Latex gloves Manu Prene XP
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Material
latex
Applications
medical

Description

Neoprene protective glove Berner Manu Prene XP Protective gloves for use with chemicals, CMR drugs (e.g. cytostatics) and biological agents (e.g. fungal spores, bacteria, viruses, etc.) The Neoprene protective glove »Manu Prene XP« by Berner was developed as PPE (personal protective equipment) of the highest category III specially for the safe handling of CMR drugs (e.g. cytostatics) and for working with biological substances. The type-tested protective gloves for chemicals and microorganisms have passed numerous penetration and permeation tests with flying colours, provide excellent grip and have reached the highest level 5 in the dexterity test (to EN 420). Due to the non-existence of a European standard on the subject area of resistance to viruses, the protective gloves were additionally tested to the American standard ASTM-F1671-97b, to provide you with a maximum of safety. The protective glove Manu Prene XP is especially suitable for use by people with latex allergies and in latex-free zones. Product highlights: Personal protective equipment (PPE) of the highest category III Type-tested and certified Comprehensive penetration- and permeation tests Optimal for GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) compliant production of cytostatics AQL=0,65 Polychloroprene (better known as Neoprene) Powder-free Latex-free Low-allergen (no allergens detectable) No double gloving needed Optimal safe grip Superior tactile properties (Dexterity: highest level 5) Anatomical shape Detailed imprint on every glove Extra long cuff with rolled edge Available sterile and non-sterile Dispenser box for ease of use
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