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Tychem® NT420 Nitrile Chemical Glove - Pack of 50 singles

Tychem® NT420 Nitrile Chemical Glove - Pack of 50 singles

DuPont Tychem

Chemical splash and oil protection. Designed for jobs requiring barrier protection, while keeping tactile discrimination. Pack size - 25 pairs per pack (50 singles)

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DuPont Tychem

£16.80 Pack of 50 (ex. VAT)

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Tychem® NT420 Nitrile Chemical Glove - Pack of 50 singles

With a thickness of 8 mil (0,2 mm), Tychem® NT420 gloves offer a powder-free option that is suitable for jobs requiring the utmost in barrier protection while retaining tactile discrimination. Their “second-skin” feel and low-modulus formulation reduce hand fatigue.
• Coating - Liner - 100% nitrile - Unlined
• Thickness - 8 mil (0,2 mm)
• Length - 9.5 in (240 mm)
• Grip - Smooth finish
• Color - Blue
• Cuff style - Shape - Rolled cuff - Ambidextrous
• Pack size - 25 pairs per pack (50 singles)
CE Cat 3.
EN ISO 374-1 TYPE B JKOPT
EN ISO 374-5 BACTERIA & FUNGI
Compliant with FDA food handling requirements

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer DuPont Tychem
Manufacturer Code NT420

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