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PowerForm S6 EcoTek Powder-Free Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves (Box of 100)

PowerForm S6 EcoTek Powder-Free Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves (Box of 100)

ATG

Powder Free. Silicone Free. Touchscreen Compatible. Excellent Grip. Skin Health Alliance accredited. EN 374-2:2003, EN 374-1:2016 Type C, EN 374-5:2016, Food Safe approved.

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ATG

£12.99 Box of 100 (ex. VAT)

£15.59 inc. VAT
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PowerForm S6 EcoTek Powder-Free Biodegradable Nitrile Gloves (Box of 100)

• TouchTek® helps prevent skin irritation and sample contamination
• MilTek® optimizes thickness for durability and tactile sensitivity
• Fully textured surface is touchscreen compatible and provides excellent wet and dry grip
• Silicone-free prevents contamination
• Powder Free
• Beaded cuff allows for easy donning and removal
• Skin Health Alliance accredited
• Tear resistant cuff
• 9.5” LENGTH
• EcoTek® Biodegradable in Landfills: 92.6% biodegradable in 945 days. ASTM D5526-12 test results do not predict future biodegradation
• EcoTek provides all the benefits of biodegradability without sacrificing performance, safety or durability
• EN 374-2:2003, EN 374-1:2016 Type C, EN 374-5:2016, Food Safe approved

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ATG
Manufacturer Code N200362

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