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Industrial protection

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Mechanical Protection

Ansell’s mechanical division manufactures and markets high-performance, multi-use protection solutions specific for hand and arm protection, for a wide range of Industrial applications.
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Chemical Protection

When working in chemical environments, worrying about whether workers are protected is not an option. Feel equipped with Ansell's comprehensive portfolio of chemical hand and body protection solutions.
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Disposable Protection

Designed with advanced material formulations and proprietary technologies, Ansell disposable gloves offer unique benefits like superior dexterity and grip, enhanced chemical resistance, and improved hand health.
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Safety Assessment

Ansell GUARDIAN® is our proprietary service to help companies select the right Personal Protective Equipment solution and improve their safety and business performance.
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In the news

The Novel Coronavirus

In January 2020, a new type of coronavirus was identified as the cause of an outbreak of pneumonia in China now known as COVID-19. Growing numbers of cases of people infected with COVID-19 have been reported in many countries. Here at Ansell, we are doing what we can to keep you informed and protected.
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Feel EQUIPPED™

We offer the widest range of best-in-class multi-hazard protection solutions. Workers can now take advantage of increased confidence and Feel EQUIPPED. 
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Safety Briefing

August 16, 2017

Glove coatings explained

Gloves are commonly available with three coating types to address a wide range of application-specific needs. These provide workers with a range of protection solutions that are tailored to address the risk of oil or industrial fluid exposure, and to protect areas of the hands from abrasion or snag injuries.
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September 03, 2018

Cleaning chemical hazards

Chemical exposure in humans can lead to a wide range of health problems. There are four potential avenues for entry into the body; inhalation (breathing), absorption (via skin contact), ingestion (eating) or injection, with the former two representing the most likely workplace risk.
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