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Ansell 47-402 Hylite Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

Ansell 47-402 Hylite Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

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A versatile alternative to cotton, light leather and PVC. Special nitrile formulation provides an excellent combination of flexibility, mechanical resistance and oil repellency. Natural hand shape - easier to wear for long periods.

Code: 47-402

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£2.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£3.23 inc. VAT
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Ansell 47-402 Hylite Fully Coated Knitwrist Glove

A versatile alternative to cotton, light leather and PVC. Special nitrile formulation provides an excellent combination of flexibility, mechanical resistance and oil repellency. Natural hand shape - easier to wear for long periods. Available in a wide range of styles, lengths and sizes. Silicone-free. Ensures cleanliness of metal sheets: important in steel and motor industries. Antistatic according to EN1149.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Building & Construction, Logistics & Warehousing, Machinery & Equipment, Metal Fabrication, Public Utilities.

Ideal Applications: Gas and electricity supply, Shipping and receiving, Assembling and inspecting engine parts and small components, Refuse collection, Sheet and light metals handling, Stamping operations, General handling. Category II.

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Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS47-402

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