The raw material, latex, is put into a centrifuge to undergo a refining process. It is then mixed with other chemicals in a certain proportion and stirred.
The mixed latex is then matured at a specific temperature in order to prepare it for the dipping process.
A conveyor chain with finger cot glass molds runs through the dipping tank, which is filled with the matured latex.
The finger cot then goes through the dryer and repeats the first process in order to gain consistency.
Then a brush creates a ring for easy application of the finger cots.
In order to separate the finger cot from the mold, the finger cot is soaked in chemically diluted water.
The finger cot is then separated from the mold by water pressure.
The glass mold undergoes three phases of cleansing and repeats the above process.
The finger cots are then dehydrated and put into the device for vulcanization.
The finger cot is placed in a rotating cylindrical net and dried by heat. The vulcanization process gives the finger cot its strength and elasticity.
Some of the finger cots go through this process to remove excess latex powder.
For a specific period of time, the finger cots are immersed in chlorine water in the chlorinator.
After the process of chlorination, an anti-chlorinating agent is used to remove residual chlorine.
Then the finger cots are cleaned with ion water and dried several times to remove excess chlorine.
After completion of the chlorination process, the finger cots are taken to be vulcanized.
The vulcanized and chlorinated finger cots are put into a cylindrical net and rotated with the static electricity proof agent.
After vulcanization, the finger cots are taken to be rolled. Finger cots are rolled for convenient use and application.
Then the finger cots are packed in the proper vinyl bag or carton box.