Quantity: 1 Case of 10 Boxes x 100 Gloves
- Powder Free
- Natural Colour
- Length: 245mm
- Thickness: 0.16mm
- Double Chlorinated
- Textured Fingertips
- Beaded Cuff
- AQL 1.5
- Thicker Than Ansell's Average Latex Gloves. With a unique design that prevents rips and tears, the Microflex® 63-864 offers strength and durability you can depend on. Fingertips are thicker than most standard latex gloves for the ultimate in protection.
- A Reliable and Precise Grip. Enhanced, textured fingertips provide a secure, dependable grip for rugged work settings and improve dexterity for increased productivity.
- Excellent Protection for Automotive Industry Applications. Whether the task at hand is mid-duty or heavy-duty, hands stay safe and remain dry - even in wet or dry conditions.
- Exceptional Craftsmanship. Engineered and designed with quality in mind. Palm thickness meets and exceeds quality standards. Pinhole rates are lower than the standard minimum requirements for average latex gloves.
- Automotive and Transportation
- Warehouse Work
- Dairy Processing
- Food Processing
- Filtration Processes
- General maintenance
- Light assembly tasks
- Crime scene analysis
- Paint and spray shops
- Assembly and inspection
- Handling of small/fine parts
- Janitorial and maintenance work
- Analytical testing/Measurements
- Light assembly of oil-coated pieces
- Light duty maintenance and clean up
- Maintaining equipment and instruments
- Under glove for meat/fish processing
- Picking and assembling wet or dry parts
- Protection from blood and other bodily fluids
UNSPSC Code 46181541
Ansell Microflex Gloves conform to the following standards:
- EN374:2003 - Low resistance to permeation by Chemicals
- ENISO374-1:2016 Type B - Resistance to permeation by Chemicals (Chemical Codes: KLT)
- EN374:2003 - Protection against Micro-Organisms
- ENISO374-5:2016 - Protection against Micro-Organisms (Virus)
- EN374-1:2003 - Protection against Chemical Splashes
- EN421 - Protection against Ionising Radiation and Radioactive Contamination
For further information about EN Standards, please visit our EN Standards page.