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Ansell 70-114 Kevlar Sleeve - 356mm

Ansell 70-114 Kevlar Sleeve - 356mm

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Automatic knit liner of 100% Kevlar® fiber. Available in numerous lengths, to give you the optimum balance of dexterity and cut resistance.

Code: 70-114

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£4.49 Each (ex. VAT)

£5.39 inc. VAT
Quantity discounts
£4.39 144+ (save £14.40+)
Size 14", Colour Yellow
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Ansell 70-114 Kevlar Sleeve - 356mm

Automatic knit liner of 100% Kevlar® fiber. Available in numerous lengths, to give you the optimum balance of dexterity and cut resistance. Comfort and sure grip. Constructed from high-tech 100% Kevlar® para-aramid short fibers. Exceptional cut resistance with dexterity. The 100% Dupont Kevlar® construction offers a very high cut resistance to weight ratio. Most sleeves feature thumb slots, protecting the wrist area.

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

Ideal Applications: Assembly and finishing, Sheet metals and metalwork, Body assembly, Stamping operations, Assembly of white goods, Glass repair. Category III

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code KS14

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