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Ansell 52-502 Hyd-Tuf Nitrile Glove

Ansell 52-502 Hyd-Tuf Nitrile Glove

Ansell

Supersedes the classic leather general purpose glove in medium-duty applications. More flexible, more comfortable, far more hard-wearing. High performance nitrile impregnation.

Code: 52-502

Ansell

£4.19 Pair (ex. VAT)

£5.03 inc. VAT
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Ansell 52-502 Hyd-Tuf Nitrile Glove

Supersedes the classic leather general purpose glove in medium-duty applications. More flexible, more comfortable, far more hard-wearing.  High performance nitrile impregnation. Offers superior resistance to abrasion and good protection against snags, cuts and puncture. Effectively repels grease, oil and dirt. Soft, flexible jersey lining. Offers a close, comfortable fit while safely cushioning the hand. Absorbs perspiration, keeping the hand dry and comfortable for longer. Excellent dry grip. Makes handling quicker and easier. Safely machine-washable: will not shrink, stiffen or lose its shape. More hygienic and longer lasting – can safely and economically be re-used. Antistatic according to EN1149.

Primary Industries: Agriculture & Viticulture, Automotive & Transportation, Building & Construction, Chemical, Glass, Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Assembling metal parts and components, Assembly and finishing, Gas and electricity supply, General purpose - offshore, Handling light castings and metal parts, Injection moulding, handling cold components, Maintenance, Mining, Operating machinery, Warehouse work. Category II

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Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code 52-502

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