First Aid Kit, Kit, Nylon Case Material, General Purpose, 1 People Served Per Kit
- Item # 9WY83
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 9WY83
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 42172001
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- Item First Aid Kit
- First Aid Kit Type Kit
- First Aid Kit Primary Application General Purpose
- Number of People Served 1-10
- Unitized No
- People Served Per Kit 1
- Case Material Nylon
- First Aid Kit Mounting Type Portable
- Height 9-1/2"
- Width 3-1/2"
- Depth 5"
- Waterproof No
- First Aid Kit Application General Purpose
- Number of Components 42
- Number of Shelves 1
- Color Red
- First Aid Kit ANSI Standards Not ANSI Compliant
- Includes (16) Plastic Adhesive Bandages, (1) CPR Microshield, (1) Adhesvie Tape, (1) First Aid Cream, (1) Pair Vinly Gloves, (1) Plastic Tweezers, (1) Scissors, (1) ASHI First Aid Guide, (1) Triangular Bandage, (4) Antiseptic Wipes, (5) Sting Relief Wipes, (3) Gauze Pads, (1) ABD Combine Pad, (2) Aypanal Extra, (2) Plastic Patch bandage, (1) Instant Cold Pak
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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