Monday, 19 January 2015
“Latex rubber or the natural rubber is most commonly utilized disposable gloves that has brought steady income to the global cleanroom disposable gloves market,” Quotes AMR analyst
Allied Market Research adds a report titled “Global Cleanroom Disposable Gloves Market (Product Types and Geography) - Size, Share, Global Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2013 – 2020.” The report helps to understand the present and future market scenario of the global cleanroom disposable gloves market. Cleanroom disposable gloves are chiefly utilized in semiconductors, pharmaceutical, and electronics companies for protecting cleanroom personnel and to avoid the cross contamination in the product.
“Latex rubber or the natural rubber is most commonly utilizeddisposable gloves that has brought steady income to the global cleanroom disposable gloves market. In spite of its side effects, it has maintained a significant amount of market share due to its elasticity and durable and elastic nature,” states AMR analyst.
Natural Rubber is made of polymers of organic compound named isoprene, along with the impurities of some organic compounds and water. The natural rubber is harvested in latex form, from the rubber trees that is a sticky, and milky-colloid that drowns off during tapping process. The latex is then refined into rubber, ready for the commercial processing. Natural Rubber is used mostly in the production of disposable gloves in medical and non-medical industries.
However, the analyst said that “The demand for the Natural Rubber / Latex materials is expected to decline during the forecast period. Nevertheless, the alternatives such as Polychloroprene/Neoprene, Nitrile, Vinyl, and Polyisoprene provide equivalent benefits as NRL (Natural Rubber Latex). Among the other materials, Polychloroprene/Neoprene has almost similar attributes to NRL; however, Vinyl and Nitrile materials are stiffer with least elasticity, which are bad conductors of electricity. Hence, these materials are used in industries such as Semiconductors and Electronic.”
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