Ansell HyFlex Nitrile Foam Glove 12/Pairs 11-801
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The HyFlex 11-801 Glove from Ansell provides excellent comfort using their Knitted Variable Stitch Design (KVSD). This patented KVSD technology allows the liner to be knitted with extra stretch and extra strength where it's needed, which reduces hand fatigue and gives the glove great dexterity. The foam nitrile coating offers an outstanding grip in both dry and light oil applications, while the gray speckled liner helps the glove to appear cleaner far longer than a typical light color. Some applications where the HyFlex 11-801 Glove can be applied include automotive assembly, construction, and jobs requiring you to handle small oily parts. Choose MaxiDry Gloves for the following applications: Gearbox assembly, General handling, Handling small components, Light metal fabrications, Part handling, Shock absorber assembly, Maintenance, Primary, secondary, and final assembly.
The HyFlex glove is machine washable in warm water (104 degrees or less) and has very little shrinkage afterward. Since most gloves are discarded when dirty, rather than worn out, this can present quite a cost savings. Similar to the Ansell 11-800 HyFlex Glove, which has a white knit liner. The 11-800 Glove might be preferable when you want a cleaner look rather than hiding the dirt, in perhaps a high-tech assembly job.
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CE Rating: 3131
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How are these sized? I wear a small in women's rubber kitchen gloves.1 answer
The Ansell gloves are sized numerically, and this also relates to a named size. A ‘small’ would equal a size 7. This is fairly standard across manufacturers. That said, some gloves are intended to fit snugly, like the 11-801 HyFlex, while some others are looser for easy on-off. To figure your size, measure around your hand at the knuckles. This might be with a piece of string, or a fabric measuring tape. The length, in inches, is your size. 7 inches around, and you wear a small. To the extent that the number is not right on that number becomes a judgment call, and up to you if you want more or less snug.