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Red Brick® Hot Mill Gloves Terry Cloth Nitrile Coated MCR 9460KRed Brick® Hot Mill Gloves Terry Cloth Nitrile
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Red Brick® Hot Mill Gloves Terry Cloth Nitrile Coated MCR 9460K

    Protect hands from heat, abrasions, and debris with MCR Safety 9460K Red Brick® Hot Mill gloves. These two-ply heat-resistant gloves handle temperatures up to 608 degrees F, so they work well in bakery, cafeteria, and industrial settings, and the cotton shell keeps hands comfortable during use. The heavyweight loop-in terry cloth construction resists rubbing, tugging, and pulling, while the nitrile blocks on the glove fronts and backs create a buffer against hot surfaces. Tight knit cuffs help prevent anything from slipping inside. MCR Safety 9460K Red Brick® Hot Mill gloves meet standards for ANSI cut level A3 and ANSI heat contact level 5.
  • Two-ply
  • Withstand temperatures up to 608 degrees F
  • Heavyweight loop-in terry cloth construction
  • Cotton shell
  • Nitrile blocks on two sides
  • Tight knit cuffs
  • Rated at ANSI cut level A3
  • Rated at ANSI heat contact level 5

Technical Specs:

Red Brick    
MEMPHIS    
Type     Terrycloth Gloves    
Material     Terry Cloth    
Color     Natural / Russet / White    
Length     6.29 in    
Special Features     Blocks On 2 Sides, Loop-In, Seamless    
Application     Bakeries, Cold Storage Applications, Food Preparation, Food Processing, Food Service, Heat Protection, Light Heat Protection    
Size     Large    
Package Quantity     12 Poly Bags per Pack    
Coating Material     Nitrile    
Lining Material     Unlined    
Cuff Type     Knit Wrist    
Gender     Unisex    
Resistance Properties     Heat-Resistant    

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Ergodyne® N-FERNO® 16990 Glove Hand Warming PackRed Brick® Hot Mill Gloves Terry Cloth Nitrile spec sheet
Ergodyne® N-FERNO® 16990 Glove Hand Warming PackRed Brick® Hot Mill Gloves Terry Cloth Nitrile spec sheet

Manufacturer Description:

Our Terrycloth is Loopy! Most terry cloth is made with cotton because the absorbent fiber gets stronger when wet and it can be sanitized in very hot water using strong bleach and detergent without harm. Terry cloth is usually made with looped pile because the loops act like very small sponges. Looped pile is also better able to withstand the strain of rubbing, pulling twisting and tugging by the user. Loosely twisted loops are softer and more absorbent than tightly twisted loops, which produce a rougher fabric. Long pile is more absorbent than short pile. Terry cloth is most absorbent when it has loops on both sides. Cotton can absorb up to 27 times its own weight in water.

Hant # MFG # UPC
89120 9460K