Asbeguard SAFE-T-STRIP® Maintenance Glovebag

Asbeguard SAFE-T-STRIP® Maintenance Glovebag

Asbeguard SAFE-T-STRIP® Glovebags isolate hazardous substances to allow workers to safely remove the substance from a mechanical system, while protecting themselves and the surrounding environment from exposure to the substance. They deliver the highest performance for asbestos removal because of design features that save labour while increasing safety.






  • Packaged in a convenient dispensing box that protects the unused bags from damage due to handling.
  • Bags packaged as a roll can be cut off and used in sections of one, two, three or more.
  • FiberGuard glovesleeves ensure an air and liquid tight seal at this critical point. Latex work gloves are extra large and flock lined for worker comfort.
  • Proper glovesleeve positioning lets the worker reach the insulation without having to support the weight of debris. This eliminates worker fatigue and increases productivity.
  • Pre-cut tops with fitted-collars eliminate awkward cutting and measuring on the job. This allows the worker to attach the glovebag quickly and safely with no bunching of the bag where it attaches to the pipe.
  • Ultra strong virgin polyethylene ensures excellent viewing of the work area while yielding the highest seal quality.
  • A large drop-in tool pouch is positioned for quick and easy access to your tools.
  • Entry ports allow safe, fiber and liquid tight attachment of the HEPA vacuum and wetting agent/encapsulant wand.

SAFE-T-STRIP® Maintenance Glovebags are designed for repair and maintenance operations where the work is on small pipe, valves and gaskets. Its design makes it safer and easier for workers to remove asbestos containing insulation from small sections of small diameter pipe.

Model Bag Dim Pipe Dia Glove Assy Vertical or
Qty Pkg
SS-2260-6 22" x 60" (6 mil) up to 6" 1 set per bag Vertical/Horizontal 40 Case

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