Nitrile Cut Resistant Gloves, ANSI/ISEA Cut Level 3, Cotton, Kevlar® Lining, Black, M, PR 1
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- Item Cut Resistant Gloves
- ANSI/ISEA Cut Level 3
- ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level 4
- Glove Coating Material Nitrile
- Glove Lining Material - Cut Resistant Cotton, Kevlar(R)
- Suggested Use Environment Oily
- Series NitraSafe
- Glove Size M
- Puncture Resistant Yes
- Palm Material Nitrile
- Color Black
- Cuff Safety
- Glove Coating Coverage Full
- Glove Coating Finish Smooth
- Glove Cut Clute
- Glove Hand Style Left and Right
- Glove Length 10-1/2"
- Abrasion Resistant Yes
- ANSI/ISEA Puncture Level 3
- ANSI Abrasion Cycles 8780
- ANSI Cut Grams 1139
- ANSI Puncture Newtons 76
- Back Material Kevlar(R)/Cotton Cotton Jersey/Nitrile
- Thumb Style Straight
- Finger Style Full
- Knuckle Padding Material None
- Finger Material Kevlar(R)/Cotton Cotton Jersey/Nitrile
- Stitching Material Polyester
- Standards FDA 21 CFR177.2600
- Application Metal Fabrication,Handling Castings,Cores,Glass And Lumber
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