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Ansell 92-670 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Blue Powder Free

Ansell 92-670 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Blue Powder Free

Ansell

Made from an innovative nitrile compound which offers outstanding chemical and mechanical properties, comfort and dexterity. Three times the puncture resistance of latex or PVC disposable.

Code: 92-670

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£12.09 Box (ex. VAT)

£14.51 inc. VAT
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Ansell 92-670 Touch N Tuff Nitrile Disposable Gloves - Blue Powder Free

<p>Made from an innovative nitrile compound which offers outstanding chemical and mechanical properties, comfort and dexterity. Three times the puncture resistance of latex or PVC disposable. Lighter and cooler, yet safer and more durable; better value for money. 100% nitrile; no waxes, silicone or plasticizers. Powder-free. No risk of contaminating food with corn starch used to powder gloves. Textured finish on fingertips. Improved grip. Rolled cuff. Provides added protection at wrist and ensures a secure fit. Fit for special purpose.&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Primary Industries:</strong> Automotive &amp; Transportation, Building &amp; Construction, Chemical, Electronics, Food Processing &amp; Service, Pharmaceuticals.</p><p><strong>Ideal Applications:</strong> Laboratory analysis, Chemical industry, Emergency services, Electronics. Intricate parts handling. Category III.</p>

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