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Vitrex Safety Gloves

The new Vitrex safety gloves available from QEP, the world   s leading supplier of tiling and flooring installation equipment, have been designed to help keep the user safe & warm whilst still allowing you to work productively.

 

The range of 8 safety gloves are suitable for a wide range of uses from various do it yourself projects, building work, decorating and also general handling maintenance and assembly work. Vitrex gloves meet the latest EN388 safety specs with varying degrees of resistance to abrasion, blade cuts, puncturing and tear resistance.
 
Vitrex gloves are part of the Vitrex Safety Equipment range of fast moving PPE products "" Respiratory Masks, Eye Protection, Head Protection, Ear Protection, by I Want This" href="http://www.diyweek.net/products/product.asp?id=3758">Knee Protection, Gloves, Workwear & Safety Kits.

The packaging has been designed to draw the consumer's attention and to make it as easy as possible for them to choose the most suitable product for that particular DIY job, with clear & concise information on the packs and easy to understand selling points.

 
The uniform, tear resistant packaging throughout the range gives the products a high quality, appealing look and the transparent window allows the consumer to see the products in view. There are also by I Want This" href="http://www.diyweek.net/products/product.asp?id=3758">professional safety tips on the packs with a safety rating explanation.
Vitrex "" sign of a professional job
 
Tel: +44 (0)1253 789180
Email: sales@vitrex.co.uk
www.vitrex.co.uk

 

 

Click here to find out more about: QEP Co. UK Ltd.


N.B. The information contained in this entry is provided by the above supplier, and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher

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