GPVC/35-L

.Chemical Protection Gloves, Fully Dipped PVC, Polyester cotton Liner, Length 35cm, Especially designed for Chemicals, oils, fats and Petroleum hydrocarbons.EN 388 4121 EN 420 EN 374

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Overview

Fully dipped PVC glove with 35cm open cuff. Polyester cotton liner.
Smooth Finish. Functioning Temperature : -4 to 66 Degrees Celcius.
Especially designed for Chemicals, oils, fats and Petroleum hydrocarbons.
EN 388 4121, EN 420 EN 374

Features

Dromex® GPVC/27 and GPVC/35 are thermoplastic PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride), 27cm and 35cm length gloves, in ruby red colour with a synthetic coating on a polyester interlock liner and an open cuff allowing ventilation and quick removal of glove.

These gloves provide excellent resistance to most acids, oils fats caustics and petroleum hydrocarbons. In addition it provides abrasion resistance for both wet and dry applications, as well as being useful with alcohols and glycol ethers at the specified levels of exposure as indicated by the CE ratings. PVC functions well between temperatures of -4ºC & 66ºC.

Especially designed for the chemicals, oils, fats and petroleum hydrocarbons.

 

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Certifications

Tested in accordance with the European directive for PPE (89/686/EEC) for complex design, and is compliant with EN 420, EN 388 & EN 374.

Maintenance

Gloves should not be left in contaminated condition if re-use is intended especially if potential hazards exist. Before removal from the hands excess contaminant should first be removed however, should this not be possible, it is advisable to ease left and right hand gloves off using the gloved hand and remove the gloves without the contaminant contacting the bare hands. The gloves may then be decontaminated with mild detergent solution, then rinsed with clean water and dried ideally with some air movement.

Disposal

All industrial waste should be disposed of correctly according to local regulations and good disposal practice. Gloves should be disposed of considering the hazardous substances they were used for. Please consider recycling.