Chemical Resistant Glove, 2.7 mil, PK10
- Item# 4RM34
- Mfr. Model# SSG/10
- Catalog Page# N/A
- Catalog Group# D0563
- UNSPSC# 46181504
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- Item Chemical Resistant Gloves
- Material Laminated Film
- Finish Smooth
- Thickness 2.7 mil
- Length 16"
- Cuff Straight
- Lining Unlined
- Size 10
- Color Silver
- Application Aerospace, Chemical Processing and Transporting, Domestic Preparedness, Haz Mat Work, Petrochemical, for Chemical and Petrochemical Laboratories, Photo Finishing, Medical Laboratories, Spill Cleanup and Hazardous Material Control Operations
- Special Features Economical, Does Not Contain Latex or Chemical Accelerators, Ambidextrous Design, Can Be Used As A Secondary Inner Glove
- Resists Over 280 Different Chemicals, Including Alcohols, Aliphatics, Aromatics, Chlorines, Ketones and Esters
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