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13G HPPE Anti Cut Level3 with Microfoam Nitrile Palm Coated Safety Working Gloves

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    The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

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    Jiangsu

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    Long-term effective

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    2018-12-15 05:20

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Nantong Kunstronger Labor Protective Products Co.,Ltd
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Jiangxin Road 6#, Dong’an Rudong Development Zone, Nantong District, Jiangsu Province

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Product Description

13G HPPE anti cut level3 with microfoam nitrile palm coated safety working gloves are the cut resistant work glove manufactured by Kunstronger Safety, made with a blended liner of HPPE fiberglass and polyester, the gloves have cutting level 3. The microfoam nitrile palm coating ensures a tight grip in wet and oily conditions. Ideal for machining, construction, oily part handing.


Product Parameters

Product Name

Micro-foam nitrile coated gloves

Color

 

Size

S/M/L/XL/XXL

Logo Printing

Silk Print/Heat Transfer

Certification

CE,EN388,EN420

MOQ

500 Dozen

Package

12 pairs per dozen, 20 dozens in one carton/on request

EN388

4343

Weight

 

Liner Material

13G HPPE

Coating Material

MicroFoam Nitrile

Coating Style

Palm





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