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“A mold or a former which adhered to a coagulant obtained by a previous process 3 either from Claim 1 (c) A description, Sulphuric content has not detected in component analysis of a specimen in a rubber glove after manufacture, In a constituent for manufacture of an elastomer rubber glove, a process dipped in 1 to 20 seconds, and under 30 degrees C temperature conditions and the aforementioned mold after dipping, or a former, It rinses over 90 to 140 seconds in a rinsing tank which filled the warmed 30-70 degrees C water, In component analysis of a specimen in a rubber glove after manufacture, sulphuric content should pass a process of carrying out beading (sleeve winding processing) of the constituent for manufacture of an elastomer rubber glove which has not been detected, on the surface of a mold or a former after completing a washing process,“
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