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Salisbury SALCOR Cuff Leather Protectors

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For Use with High Voltage Rubber Gloves - Class 1, 2, 3 or 4.

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Salisbury SALCOR Glove Protectors - 156 Premium Series, Salisbury’s SALCOR Synthetic Rubber Cuff, provides maximum protection. These protectors are made from specially tanned Grade A Red Boulevard buffed leather and an orange colored SALCOR “Super Cuff.” The “Super Cuff” has better characteristics than leather or vinyl cuffs; it does not absorb water, has greater resistance to tracking and creepage.

  • Glove Type: Rubber Insulating Glove Protector

  • Material: Buffed Leather/Salcor, Back Strap

  • Cuff: Straight, 4 inch or 6 inch 

  • Color: Tan Palm, Orange Cuff

  • Manufacturer Series: 156 Premium Series

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Model MS-SAL-156-
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Country of Origin USA
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Manufacturer Salisbury


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