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Ansell 92-600 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Green Powder Free

Ansell 92-600 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Green Powder Free

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Further testing of the TouchNTuff® by a certified body on an even wider range of chemicals confirms that it resists a greater variety of industrial chemicals for longer periods than any other nitrile disposable gloves.

Code: 92-600

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Ansell 92-600 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Green Powder Free

<p>Further testing of the TouchNTuff&reg; by a certified body on an even wider range of chemicals confirms that it resists a greater variety of industrial chemicals for longer periods than any other nitrile disposable gloves. Manufactured from nitrile, TouchNTuff&reg; offers up to four times the puncture resistance of comparable natural-latex gloves, and three times the resistance of similar neoprene gloves. It contains no natural rubber proteins, which means no risk of Type I allergies for the wearer. Primary skin irritation studies and Insult Patch tests have also shown no evidence of risk from irritation or allergic contact dermatitis. With a unique &ldquo;Thin Nitrile Technology&rdquo; formulation, this glove offers easy donning and strong grip in wet or dry conditions. The glove is highly versatile and suitable for many different uses. TouchNTuff&reg; is anti-staticity tested (EN 1149-1 &amp; 1149-3) and meets the requirements defined in EN 1149-5.</p><p><strong>Primary Industries:</strong> Agriculture &amp; Viticulture, Automotive &amp; Transportation, Building &amp; Construction, Chemical, Electronics, Food Processing &amp; Service, Glass Maintenance, Metal Fabrication, Pharmaceuticals.</p><p><strong>Ideal Applications:</strong> Chemical handling, Laboratory analysis, Pharmaceuticals, Paint and spray shops, Printing industry, Electronics, Light assembly tasks, Light assembly of oil-coated pieces, Glass manufacturing, Handling of cytostatics, Intricate parts handling. Category III.</p>

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