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Ansell 16-500 Gladiator Glove

Ansell 16-500 Gladiator Glove

Ansell

A glove offering even better performance for light to medium stress glass handling. Crinkle finish provides excellent wet and dry grip on slippery surfaces but also protects the hand from sharp edges.

Code: 16-500


Ansell

£4.05 Pair (ex. VAT)

£4.86 inc. VAT
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Ansell 16-500 Gladiator Glove

A glove offering even better performance for light to medium stress glass handling. Crinkle finish provides excellent wet and dry grip on slippery surfaces but also protects the hand from sharp edges. Ergonomically designed to follow the natural shape of the hand. A more natural glove shape delivers a better fit and makes for safer handling. Good cushioning, good cut resistance, good comfort. AQL 16-650: 1.5 (EN374).

Primary Industries: Building & Construction, Glass, Public Utilities.

Ideal Applications: Tiles and ceramics, Tin plates, Slippery plastics, Waste collection, Local authorities, Oyster-farming, Green spaces. Category III.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS16-500

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