold gloves that meet the FDA's lowest allowable protein claim of less than 50 mg/dm2 of glove.

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