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SINGLE USE GLOVES: A CONVENIENT, COST-SAVING ALTERNATIVE

17-07-2015
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Having protective gloves located close to work stations ready for use can be a challenge for many businesses.

Providing different sized gloves for a correct fit may also be difficult to manage in situations where workstations require different operators throughout the working day.

An ideal solution is Microflex single use gloves from Ansell.

These economical gloves will appeal to safety managers who have found it difficult to find single-use, disposable hand protection that’s comfortable for workers to wear, yet provides a high level of hand protection that doesn’t make a big hole in the PPE budget.

Offering high tensile strength and the flexibility needed to allow workers’ hands to move freely and comfortably, these gloves also give the wearer a firm and consistent grip as a result of their fully textured design and a non-foaming formula applied to the glove surface.

The range includes the black Microflex 93-852 glove, which has been designed to hide stains and provides a contrasting backdrop for identifying lighter coloured materials.

The nitrile formulation contains no natural rubber latex proteins and is powder-free to help protect wearers from Type I skin allergies, skin irritation and dryness.

These ambidextrous gloves have been engineered to meet the rigorous requirements of applications typically found in industries such as automotive, emergency medical services and laboratory work that call for tasks ranging from analytical testing and biotechnologies through to light assembly tasks, maintenance, mechanical repairs and paint and spray shops.

For more information about Ansell Microflex gloves and to request samples for evaluation, place a request at: http://ppe.ansell.com.au/contact-us

 

Ansell

Ph: 1800 337 041

www.ansell.com.au

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