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Ansell 42-474 Crusader Flex Gauntlet

Ansell 42-474 Crusader Flex Gauntlet

Ansell

Designed for intermittent handling of hot objects up to 180°C. Provides high resistance to cuts, minor injuries and abrasion. Enhances grip on dry and oily surfaces. Comfortable & flexible: sweat absorbent non-woven felt inner. Designed for intermittent dry heat contact up to 180°C.

Code: 658000


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£14.19 Pair (ex. VAT)

£17.03 inc. VAT
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Ansell 42-474 Crusader Flex Gauntlet

Designed for intermittent handling of hot objects up to 180°C. Provides high resistance to cuts, minor injuries and abrasion. Enhances grip on dry and oily surfaces. Comfortable & flexible: sweat absorbent non-woven felt inner. Designed for intermittent dry heat contact up to 180°C.

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

Ideal Applications: Handling hot glass, Handling hot castings & wooden plates, Demoulding rubber tyres, belts and profiles, vulcanising, calendering, Removing sterilised products from autoclaves. Category III

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Manufacturer Ansell
Manufacturer Code 42-474

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