finger cot


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finger cot

A protective covering for a finger. It is usually made of plastic, rubber, metal, or leather. The injured finger is protected from trauma during the healing process.
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Finger cots are medical gear designed to fit over the fingers only.
The finger cots come in wide varieties with special qualities such as high dexterity and sensitivity, anti static surface, powder free material, allergy free material and also good surface resistance.
Operators in electronics and semiconductor manufacturing environments frequently use gloves, finger cots and other types of hand coverings to prevent grease and oils on their bare hands from contaminating ESD-sensitive devices, PCBs and final systems.
Do they make thick rubber finger cots? Is there another solution?
Ordinary plastic and even pink antistatic or black conductive finger cots and gloves have a notorious history of charging the ESD item being handled, especially the insulative portions of PCBs.
When we had sex we tried everything from various size embroidery hoops with dental dams and Saran Wrap to finger cots and condoms to make sure we were safe."
An assortment of finger cots and left-hand and right-hand fabric gloves can be used when inspecting, manufacturing, and packaging sensitive parts.
Flents First Aid Finger Cots are designed to provide temporary protection for fingers while injuries are healing.