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Ansell unveils eco-friendly HyFlex 11-435 work gloves
09
Aug '12
Ansell combines safety with a leap forward in environmentally friendly production with the launch of HyFlex 11-435, cut-resistant work gloves made with water-based polyurethane. Using water instead of dimethylformamide (DMF) solvent in the manufacturing process, HyFlex 11-435 gloves enhance safety and dexterity for workers in a variety of industries. In addition, the polyurethane does not penetrate inside the gloves, resulting in a softer feel on the skin.

HyFlex 11-435 gloves are made with a combination of glass fiber and nylon yarn plaited with Dyneema fiber, which provides users with ANSI Level 3 and EN Level 5 cut protection.

This combination of fibers also provides wearers with excellent breathability and a cool feeling during use. The seamless construction and polyurethane coating ensure better comfort and flexibility. HyFlex 11-435 gloves are silicone-free and rated anti-static ANSI ESD STD for improved safety in critical areas.

“The use of water-based polyurethane in our HyFlex 11-435 gloves is a major advance in long-term safety and care for the environment,” said Laura Proctor, Ansell Senior Marketing Manager. “These gloves are Ansell’s answer to the customer’s call for a more stringent and environmentally safe manufacturing process without compromising on the safety of workers.”

The HyFlex 11-435 gloves are ideal in a variety of industries, including automotive, transport equipment, machinery and equipment, metal fabrication and glass.

The gloves are available in sizes 6-11 to accommodate the hands of almost any worker. The gray color masks dirt for longer usability, and their excellent washability ensures a prolonged lifetime.

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