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Ansell 11-735 Hyflex PU Coated Glove

Ansell 11-735 Hyflex PU Coated Glove

Ansell

Excellent flexibility and fit with optimal cut protection. The new INTERCEPTTM cut resistant yarn has been tested to perform at or exceed industry standards. Ansell proprietary technology offers best-in-class cut protection and increased comfort and dexterity.

Code: 659193


Ansell

£12.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£15.59 inc. VAT
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Ansell 11-735 Hyflex PU Coated Glove

Excellent flexibility and fit with optimal cut protection. The new INTERCEPTTM cut resistant yarn has been tested to perform at or exceed industry standards. Ansell proprietary technology offers best-in-class cut protection and increased comfort and dexterity. The palm coating design improves worker grip, extends glove life in abrasive conditions and allows the back-of-hand to breath. The silicone-free PU coating is more friendly in use when parts will be painted. Grey coating hides dirt in environments with dirt exposure. 10 gauge liner. Used in: Assembling metal parts and components, Assembly of white goods, General maintenance, Metal fabrication.

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Manufacturer Ansell
Manufacturer Code 11-735

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