High Density film is made from High Molecular, High Density Polyethylene. This extremely durable and flexible material allows our food storage bags to be frozen to -50° F and then heated up to +220° F. This allows food to be taken directly from the freezer to microwave or boiling water, steamers, or warmers without freezer burn and without the need to repackage or transfer foods. High Density bags prolong product freshness and extend product shelf life in coolers and freezers. Perfect for storing and keeping prepared salds fresh in a coller. Keeps individually wrapped bread, sandwiches, and hamburgers tasting fresher right out of the warmer.
Low Density film helps keep an eye on freshness and profit, too. See-through clear bags make it easier to identify the contents of the bag. Also, great for using as a preportioning bag.
Make clean-up a snap with two complete families of disposable pan liners and cooking/roasting bags. Designed to provide a sanitary way to hold, transport, cook, and serve food from steam pans to baking pans. At the end of the day, simply twist tie leftovers and store or dispose. Save on time, labor, and cost of cleaning chemicals. Eliminate scouring and scrubbing of pans to remove baked-on foods.
220°F Steam Pan Liners (SPL)
400°F Ovenable Pan Liners (OPL) and Ovenable Roasting Bags (ORB)
Food Service Gloves
General-purpose gloves are accepted (but not “approved” or “certified”) for use in foodservice, industrial, or any other application that does not require a specific barrier to blood or infectious agents. This is the most common glove found in the marketplace and popular uses include foodservice, packaging, automotive, painting, and health & beauty.
General-purpose gloves are, in fact, exam grade gloves that did not pass FDA mandated quality control tests (e.g. FDA water leak testing). While no one intentionally manufactures a general-purpose glove, our gloves are manufactured as medical grade gloves, yet do not undergo the final steps of the FDA testing process. This give Handgards gloves a near-exam level of quality. This process of taking near-exam quality gloves off the medical grade lines is sometimes referred to as “off-line” production. This means that the gloves are “stripped” from the medical grade production lines, then “packed” just before they undergo the final FDA testing process. What differentiates the gloves is a higher “AQL” (acceptable Quality Level-FDA benchmark for rejection rates) than “B” or “C” grade gloves. Handgards gloves have an AQL of 2.5% - 4.0%, meaning a medical grade rejection rate of only 2 – 4 gloves per hundred.
Examination (Exam) Gloves
Examination or Medical-grade gloves differ from Industrial grade gloves in that they are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and are accepted for use by doctors, dentists, labs, or any other application requiring a specific barrier to blood or infectious agents. These gloves are non-surgical, non-sterile, and are regulated by stringent FDA requirements requiring specific production and quality control standards (detailed in FDA 510(k) Class II Medical Device Listing).