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Ansell 78-103 Versatouch Thermal Insulating Glove

Ansell 78-103 Versatouch Thermal Insulating Glove

Ansell

Combines comfort, dexterity and protection against cold conditions. High comfort and thermal insulation down to -10°C. Can be worn as liners.

Code: 78-103

Ansell

£2.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£3.59 inc. VAT
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Ansell 78-103 Versatouch Thermal Insulating Glove

Ansell Versatouch ® 78-102 Thermal Insulating Gloves offer a cost-effective solution for a range of food industry applications requiring protection from cold. A good choice for use under either cut resistant or chemical resistant gloves, offering doubly effective protection. Seamless design ensures excellent flexibility and high dexterity. Ansell Versatouch® 78-102 gloves are entirely latex-free, eliminating the risk of type I allergies. Gloves should be chosen carefully, based on specific requirements and standards. EU legislation requires safety glove manufacturers to clearly indicate their products' level of protection against convection and contact cold and water ingress, under the EN 511 standard. Safety gloves' level of resistance to so-called mechanical"" risks (physical and mechanical abrasion, cutting, puncturing and tearing) is indicated under the EN 388 standard.

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