Technical Terms

I Company No.: 1163324-H I I Company No.: 1163324-H I GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS This glossary contains explanation of cel1ain terms used throughout this Prospectus in connection with our Group and business. The terminologies and their meanings may not correspond to the standard industry
meanings or usage ofthese terms. “Acceptable Quality Level” “beading” “blower fan” “chlorination” “coagulant” “compounded solution” “dipping profile” “Ebola” “fibreglass” “foi’mer” “glove-dipping line” “HIN1” “H7N9” “heat exchanger” “heating system” The minimum level of quality of rubber gloves produced, In percentage or ratio, that is still considered acceptable The process of rolling the cuff of rubber glove to form a bead for added strength to prevent tearing and to ease removal of rubber glove from the fOimer A blower fan, which will be installed in an oven, serves to circulate hot air in the oven to facilitate even distribution of heat A chemical process where chlorine reacts with the surface of rubber glove to reduce stickiness of rubber glove for ease of donning of rubber glove A substance that causes another liquid to change to a solid state Aqueous or solvent based mixture of chemicals such as coagulant solution and compounded latex The overall dipping parameters of a former when passing through a dipping tank, which include dipping angle, immersion speed, withdrawal speed, viscosity of compounded solution and dipping time An infectious and generally fatal disease marked by fever and severe internal bleeding, spread through contact with infected body fluids A type of fiber reinforced plastic where the reinforcement fiber is specifically glass fiber A former is a hand-shaped mould that is used to form rubber gloves A production line that manufactures rubber gloves as depicted and more particularly discussed in Section 6.1.1 of this Prospectus A subtype of influenza viruses, which is a highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory passages causing fever and severe aching, and often occurring in epidemics A subtype of influenza viruses, which is a highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory passages causing fever and severe aching, and often occurring in epidemics A device that transfers heat from hot fluid or steam to cold air without mixing the two mediums A system that generates and supplies heat to glove-dipping lines, which consists of the following:­(i) boiler, which generates heated steam or fluid from combustion of fuel in the air. It can either be fuelled by natural gas, biomass, coal or fuel oil;
(ii) heating coil, which acts as heat exchanger inside a dipping tank or hot water rinse tank for the purpose of heating up the compounded solution or water contained therein; and

(iii) heat exchanger, which transfers thermo energy from boiler into heated air for continuous circulation inside an oven. IX I Company No.: 1163324-H I

GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS (Collt’d) “insu1ant” “leaching” “m” “MERS” “natural rubber gloves” “physical properties” “Pioneer Status”
“polymer” “rubber gloves”
“Six Sigma Black Belt”
“shop drawing” “slurry”
“sq. ft.” “synthetic rubber gloves” “turnkey” “vulcanisation” “Zika virus disease”
An insulating material that reduces or prevents the transmission of heat A process to remove residual chemicals and/or protein to improve physical properties of rubber gloves Metre A viral respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus, the same family of viruses that cause common cold Gloves that are made from natural rubber latex The critical performance characteristic of rubber gloves, such as strength, stretchability and thickness A Pioneer Status Certification granted by the MITI to HL Advance under the Promotion of Investment Act, 1986 for pioneer activity in machinery for dipped latex products and parts thereof, where the statutory business income of HL Advance from the said pioneer activity will be fully exempted fi’om income tax for a period of five (5) years from November 2009 to November 2014. In December 2014, HL Advance received Pioneer Status with regard to the same pioneer activity for the second five (5)-year period from November 2014 to November 2019. Any natural or synthetic compound of large molecules which consists of a chain of repeating molecules Protective garments made of natural rubber (i.e. natural rubber gloves) or synthetic rubber (i.e. synthetic rubber gloves) designed to be worn over the hands to protect the wearer fi’om physical, biological, chemical or mechanical hazards A severe respiratory illness that is caused by a coronavirus and is characterised by fever, headache, body aches, a dry cough, hypoxia, and usually pneumonia A certification to accredit professionals that can lead, train and coach teams in undertaking problem-solving projects involving business process improvement to reduce defects and improve profits, employee morale and quality of products and services A drawing or set of drawings produced by fabricators, which are typically required for prefabricated components A watery mixture such as solution of corn-starch Square feet Gloves that are made from synthetic rubber such as nitrile gloves, polyurethane gloves, polyisoprene gloves and polychloroprene gloves Provision of activities involving the manufacturing, installation and/or commissioning of a complete product or service A chemical process to increase tensile strength for rubber product using chemicals and heat A disease caused by the Zika virus, which is transmitted to humans primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito x

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