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Ansell 11-840 Hyflex Lightweight Nitrile Coated Glove

Ansell 11-840 Hyflex Lightweight Nitrile Coated Glove

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The tough 1.1 mm FORTIX® nitrile foam coating (patent pending) offers EN Abrasion Level 4 protection, with up to three times the abrasion performance of other lightweight, knit-dipped gloves.

Code: 11-840

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£3.65 Pair (ex. VAT)

£4.38 inc. VAT
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Ansell 11-840 Hyflex Lightweight Nitrile Coated Glove

The tough 1.1 mm FORTIX® nitrile foam coating (patent pending) offers EN Abrasion Level 4 protection, with up to three times the abrasion performance of other lightweight, knit-dipped gloves. The FORTIX® coating is 20% more breathable than earlier formulations, for cooler, drier hands and less sweat. Matching the natural contours of the hand, the snug, second-skin liner is tailored to create a more comfortable wearing experience: at the base of the little finger (added comfort), across the fingertips (superior tactility), and through the palm (greater dexterity). With its balance of robust abrasion performance, enhanced comfort and high dexterity the HyFlex® 11-840 is an ideal solution for workers who move between tasks. Silicone-free material means no transfer of silicone contaminants to metal parts prior to painting.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Machinery & Equipment, Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Assembly of small & medium parts, Feeding the lines, General handling, Raw materials reception, Screwing & unscrewing. Category II

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