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Blue is the colour for Marigold Industrial’s latest glove

Hand and arm protection specialist Marigold® Industrial has launched a brand new glove ideally suited for the rigors and hazards of daily life in the construction, automotive and glazing industries.

The company has launched PGK10 BL, which offers the wearer the highest level (level 5) cut protection combined with high performance abrasion resistance (level 3) in addition to offering excellent puncture resistance and a high degree of flexibility. Available in 3 versions: 1) palm fit (PF) with rubber coating on palms 2) ¾ dipped (Tropique) with additional rubber coating across back of fingers and 3) with extended safety cuff (SC) made of PVC mix.

Ideally suited for those working in environments where there are a range of cut hazards, the natural blue wrinkle finish on the palm offers enhanced grip performance in both wet and dry environments.

The mediumweight 10 gauge seamless liner knitted from high performances fibres including Kevlar® and Techcor® Knitting Technology ensures great wearer comfort, whilst the non-coated back ensure the hands can breathe.

"The PGK10 BL is perfectly suited to the construction and glazing industries where there is an extremely high risk of cut injuries as a result of the materials being handled. It also benefits from the addition of the blue wrinkle coating to enhance grip and puncture resistance, and has been designed to operate in particularly rugged and demanding situations where mechanical hazards are most prevalent." said Donald Gillespie, International Marketing Manager of Marigold Industrial Ltd.

Marigold Industrial Ltd
Tel: 0845 075 3355
email: ukenquiries@marigold-industrial.com
www.marigold-industrial.com

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