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Showa 720 Blue Nitrile Dipped Gloves

Showa 720 Blue Nitrile Dipped Gloves

Showa

Fully coated, extra coating over entire hand. Scalloped edge. Rough finish over entire surface. Antibacterial and anti-odour treatment. Special hydrocarbon treatment. Anatomical shape. Seamless knit.

Code: 652310


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£6.45 Pair (ex. VAT)

£7.74 inc. VAT
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Showa 720 Blue Nitrile Dipped Gloves

Fully coated, extra coating over entire hand. Scalloped edge. Rough finish over entire surface. Antibacterial and anti-odour treatment. Special hydrocarbon treatment. Anatomical shape. Seamless knit. A light, elastic low-lint glove, resistant to deformation and which keeps its shape longer. Protects the hand from oils, hydrocarbons, grease and abrasion, with effective long lasting grip. Impermeable for working in damp or greasy environments, enabling you to grip objects securely. Surface provides tactile feel and better grip. Greater hygiene. Designed for easy movement and continuous wear. No irritation by seams in contact with the skin. Extended protection on the forearm. Industries: Chemical, Construction, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Municipal services, Oil & gas, Pharmaceutical, Wet work.

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Manufacturer SHOWA
Manufacturer Code 720

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