15 Years Factory 26” Industrial rubber glove-smooth finish for Puerto Rico Importers

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26”length (65-67cm), black, smooth finish, seamless, no cotton lining, left/right hand, 700g/pair, cuff perimeter:61cm, double layer thickness:2.2mm. 50 pairs/case, carton size: 74*36*44cm. Net weight: 35kg/case, gross weight: 37kg/case. It can be suitable used for sand blasting cabinet operation.


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We always believe that one's character decides products' quality, the details decides products' quality ,with the REALISTIC,EFFICIENT AND INNOVATIVE team spirit, trend BIG BUSINESS ROAD CONDUCTS YOURSELF. 15 Years Factory 26” Industrial rubber glove-smooth finish for Puerto Rico Importers, Looking to the future, a long way to go, constantly striving to become the all staff with full enthusiasm, one hundred times the confidence and put our company built a beautiful environment, advanced products, quality first-class modern enterprise and work hard!


26”length (65-67cm), black, smooth finish, seamless, no cotton lining, left/right hand, 700g/pair, cuff perimeter:61cm, double layer thickness:2.2mm. 50 pairs/case, carton size: 74*36*44cm. Net weight: 35kg/case, gross weight: 37kg/case. It can be suitable used for sand blasting cabinet operation.

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    Safety First, but Its Safety Later, in this company.

    Working in the Dark. Ghost Busters? No. Just doing termination of cables for the Mud Panel in the pontoon, in semi-sumersible oil rig. We were subjected to such working conditions almost everyday.

    Notice they are wearing goggles and gloves. Good. See they managed to get a lamp to the panel. That’s Good. The one on the right is wearing a piece of cloth to the face. This is good because the area was full of dusts and foreign particles flying around.

    i was asked by a crew member of the rig, why am i wearing a mask all the time. What ridiculous question. They didn’t know safety? Even the family of Malboro man is suing the tabacco company for causing him to die of cancer.

    We get to be blasted when we board the rig. They were doing sand blastings all over the places for many days. We were not warned. i saw the crew covering their faces and ears as they ran past the blasting areas in the rig. We got metal pieces, dirt and other foreign particles in our neck and ears and inside the coveralls evertime we past the area where sand blasting was done.

    Next to the rig, there were ships moving in and out the dock, and sandblasting is all daily routine. Ships or rig, we all got blasted all the time.

    We were subjected to such working conditions almost everyday. Is this not abuse ? discriminate? or exploitation ?

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