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ANSELL HyFlex Kevlar 13 Gauge Cut Resistant Nitrile Coated Gloves (A5)

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240-49110
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240-49110
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ANSELL HyFlex 13 Gauge Intercept & DuPoint Kevlar Cut Resistant Gloves W/Foam Nitrile Coated Palm (A5) Item Details Superior cut protection and dexterity when workers need high levels of protection with optimal productivity the HyFlex 11-501 glove is the answer Ansell HyFlex® Size 9 Medium Duty Cut Resistant Work Gloves feature a black foam nitrile coating on palm for an increased grip in light oil conditions with good abrasion resistance. Light duty ergonomic gloves come with Intercept Technology® in yellow DuPont™ Kevlar® liner with spandex that offers enhanced cut protection. Gloves with Knit wrist are made from latex-free natural rubber providing optimum safety to workers as well as product protection. Gloves have major applications in handling sharp-edged materials like glass scrap metal and sheet metal. Light weight fit and feel with superior cut protection Enhances grip in light oil conditions Specifications EN 388 3441 ANSI 3 Abrasion ANSI 3 Cutting Applications Aerospace Appliance manufacturing Automotive General carpentry General industry Glass HVAC/sheet metal users/window glazers Lumber/Wood/Paper Metal fabrication Metalworking Plastics Plumbers Public utilities Forming, machining and bending of small sharp parts Handling glass or slippery plastics Handling slitter blades and utility knives Handling smooth, slippery or sharp-edged materials like glass, sheet metal, tile and veneer Door and wood framing Product Attributes ANSI Cut Level - A5 Coating - Foam Nitrile Material - INTERCEPT™ Technology » DuPont™ Kevlar® Trade Name - HyFlex® Color - Gray Glove Weight - 13 Gauge Coating Location - Palm Cuff Type - Knit Wrist Lining INTERCEPT™ Technology » DuPont™ Kevlar® ANSI Abrasion Level - 3
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