Skip to content Skip to navigation menu

Tychem® NP560 Neoprene Gloves

Tychem® NP560 Neoprene Gloves

DuPont Tychem

Resistant barrier against a range of chemicals, including acids, caustics, solvents, grease and oil. Ideal for heavy duty work or applications involving prolonged exposure to the presence of solvent.

Code: 692817

DuPont Tychem

£8.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£10.43 inc. VAT
Quantity discounts
£8.25 10+ (save £4.40+)
- +

Tychem® NP560 Neoprene Gloves

Featuring a 15-gauge seamless polyester knit liner and a tactile non-slip grip, Tychem® NP560 gloves offer excellent support, comfort and protection. The outer neoprene coating offers protection against a wide range of chemicals, including acids, caustics, solvents, greases and oils.
• Coating-Liner - Fully coated flexible neoprene - 15-gauge seamless, polyester knit liner
• Thickness - Thickness: 55 mil (1,39 mm) Nominal coating thickness: 30 mil (0,76 mm)
• Length - 14 in (356 mm)
• Grip - Rough textured finish over hand surface
• Color - Black
• Cuff style - Shape - Gauntlet - Anatomical shape
CE Cat 3
EN 388

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer DuPont Tychem
Manufacturer Code NP560

No videos available for this product

Reviews for this product

3 of 3 news itemsRelated news for this product

Posted on 30/01/2020Fewer HSE prosecutions, but longer times for cases to reach court Read more

  There were fewer than 400 prosecutions by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) in the 2018/19 period. This is a decrease of 23% from the previous year and over a third lower than the 2014/15 total... Read more

Posted on 28/01/2020FedEx fined over half a million pounds for safety breach Read more

  Following an accident, where a worker suffered serious injuries, FedEx UK has been fined more than half a million pounds by Cannock Magistrates Court.   In November 2017, a worker at the FedEx... Read more

Posted on 23/01/2020Increased production demands can compromise health and safety, says study Read more

  According to recent research, when there is a high demand for a product, companies increase production and this can be a health and safety risk.   Research at Yale School of Management by Kerwin... Read more

Login to start product discussions Discussions for this product