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Ansell 43-113 Mercury Heat Resistant Glove

Ansell 43-113 Mercury Heat Resistant Glove

Ansell

Top of the range gloves for the most exacting hot applications. Also provides fantastic resistance to cuts, tears and abrasion. Soft, comfortable and absorbent - the coolest choice in hot conditions. Designed for intermittent dry heat contact up to 350°C.

Code: 43-113

Ansell

£26.19 Pair (ex. VAT)

£31.43 inc. VAT
Quantity discounts
£24.85 36+ (save £48.24+)
Size 13"
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Ansell 43-113 Mercury Heat Resistant Glove

Top of the range gloves for the most exacting hot applications. Also provides fantastic resistance to cuts, tears and abrasion. Soft, comfortable and absorbent - the coolest choice in hot conditions. Designed for intermittent dry heat contact up to 350°C.

Primary Industries: Automotive & Transportation, Glass Metal Fabrication.

Ideal Applications: Handling hot glass, Removing sterilised products from autoclaves, Demoulding thermoplastics, Manufacturing tyres. Category III.

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code M400G-13

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