Touch Screen-Capable Gloves from Ansell

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Ansell

Ansell, Iselin, NJ, introduces HyFlex 11-101 and 11-105 gloves for industrial work environments. The gloves contain conductive yarn that is woven with a layer of metal that provides conductivity between fingertip and touch screen. The gloves are covered with a layer of polyurethane coating for ease of movement and feature different dipping styles to meet specific user needs. For instance, the 11-101 is palm-dipped for mechanical resistance and protection and the 11-105 is finger-dipped for flexibility.

Contact Info

Company: Ansell
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-800-0444
Fax: 732-219-5114

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