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Tychem® VB870 Fully Coated Viton™ over Butyl Glove - 0.71mm thick

Tychem® VB870 Fully Coated Viton™ over Butyl Glove - 0.71mm thick

DuPont Tychem

When nothing else protects. Ideal for prolonged exposure chlorinated solvent, aliphatic or aromatic hydrocarbons like benzene, toluene, xylene. Suitable for military applications.

Code: 692822

DuPont Tychem

£149.99 Pair (ex. VAT)

£179.99 inc. VAT
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Tychem® VB870 Fully Coated Viton™ over Butyl Glove - 0.71mm thick

Tychem® VB870 unlined gloves feature a VitonTM coating over Butyl that provides resistance to many highly corrosive acids. They are specifically designed for handling aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons - such as benzene, toluene, and xylene - over prolonged periods. With a 28 mil (0,71 mm) thickness, they offer suitable protection for many industrial and military applications.
• Coating - Liner
Fully coated Viton™ over butyl - Unlined
• Thickness - 28 mil (0,71 mm)
• Length - 14 in (356 mm)
• Grip - Smooth finish
• Color - Black
• Cuff style - Shape - Rolled - Anatomical shape
*Certification pending*

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer DuPont Tychem
Manufacturer Code VB870

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