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Disposable nitrile inspection gloves (powder-free)

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Disposable nitrile inspection gloves (powder-free)

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Disposable nitrile inspection gloves (powder-free)


Specification: BLUE-Color, Nitrile, Powder-free,Non-sterile, Disposable examination, Common for left and right hands, Impervious: G-1/AQL1.5 

Weight:4.6g(m#),Length:240mm Size: S#/ M#/L# 

Validity: three years 

Standard: GB 10213 (EU) 2017/745 EN 455 EN420 EN ISO 374 


Packing:100 pieces/box, 10 boxes/CTN 5.4kg/CTN (s#) 5.8kg/CTN (m#) 6.3kg/CTN(L#) Outer box size 365x250x245mm, Inner box size 235x120x70mm 

Transportation: 20GP: 1380CTNs, 40GP: 2860CTNs, 40HQ: 3220CTNs 

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