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Ansell 97-975 Projex Heavy Duty Impact Glove

Ansell 97-975 Projex Heavy Duty Impact Glove

Ansell

Ansell Projex Series™ gloves are high performance and multi-purpose, providing dependable protection, quality design and exceptional comfort for every job.

Code: 97-975

Ansell

£14.69 Pair (ex. VAT)

£17.63 inc. VAT
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Ansell 97-975 Projex Heavy Duty Impact Glove

Ergonomic full back of hand impact protection whilst maintaining superior dexterity. Reflective knuckle band with rubberised logo provides greater visibility and protection. Terry cloth thumb delivers sweat management for high exertion tasks. Reinforced thumb crotch improves support and wearability. Abrasion resistant palm and finger grip aids with handling of rough materials. Neoprene slip wrist with Ansell’s Comfort Wrist Technology™ for improved fit restricting debris entering the glove.

Primary Industries: Building & Construction.

Ideal Applications: Residential and DIY carpentry, Car/vehicule maintenance, Heavy material handling, Hand and power tool usage, DIY. Category II

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer ANSELL
Manufacturer Code ANS97-975

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