7 Gauge Sandy Nitrile Coated Gloves, Glove Size: M, High Vis Yellow
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- Item Coated Gloves
- Glove Coating Material Nitrile
- Glove Coating Finish Sandy
- Glove Coating Coverage 3/4 Dip
- ANSI/ISEA Abrasion Level 0
- Suggested Use Environment Dry/Light Oil
- Insulated No
- Gauge 7
- Lining Polyester
- Glove Size M
- Color High Vis Yellow
- Cuff Knit Wrist
- Glove Length 9-1/2"
- Thumb Style Wing
- Standards CE, EN388
- ANSI Cut Grams 0
- ANSI/ISEA Puncture Level 0
- Application Agriculture, Assembly Line Production, Automotive Assembly, Carpentry, Construction, Demolition, Furniture industry, Janitorial, Landscaping, Manufacturing, Flagman
- Resists Abrasions,Cuts,Punctures,Tear
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