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SHOWA 690 PVC Chemical Resistant Gauntlet - 65CM

SHOWA 690 PVC Chemical Resistant Gauntlet - 65CM


Extended bonded sleeve version (60cm) of 660 with an elasticated border.

Code: 689071


£20.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£25.19 inc. VAT
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SHOWA 690 PVC Chemical Resistant Gauntlet - 65CM

Extended bonded sleeve version (60cm) of 660 with an elasticated border.


  • Fully coated, extra coating over entire hand
  • Extended bonded sleeve, elasticated border
  • Rough finish over entire surface
  • Antibacterial and anti-odour treatment
  • Special hydrocarbon treatment
  • Eyelet for ventilation and hanging
  • Anatomical shape
  • Seamless knit



  • A flexible, soft glove that absorbs perspiration, for ultra comfortable extended wear and with good mechanical resistance.
  • Seals and protects the hand against chemicals while remaining flexible
  • Impermeable for working in damp or greasy environments, enabling you to grip objects securely
  • Sleeve stays correctly adjusted
  • Surface provides tactile feel and better grip
  • Greater hygiene
  • Easy hang storage
  • Designed for easy movement and continuous wear
  • No irritation by seams in contact with the skin
  • Extended protection for the entire arm



  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Chemical
  • Forestry & fishing
  • Municipal services
  • Oil & gas
  • Wet work

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Showa
Manufacturer Code 690

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