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Rubber is a versatile product with multiple usages. It is grown in various countries worldwide and plays a crucial role in the Indian economy too. India is one of the leading rubber producers in the world.

The use of rubber is widespread, ranging from household to industrial products, entering the production stream at the intermediate stage or as final products. Tyre and tubes are the largest consumers of rubber. The remaining 44% is taken up by the general rubber goods sector, which includes all products, except tyres and tubes. Synthetic rubber is mainly used for the production of auto tyres and tubes, cycle tyres and tubes and footwear. Other applications for the synthetic variety are camel back, belts and hoses. The market segmentation includes Auto tyres and tubes   56%, Bicycle tyres and tubes    9%, Footwear    18%, Latex goods    8%, Belts and hoses    4%, Camelback   5%.

          India, being the fourth largest producer of natural rubber in world, is considered to be one of the key players in the global rubber business. The entire requirement of rubber-based industries for natural rubber, synthetic rubber, rayon and nylon tyre cord, steel cord, carbon black and rubber chemicals, etc is being met from indigenous sources. Rapid progress has also been made in the production of natural rubber.

          There are about 5000 units comprising 30 large-scale, 300 medium scale and around 4600 small-scale and tiny sector units. These units manufacture more than 35,000 rubber products.

The main producer of synthetic rubber in India has been Synthetics and Chemicals, Apar Industries, Apcotex Lattices and Unimers India. Synthetics and Chemicals had closed down.

          The future for natural rubber looks bright. Ever increasing volumes are being produced. At 5.92 million tonnes per annum, natural rubber has 39 per cent of the world rubber consumption of 15.14 million tonne per annum. The rubber industry is expected to grow at over 8 per cent per annum this decade, as the per capita consumption of rubber is 0.8 kg against 14 kg in the developed world. India is likely to become the world's third-largest producer of natural rubber after Thailand and Indonesia, Rubber Board sources said. And with crude prices unlikely to come down, synthetic rubber is likely to remain a costly alternative. With accelerating demand from automobile industry and other rubber consuming industries in developing countries, the shortage of natural rubber is likely to aggravate in coming years. There exists a huge scope for expansion causing import of machinery, technology and raw materials and export of rubber goods.

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Vinyl, Nitrile and Latex Disposable Medical Gloves Manufacturing

