7 Years manufacturer 26″ Industrial rubber glove-Granule finish for Suriname Factories

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26”length(65-67cm), black, granule finish, seamless, no cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, cuff perimeter: 61cm, double layer thickness:2.2mm. 50 pairs/case, carton size: 74*36*44cm. Net weight: 24kg/case, gross weight: 26kg/case. It can be suitable used sand blasting machine.

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With our excellent management, strong technical capability and strict quality control system, we continue to provide our clients with reliable quality, reasonable prices and excellent services. We aim at becoming one of your most reliable partners and earning your satisfaction. 7 Years manufacturer 26″ Industrial rubber glove-Granule finish for Suriname Factories, We cordially welcome customers from at home and abroad to join us and cooperate with us to enjoy a better future.

26”length(65-67cm), black, granule finish, seamless, no cotton lining, left/right hand, 800g/pair, cuff perimeter: 61cm, double layer thickness:2.2mm. 50 pairs/case, carton size: 74*36*44cm. Net weight: 24kg/case, gross weight: 26kg/case. It can be suitable used sand blasting machine.

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    Shelter or warmth
     Reflective “aluminized” (Mylar coated) space blanket or survival blanket to retain body heat (and signal)
     Lightweight poncho for protection against wind and rain
     “Tube tent” or bivvy bag
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     Ferrocerium rod (AKA “Metal match”, “Hot Spark”, “Firesteel”, “Magnesium fire starter”) and fire striker for fire-starting, Fire piston or Solar Spark Lighter
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     Cotton balls or pads smeared with petroleum jelly for fire starting (can be carried in 35 mm container or heat-sealed inside large diameter plastic straw)
     Catalytic heater and bottled gas fuel
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     Band-aids
     Sterile combine dressing, and gauze pads
     Adhesive tape, and gauze tape
     Medical tweezers
     Surgical razor or scalpel
     Disinfectant pads
     Latex gloves (rubber if allergic to latex, to protect first aider against infection)
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     Rubbing alcohol
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     Oxytetracycline tablets (for diarrhea or infection)
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     Gillnetting (for emergency fishing)

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     Whistle.
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     High power LED light (able to have batteries replaced, and carry an extra battery), white lens, with signaling capabilities. Strobe versions are available for some lights. Use lithium cells only, due to superior shelf life.
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