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Ansell 37-675 Solvex Classic Nitrile Gauntlet

Ansell 37-675 Solvex Classic Nitrile Gauntlet

Ansell

The Ansell Sol-Vex® nitrile glove is designed to deliver optimal results in wet or dry work environments where chemical resistance is crucial. Fully reusable, with an unequaled abrasion resistance, it provides superb comfort for the wearer.

Code: 37-675

Ansell

£1.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£2.03 inc. VAT
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Ansell 37-675 Solvex Classic Nitrile Gauntlet

The Ansell Sol-Vex® nitrile glove is designed to deliver optimal results in wet or dry work environments where chemical resistance is crucial. Fully reusable, with an unequaled abrasion resistance, it provides superb comfort for the wearer. Sol-Vex® nitrile gloves are the ideal choice for safe handling in a wide range of work environments where harsh chemicals are present. The cotton-flock liner to the glove, combined with the flexibility of the nitrile film, offer exceptional comfort for the wearer. The reversed lozenge finish further enhances levels of grip. The sandpatch finish gives the glove a smooth surface that decreases indirect costs thanks to fewer rejects of fragile parts. Antistatic according to EN1149.

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

Ideal Applications: Chemical processing and preparation, Refining - Oil & Petrol, Metal fabrication, Agrochemicals, Printing industry. Category III

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Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code 37-675

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