8.50 mil Natural Rubber Latex Chemical Resistant Gloves, Yellow, Size 9-1/2, 1 PR
- Item # 29UU35
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # G12Y
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # H7126
- UNSPSC # 46181504
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- Item Chemical Resistant Gloves
- Chemical Resistant Glove Material Natural Rubber Latex
- Glove Length Range 12-18"
- Glove Texture Location Smooth
- Glove Thickness 8.50 mil
- Glove Length 13"
- Cuff Beaded
- Lining Flock
- Glove Size 9-1/2
- Color Yellow
- Supported / Unsupported Unsupported
- Standards 21CFR, EN420, EN388 and EN374
- Application In Food Processing, Manufacturing and Chemical Plants
- Special Features Flock Lined Medium Weight Natural Rubber Glove, Use in Low Hazard Areas, Beaded Cuff for Tear Resistance and Easy Pull on 21 CFR (USA), CFIA (Canada) Compliant for Food Applications,(Except G12T)
- Resists Abrasion,Chemicals,Oils
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