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M1090205 - 

Glove, Purple, Nitrile, Size Small, Disposable

MULTICOMP M1090205

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Manufacturer:
MULTICOMP MULTICOMP
Manufacturer Part No:
M1090205
Newark Part No.:
67T1744
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Product Information

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CE Class 1 Non Sterile
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Disposable
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S
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Purple
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Nitrile
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Product Overview

The M1090205 is a small size Disposable Gloves made of purple nitrile. Its design features ambidextrous, free of natural rubber latex, beaded cuff for strength and ease of donning.
  • Micro textured finish
  • Free of the proteins found in natural rubber latex
  • Accelerator free

Applications

Safety, Industrial

Warnings

Should be stored in a cool (minimum18°C) dry area out of direct sunlight and away from heat.

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45 Further stock expected to ship on Nov 5, 2017

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Can you confrim if gloves (part number M1090205) is 100% ESD safe?
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According to supplier, these are inherently Static dissipative (ESD) but this depends on humidity and temperature, so it is not 100% guaranteed in a dry environment.
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