The new Forch Orangagrip nitrile gloves have landed! These heavy duty gloves are textured for a powerful grip, have an ambidextrous design and are powder & latex free. With a chemical resistance that stops tearing when dry this new range is a must have.
Standard Nitrile gloves are usual thrown away after being used on one job. Orangagrip are durable and can be washed and used for a full days work.
No. This makes life easier for you when working. You can use tape as needed and not have to remove your gloves each time.
Yes. If used for spray painting with thinners, they won’t dry out and won’t tear.
You can order you gloves through your sales rep. Simply head over to our team page, type in your suburb and your reps details will be presented. If you’d like to speak to us for more information, please click the call us link at the top of the page or head over to our contact page.
Nitrile gloves that help a good cause
Not only do these gloves come with a great set of features, they’re contributing to a wildlife cause that can help make a big difference.
As a company we’ve always tried to be as environmentally friendly as possible. However we wanted to do more and become active contributors to a worthy cause.
It came to our attention that latex gloves, which happened to be one of our biggest sellers, were a direct threat to the habitat of Orangutans due to deforestation. This seemed like the perfect opportunity for us to take action. We created Orangagrip nitrile gloves. Latex free with a powerful textured grip. This was a step in the right direction but we wanted to do more.
After some research we found our friends at the Orangutan Foundation International Australia. They support the conservation, protection, and understanding of orangutans and their rainforest habitat in Borneo. This was a great project would could help support.
To celebrate the release of Orangagrip nitrile gloves we’re delighted to announce that we will donate 50c from every sale to the OFIA to help contribute to the great conservation work they do.
About Orangutan Foundation International (OFIA) Australia
OFI Australia has two core campaigns; caring for orphaned and displaced orangutans at the OFI Care Centre and Quarantine in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo; and, securing habitat for their future release.
By supporting OFI Australia you are helping to preserve orangutans, along with the other endangered, threatened, displaced or vulnerable species of wildlife that share their tropical rainforest habitat.
Specifically, your support will help us to:
- Care for and rehabilitate more than 330 orphaned orangutans and other endangered wildlife at our Care Centre and Quarantine facility, and ensure their successful return to the wild,
- Maintain Camp Leakey and its scientific research,
- Patrol more than one million acres of forest habitat to prevent illegal logging, mining, poaching, and encroachment by palm oil plantations,
- Restore degraded forest areas through tree planting, and protect orangutan habitat through land purchases,
- Support conservation outreach and education, and
- Protect the world’s largest remaining wild orangutan population from extinction.
If you’d like to make a donation or help contribute to the OFIA please visit their website.