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Ansell 11-630 Hyflex PU Palm Coated Knitwrist Glove

Ansell 11-630 Hyflex PU Palm Coated Knitwrist Glove

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The liner of the HyFlex® 11-630 gloves have a yarn structure that contains an optimal rate of HPPE. This offers high levels of cut resistance, for a safe use in controlling, handling and assembly applications involving contacts with sharp pieces.

Code: 11-630

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£10.85 Pair (ex. VAT)

£13.02 inc. VAT
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Ansell 11-630 Hyflex PU Palm Coated Knitwrist Glove

The liner of the HyFlex® 11-630 gloves have a yarn structure that contains an optimal rate of HPPE. This offers high levels of cut resistance, for a safe use in controlling, handling and assembly applications involving contacts with sharp pieces. The Lycra® in the liners of both gloves, as well as the polyurethane coating, provides excellent flexibility and fit. The specific formulation of the polyurethane dipping provides a secure grip on dry or slightly oily pieces. The PU formulation also increases abrasion resistance on the gloves’ work surface.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Building & Construction, Glass, Machinery & Equipment, Maintenance, Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Glass manufacturing, Aeronautics, Assembly of white goods, Plastics injection and moulding, Assembling metal parts and components, Handling sharp or irregular-edged metal parts. Category II

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