Interventional anti-radiation latex gloves and preparation method thereof

A latex glove and anti-radiation technology, which is applied in the field of latex gloves, can solve the problems of healthy group damage, large radiation damage, random effects, etc., and achieve the effects of good flow, environmental friendliness, and good attenuation

Active Publication Date: 2016-08-10
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[0003] X-rays are highly radioactive. For doctors and patients, this feature is used to treat and diagnose diseases. However, radiation has certain harm to healthy groups at the same time.
Especially those medical staff who h...
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The invention provides a pair of interventional anti-radiation latex gloves. The gloves are latex gloves and are prepared from, by weight, natural rubber latex 28-30%, sulfur 0.1-0.5%, zinc oxide 1-3%, an accelerant 0.1-0.5%, an antioxidant 0.3-0.5% and 50-500 nm tungsten and bismuth particles 65.5-70.5%. Compared with the prior art, a rubber material of the pair of interventional anti-radiation latex gloves is moderate in consistence and good in liquidity, air bubbles can automatically float out rightly, the filling material proportion is high, and latex does not produce layering and gelling within a usage period. The pair of interventional anti-radiation latex gloves has a better attenuation effect on X-ray radiation and is environmentally friendly.

Application Domain

GlovesProtective garment

Technology Topic

ChemistryTungsten +13


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[0030] For better illustrating the present invention, facilitate understanding technical scheme of the present invention, typical but non-limiting embodiment of the present invention is as follows:
[0031] A radiation-proof latex glove for intervention, the glove is a latex glove, and the latex comprises the following components by weight percentage:
[0032] Natural Rubber Latex 29%
[0033] Sulfur 0.2%
[0034] Zinc Oxide 2%
[0035] Accelerator 0.3%
[0036] Antioxidant 0.4%
[0037] 50-500nm tungsten and bismuth particles 68.1%.
[0038] The preparation method of the radiation-proof latex gloves for intervention comprises the following specific steps:
[0039] 1) The natural rubber latex, sulfur, zinc oxide, accelerator, antioxidant and 50-500nm tungsten and bismuth particles are mixed evenly according to the formula, and the heavy metal protection composite rubber is prepared;
[0040] 2) Absorb the air bubbles on the surface of the rubber barrel containing the rubber material with filter paper;
[0041] 3) Wash the glove mold with tap water, rinse once with distilled water, and dry;
[0042] 4) Dip in coagulant once after cooling, and dry;
[0043] 5) After cooling down slightly, dip in white glue once and dry;
[0044] 6) After cooling, dip in the heavy metal protective composite rubber, dry, and repeat 5 times;
[0045] 7) After cooling, dip in white glue for the last time and dry;
[0046] 8) Curl the edge after cooling, and then put it in the baking room to dry at 70°C for 35 minutes;
[0047] 9) Take out the demoulding, put the gloves off into the water tank, do not fold them, let the water be completely submerged, and heat them with steam until they boil for 30 minutes to vulcanize and set;
[0048] 10) After taking out the gloves to dry naturally, apply an appropriate amount of gypsum powder on the inner and outer surfaces;
[0049] 11) Perform a performance test on the glove;
[0050] 12) Disinfect the qualified glove products, put them in paper bags, do not fold them, and finally seal the paper bags.


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