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Ansell 11-200 Hi-Vis Cut Resistant Sleeve

Ansell 11-200 Hi-Vis Cut Resistant Sleeve

Ansell

HyFlex® 11-200 offers the most comfortable sleeve in the Ansell range. Generous space in the arm area reduces sweat and itchiness. The anatomic design with adjustable forearm area enables freedom of movement so workers can do the job without constraints, increasing productivity.

Code: 11-200

Ansell

£11.35 Each (ex. VAT)

£13.62 inc. VAT
Size 18", Colour Hi-Vis Yellow
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Ansell 11-200 Hi-Vis Cut Resistant Sleeve

HyFlex® 11-200 offers the most comfortable sleeve in the Ansell range. Generous space in the arm area reduces sweat and itchiness. The anatomic design with adjustable forearm area enables freedom of movement so workers can do the job without constraints, increasing productivity. Enhanced safety is assured, thanks to a high visibility sleeve with Level 5 cut performance and Level 1 thermal protection. Better abrasion resistance (Level 2) and washability mean HyFlex® 11-200 offers improved total cost of ownership. Due to its ergonomic design and fixing system, worker acceptance will increase, leading to fewer accidents and injuries.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Machinery & Equipment, Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Body shop (excluding welding), Glass sheet handling, Metal sheet handling, Stamping operations. Category II

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS11-200

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