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Tremor Low Anti Vibration Glove

Tremor Low Anti Vibration Glove

Polyco

Seamless knitted shell with anti-vibration coating. The unique coating on the glove acts to reduce the effects of impact, shocks and vibration. The soft knitted seamless liner is comfortable to wear over long periods of time. Unlike other impact gloves, Tremor-Low allows the wearer a greater level of dexterity. The foamed coating provides an excellent level of grip. Protective gloves against mechanical vibration and shock.

Code: 658001


Polyco

£18.35 Pair (ex. VAT)

£22.02 inc. VAT
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Tremor Low Anti Vibration Glove

The unique coating on the glove acts to reduce the effects of impact, shocks and vibration. The soft knitted seamless liner is comfortable to wear over long periods of time. Unlike other impact gloves, Tremor-Low allows the wearer a greater level of dexterity. The foamed coating provides an excellent level of grip. Protective gloves against mechanical vibration and shock. EN ISO 10819,TRM=0.77<1, TRH=0.57<0.6, (Standard Passed) EN388: X343.

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Manufacturer Polyco
Manufacturer Code 876

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