Vinyl, Nitrile and Latex Disposable Medical Gloves Manufacturing. Business Opportunities in Hand Gloves Industry. A disposable glove is commonly made from natural or synthetic rubber that covers the whole hand and is used to protect the wearer against harmful environmental influences and/or used by caregivers in health care to protect themselves and patients from infections .As the name implies, disposable gloves are designed for single use only and should be disposed immediately after use. Latex offers protection from a variety of chemicals and body fluids. Latex gloves can come in a variety of thicknesses for durability from punctures and tears. They come in powered, lightly powdered and powder-free. The powder inside latex gloves is cornstarch based and used for easily slipping the gloves on your hands. Vinyl gloves are made from a synthetic material called Poly Vinyl Chloride, or PVC, commonly known as vinyl. Vinyl gloves are a popular choice for the food industry and situations, yet has proven to be less durable and offers reduced protection. Disposable Nitrile gloves are the examination gloves of choice for nurses and doctors when working in harsh environments. Nitrile gloves are known for providing protection toward various chemicals and are the preferred glove for use with cytotoxic and antineoplastic drugs. In addition, Nitrile offers excellent barrier protection, providing three times more puncture resistance than latex. It is therefore no surprise that Nitrile exam gloves are becoming the preferred latex-free choice. Related Projects:- Disposable Products and Projects from Paper, Plastic, Thermocol, Banana Leaves (Use and Throw Items, Throwing Item, Single Use Items, Disposable Take-Away Packaging, Disposable Food Packaging, Disposable Items Manufacturing) How Gloves are made Whichever material rubber gloves are made of, they are manufactured in the same basic way. The process starts with hand-shaped ceramic or aluminum molds on a conveyor, which are dipped in wash tanks with hot water and chlorine or bleach and then dried. This dipping gets rid of any potential residue from the previous batch of gloves. Once the molds are cleaned, they must be coated to make the rubber stick. To accomplish this the molds are dipped into a mixture of calcium nitrate solution (which will coagulate the rubber) and calcium carbonate (which is a lubricant to keep the gloves from sticking to the mold too much). A second drying occurs, and then the glove forms dip into tanks of either latex, nitrile, or polyvinyl chloride. This is when the processes begin to differ since the materials must be processed differently. Related Books: - Disposable Products (Medical, Surgical, Thermocol, Plastic, Paper, Domestic And General Products) - Use And Throw Items, Single Use Items, Disposable Take-Away Packaging, Disposable Items Manufacturing Latex gloves have their thickness determined by how long they remain in the tank. Once the forms are out, they spin to remove excess rubber and then are washed in hot water and chlorine again. This process removes excess latex and chemicals to lower the severity of any allergic reactions. The forms are then dried and cured using vulcanization, which interlinks the rubber molecules to make the gloves stronger. After a second rinse to remove any more excess latex, the gloves go through a series of brushes that roll (also known as beading) their ends into cuffs. They are then removed using air jets. Once they’re off the molds, the gloves can be tested and shipped. Nitrile or vinyl gloves are also dipped in a tank filled with liquid rubber and baked to form and dry them. Gloves then may undergo chlorination or polymer coating to make them easier to put on and take off. Chlorination, in which they are exposed to chlorine, makes them harder and more slippery. They can also be polymer-coated, which lubricates them. Once any coatings are added, gloves are stripped from the molds, commonly by human workers, since synthetic rubber is stickier than latex. The gloves then can be tested. Related Book: - Disposable Products Manufacturing Handbook Market Outlook The Indian healthcare industry is witnessing considerable growth due to growth in health awareness among the population. Therefore, increasing the scope for developing disposable gloves manufacturing sites across the country, mainly in the southern zone. However, the glove manufacturers need to invest extensively to increase production capacity due to increase in the demand for disposable gloves. Moreover, India mainly depends on the import of disposable gloves due to less production capacity. For instance, the demand for disposable surgical gloves is high among the surgical team members due to the constant change of gloves during surgery, as use of single gloves for longer time is unsafe, owing to the fear of contamination, long exposure to external environment, and carelessness. Therefore, these factors are expected to fuel the growth of the market, and India is anticipated to be one of the fastest growing disposable gloves markets in Asia in the near future. India disposable gloves market generated $303 million in 2017, and is projected to reach $760 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 12.4% from 2018 to 2025. In terms of volume, the market is growing at a CAGR of 8.3% from 2018 to 2025. Related Projects:- Surgical, Medical Plastics, Medical Disposables, Disposable Medical Products used in Hospitals The growth of disposable gloves market in India is driven by growing awareness about hygiene, disease prevention, and safety among the Indian populace coupled with surge in the number of end users. Moreover, technological advancements in manufacturing gloves and unprecedented growth of the healthcare sector are expected to provide lucrative opportunities to market players in the near future. However, limitations in production capacity and toxic reactions associated with the use of certain gloves are expected to impede the market growth. Further, the increased incidences of infectious diseases also encourage the adoption of these gloves amongst the users. Besides, some microorganisms, such as hepatitis B or herpes virus, can pass through the microscopic pores formed during normal use of gloves or be transferred when gloves are removed from the hands in a non-aseptic manner. Thus, for this situation, medical gloves are mandated, which in turn, enhances the growth of the market during the forecast period. However, to ensure that the gloves preserve their protective function, appropriate care should be taken during their handling and use. It is also necessary to remove them from the hands with due care and dispose of them immediately after use, thereby reducing the likelihood of cross-transmission of microorganisms. Related Book:- Handbook on Medical and Surgical Disposable Products Key Players • Ansell Limited • Hartalega Holdings Berhad • B. Braun Melsungen • Semperit AG Holding • Medline Industries, Inc. • MRK Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. • RFB Latex Limited • Primus Gloves Private Limited • Kanam Latex Industries Pvt. Ltd. • Asma Rubber Products Pvt. Ltd. • Sara Healthcare P Ltd. • Vijayalakshmi Health & Surgicals Pvt. Ltd. • Dahanu Rubber Gloves Manufacturing Co. • Plasti Surge Industries Pvt. Ltd. • Safeshield India Rubber Products Pvt. Ltd. • Sara Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. • 3p India. Tags:- #DisposableMedicalGloves #NaturalRubberGloves #NitrileGloves #VinylGloves #disposablemedicalgloves #ExaminationGloves #SurgicalGloves #RubberGloves #MedicalGloves #disposablegloves #DetailedProjectReport #businessconsultant #BusinessPlan #feasibilityReport #NPCS #startupideas #COVID19 #covid19business #NitrileGloves
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