Polyco® Anti-Syringe Gloves - 86289011000

Polyco® Anti-Syringe Gloves protect against hypodermic needles and other sharp objects
  • High quality thick leather keeps hands safe and prevents puncture from sharp objects
  • Also highly resistant to abrasion, cuts, and tears, keeping hands safe from a range of hazards
  • Polyco® Anti-Syringe gloves also have a steel mesh integrated into the palms and fingers
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Polyco® Anti-Syringe Gloves

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£178.00 Incl. VAT: £213.60

Style No.

86289011000
Supplied in: One pair
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Details

Polyco® Anti-Syringe Gloves

  • Typically used for refuse collection, hospital duties, public utilities work, and waste management
  • Protects against needles, broken glass, razor blades, and other sharp objects
  • For cut resistant gloves, see Polyco® Metallic Mesh Cut Resistant Gloves

Specifications

Brand Polyco®
Clothing Size 9
Colour(s) Brown
Description Pair of Anti-Syringe Gloves
Gloves - Leather Yes
Impact Cut Resistance (EN388) Yes
Material Split leather / metal mesh
Mechanical Hazards Protection (EN388) Yes
Mechanical Hazards Value Cuff & back 3142
Palm 4544
Supplied in One pair
Type Puncture resistant

Documentation

Product Guides & Training Tools

Legislation EN 388

Technical Information


  • Guide de taille pour les gants de sécurité
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  • Guide de taille pour les gants de sécurité
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Good to know

Regularly cleaning your leather work gloves is essential if you want to extend its service life. However, it’s important to realise that leather’s natural oils can be washed out over time resulting in your leather gloves becoming stiff, even brittle. To help prevent this, it’s important to occasionally condition you gloves with a commercially available conditioner. Conditioning leather items is a simple enough procedure:
1. After your glove has been cleaned and completely dried, pour some conditioner on a terry-cloth towel and rub into the leather.
2. Let your glove sit for a few minutes then buff with a clean rag or a terry-cloth towel.

How often you should condition your glove depends on a number of factors including if the glove is exposed to heat or the sun and how many times this is washed. Consider conditioning once every two to three months but this could be increased to once a month if the glove stiffens up easily.

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