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Marigold Industrial Puretough P3000 3DO Cut Protection Glove

Marigold Industrial Puretough P3000 3DO Cut Protection Glove

Marigold

Seamless fluorescent knitted glove with nitrile palm fit coating. 3 Open Digits. Amber dot Indicator system to highlight cut level 3 for use in a medium risk area. Water and oil repellent properties on the liner. Silicone and DMF free. Food approved.

Code: P3000-3DO

Marigold

£8.89 Pair (ex. VAT)

£10.67 inc. VAT
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Marigold Industrial Puretough P3000 3DO Cut Protection Glove

Seamless 13 gauge knitted glove, with three open digits. Sensitive Grey water based mixed synthetic compound palm fit coating. Made from high performance and fluorescent fibres using Techcor knitting technology. Water and oil repellent properties. Silicone-free and DMF-free glove EN388 Scores 4332. Allows heat contact up to 100°c. 21CFR (USA) and European directives compliant for food applications. Incorporates colour code 2 Amber (warning) of the Marigold Industrial Indicator System recommended for use in a medium hazard area, thus cut level 3.

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Manufacturer MARIGOLD
Manufacturer Code P30003DO

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