Why leather is unsuitable for hand protection

Supplied by Ansell on Monday, 05 November, 2018


Despite inherent shortcomings as a suitable barrier to workplace hazards, the humble leather glove is still widely employed as a general-purpose hand protection solution in many industries.
Learn about the erroneous beliefs that have given leather an undeserved reputation and why purpose-designed and built is better.

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