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Dermatril P nitrile gloves

size M

  •  NACRES NB.35



Related Categories Anti-Static Disposable Nitrile Gloves, Dermatril P nitrile gloves, Disposable Gloves, Disposable Nitrile Gloves, Gloves,
material   blue gloves
  blue nitrile
size   M
sterility   non-sterile
feature   CE compliant
  latex free
packaging   pack of 50 ea (boxes of 50)
mfr. no.   KCL 743
  KCL, 743 - 08
L × thickness   270 mm × 0.2 mm


General description

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

All Dermatril P 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 61340-5-1, ASTM 1671:2001

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Dermatril is a trademark of KCL GmbH

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