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Cuff Systems

Liquid and Gas-Tight Cuffs for PPE

 

 

We understand the critical importance of safeguarding individuals against hazardous chemicals and contaminants. Our range of cuff systems provides superior protection, ensuring a secure seal against liquids and gases, thereby minimizing the risk of exposure in challenging environments. Explore the innovative technologies and customizable solutions designed to meet the diverse needs of professionals working in industrial, pharmaceutical, and emergency response settings. Respirex cuff systems set the standard for safety, reliability, and comfort in chemical protective apparel.

 

Liquid-Tight Cuff Systems

 

Single Elasticated Cuff

A simple sleeve with elastic at the wrist. Gloves are tucked inside the sleeve and for a liquid tight seal the wrists are taped.

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Double Elasticated Cuff

A two layered sleeve with elastic at the wrist. Gloves are worn over the inner sleeve and tucked inside the outer sleeve. For a liquid tight seal the wrists are taped.

Soft Cuff

The sleeve ends in a rigid plastic ring with an o-ring and a rubber outer seal. A cone is inserted into the glove and the glove is then pushed firmly into the sleeve (from the inside of the garment) to create a liquid-tight seal.

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Push-Fit Cuff

The sleeve ends in a flexible rubber ring. A ‘ribbed’ cone is inserted into the glove and the glove is then pushed into the sleeve (from the inside of the garment) and snaps into position to create a liquid-tight seal.

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GAS-Tight Cuff Systems

 

Locking Cuff

Glove fitted from inside the sleeve

The sleeve ends in a rigid plastic ring with an o-ring. A cone is inserted into the glove and the sleeve turned inside out. The glove (and cone) is then pushed firmly into the sleeve and a threaded locking ring is then screwed in behind the glove, securely holding it in place and creating a gas-tight seal. The sleeve is then turned right side out

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Reverse Locking Cuff

Glove fitted from outside the sleeve

The sleeve ends in a rigid plastic ring with an o-ring seal. A cone is inserted backwards into the glove and the glove (and cone) is then pushed firmly into the sleeve from the front. A threaded locking ring is then screwed in on top of the glove, holding it securely in place and creating a gas-tight seal.

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