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Polyco® SharpsMaster HV 7082 Puncture-Resistant Gloves

Puncture resistant gloves keep hands protected
  • SuperFabric® gloves tested with 25 gauge needles
  • Provide highest level of needlestick resistance on the market
  • Also resist cuts and abrasion
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Polyco® SharpsMaster HV 7082 Puncture-Resistant Gloves

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£63.00 Incl. VAT: £75.60

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Polyco® SharpsMaster HV 7082 Puncture-Resistant Gloves

  • Polyco® gloves meet safety standard EN 388
  • Hypoallergenic nitrile coating provides increased grip even in wet conditions
  • Comfortable design with very good dexterity
  • Ideal for use in waste management, emergency services, animal handling, medical/dental
  • Safety gloves are available in sizes: S, M, L, XL
  • For more puncture resistant gloves, see Cut & Puncture Resistant Gloves
  • Discover our wide range of kevlar gloves to decide which is most suitable for your workers
Clothing Size 8, 9, 10.



Information 4533
Legislation EN 388

Technical Information

  • Polyco SharpsMaster Gloves - PPE Conformity Certificate
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  • Polyco SharpsMaster Gloves - Information Sheet
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  • PPE Conformity Certificate - SHARPMASTER TV 7082 GLOVES M
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Good to know

A number of safety gloves in the market feature a coating of "rubberised" material on either the palm and fingertips or the whole hand. This is done to afford the glove a higher level of grip as the base material from which the glove is made does not grip as well. The most common coating used for this purpose is latex and nitrile. Both materials have inherent advantages and disadvantages:
1. Latex – is a naturally occurring material extracted from the rubber tree. Latex is economical and provides the wearer with greater tactile sensitivity, as well as better resilience, elasticity and a more consistent fit. Latex’s biggest drawback is it can cause allergies to the wearer.
2. Nitrile – is a synthetic rubber. Being synthetic, it won’t cause allergies. Nitrile, however, is not as economical as latex so gloves made with this material tend to be more expensive. Nitrile is also not as elastic as latex so gloves with nitrile do not fit as well as their latex counterpart.

Customer Reviews


Service: I would use the company again the only moan I have and I am not sure if its your company's fault but the delivery was left with the post office across the road but we were not told this n pick up note was left.

Product: they work

Service: as always very prompt delivery and items as ordered

Product: exactly as ordered and will provide better hand protection from needle punctures than other gloves which just protect the inside of palms and fingers!

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