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Ansell 27-602 Hycron Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

Ansell 27-602 Hycron Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

Ansell

A big tough glove for a rough, tough life: three times more durable than heavy-duty leather. Unique Ansell nitrile formulation. Offers superior resistance to sharp and abrasive materials. Stronger and more flexible than PVC.

Code: 27-602

Ansell

£2.89 Pair (ex. VAT)

£3.47 inc. VAT
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Ansell 27-602 Hycron Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

A big tough glove for a rough, tough life: three times more durable than heavy-duty leather. Unique Ansell nitrile formulation. Offers superior resistance to sharp and abrasive materials. Stronger and more flexible than PVC. Also provides excellent barrier to grease and oil, and does not degrade like leather or cotton. Made without silicone. Guaranteed clean for metals and motor manufacture. Wide selection of styles, lengths and sizes. Allows you to chose the optimum combination of features for your particular application. Antistatic according to EN1149.

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

Ideal Applications: Construction materials, concrete, bricks and tiles, Rough timber, dry walling and plywood, Rough castings and cores, Cold plastic mouldings, Steel bars, sheet metals, cans and other metal products, Heavy-duty cables, Street cleaning and refuse collection. Category II

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS27-602

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