Aluminium mill saves $200,000 a year on safety gloves
THAT ugly feeling of being ripped off seems a common occurrence these days. But honesty can still be found. Case in point one of the world’s biggest aluminium mills, which saves $200,000 annually on safety gloves.
Ansell HyFlex 11-624 safety gloves take the strain of a long innings.
Cricket season is upon us and Barry the Builder, like he does most lunch breaks, imagines himself smashing the ball to the boundary to bring up his century for Australia. Nice cut shot, Barry! Helped by the strong grip and superior protection of Ansell’s Hyflex 11-624® work safety gloves.
The HyFlex 11-800 is a root-toot-tooting straight-shooting safety glove
And now, ya all, it comes with more comfort and reduced hand fatigue. Yes sireee, Bob, that’s the winning formula from the upgrade of Ansell’s HyFlex 11-800 work safety gloves. They'se now come with that new fangled patented Zonz Knit Technology™ (got that trademark thingy ‘n all).
500 million sales milestone for Ansell HyFlex safety gloves
The HyFlex, created 15 years ago, is the number one industrial safety glove around the world, with more than half a million workers wearing it on any given day across a wide variety of industries. Key to the success of the HyFlex range is its winning combination of ergonomic design, comfort and superior mechanical protection.
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- Touch up on tactility with Ansell work safety gloves
- Hydro Tasmania wins Ansell-sponsored National Safety Council award
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- Ansell pulling the apron strings for your work safety