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Ansell 37-900 Solvex Premium Nitrile Gauntlet

Ansell 37-900 Solvex Premium Nitrile Gauntlet

Ansell

A newly developed nitrile film offers greater strength and superior chemical resistance. Sets new standards for mechanical performance, with unrivalled abrasion resistance and puncture resistance almost twice that of the current leading nitrile.

Code: 37-900

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£4.29 Pair (ex. VAT)

£5.15 inc. VAT
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Ansell 37-900 Solvex Premium Nitrile Gauntlet

A newly developed nitrile film offers greater strength and superior chemical resistance. Sets new standards for mechanical performance, with unrivalled abrasion resistance and puncture resistance almost twice that of the current leading nitrile. Out-performs all existing nitriles in permeation tests. 100% sampling testing: every glove is individually subjected to a leakproof test and checked for defects before dispatch. Guaranteed product quality means gloves can be used with complete confidence in dangerous situations. Every glove individually air-pressure tested. ISO 9001 certified. Every glove individually tested.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Building & Construction, Chemical, Glass, Janitorial Services, Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Refining - Oil & Petrol, Laboratory analysis, Printing industry, Cleaning, Particularly hazardous chemical areas, eg chemical manufacture, transfer of aggressive chemicals and handling chemical mixtures. Category III

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Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS37-900

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