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Z677280 Aldrich

Dermatril nitrile gloves

size L

  •  NACRES NB.35



Related Categories Anti-Static Disposable Nitrile Gloves, Dermatril nitrile gloves, Disposable Gloves, Disposable Nitrile Gloves, Gloves,
material   blue gloves
  blue nitrile
size   L
sterility   non-sterile
feature   CE compliant
  latex free
packaging   pack of 100 ea (boxes of 100)
mfr. no.   KCL 740
  KCL, 740 - 09
L × thickness   250 mm × 0.11 mm


General description

Dermatril is a blue nitrile, powder-free, disposable glove providing a high level of protection against chemical and bacteriological contamination. The Dermatril disposable glove also displays very good physical durability in comparison to conventional disposable gloves.

All Dermatril disposable gloves are INDIVIDUALLY marked with the appropriate standards mark applied on the inside using a food-friendly dye.

• Anti-static
• Free from allergenic substances such as thiurames, benzothiazoles and thiourea
• Roughened fingertips for better grip
• Rolled cuff edge for easier donning
• CE compliant
• Meet standards: EN 374 (cat. III), EN 388 (cat. II), EN 455, EN 61340-5-1, ASTM 1671:2001

Legal Information

Dermatril is a trademark of KCL GmbH

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