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Ansell 28-359 Nitrasafe Glove

Ansell 28-359 Nitrasafe Glove

Ansell

Incorporates DuPont Kevlar® for greater cut, puncture and abrasion resistance than that offered by standard leather palm gloves.

Code: 28-359

Ansell

£10.35 Pair (ex. VAT)

£12.42 inc. VAT
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Ansell 28-359 Nitrasafe Glove

Incorporates DuPont Kevlar® for greater cut, puncture and abrasion resistance than that offered by standard leather palm gloves. Offers more than 2 times the cut resistance of heavy-duty nitrile coated gloves while providing superior dry grip capabilities. Five piece jersey lining incorporates DuPont™ Kevlar® panels in high stress areas. Nitrile coating repels oil and grease.

Industries: Appliance Manufacturing, Automotive, Metal Fabrication

Ideal Applications: Handling abrasive or sharp-edged building materials, Handling door panels, hoods and other sharp-edged materials, Handling heavy metals and trimming/cutting plastic, carpet and cardboard, Heavy-duty handling of castings, cores and fabricated metals, Sheet metal handling and finishing.

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Manufacturer Ansell
Manufacturer Code 28-359

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