Performance of Protective Clothing

    Barker RL, Coletta GC
    Published: 1986

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    Offers solutions to the problems of selecting protective clothing to guard workers against chemical and thermal occupational hazards. Contains sections on chemical protection, thermal protection and risk assessment.

    Table of Contents

    Barker R., Coletta G.

    Barker R., Coletta G.

    Comparison of Two Methods Used to Measure Permeation of Glove Materials by a Complex Organic Mixture
    Davis S., Dwiggins G., Feigley C.

    Use of Infrared Spectroscopy in Permeation Tests
    Perkins J., Ridge M.

    A Proposed Basis for Characterizing and Comparing the Permeation Resistance of Chemical Protective Clothing Materials
    Spence M.

    Test Method for Evaluating Adsorptive Fabrics
    Baars D., Eagles D., Emond J.

    How Protective Is Protective Clothing?
    Henry N.

    Testing of Candidate Glove Materials Against Metal Cutting Fluids
    Carlmark B., Forsberg K., Olsson K.

    Experiences from Developing a Data Base on the Protective Effects Against Chemicals of Gloves Made from Rubber and Plastic Materials
    Mellström G.

    Influence of Film Thickness on the Permeation Resistance Properties of Unsupported Glove Films
    Miller D., Schlatter C.

    Protective Clothing Permeation Testing: Calculations and Presentation of Data
    Winter J.

    Protective Clothing and the Agricultural Worker
    Moraski R., Nielsen A.

    California Pesticide Applicators' Attitudes and Practices Regarding the Use and Care of Protective Clothing
    Chordas T., McGee K., Rucker M.

    Effectiveness of Selected Work Fabrics as Barriers to Pesticide Penetration
    Ayers G., Branson D., Henry M.

    Efficiency of Protective Clothing for Pesticide Spraying
    Lloyd G.

    Fabric Parameters and Pesticide Characteristics That Impact on Dermal Exposure of Applicators
    Easley C., Gold R., Hill R., Laughlin J.

    Effects of Barrier Finishes on Aerosol Spray Penetration and Comfort of Woven and Disposable Nonwoven Fabrics for Protective Clothing
    Hobbs N., Hurwitz M., Oakland B.

    Effect of Laundering Procedures and Functional Finishes on Removal of Insecticides Selected from Three Chemical Classes
    Gold R., Keaschall J., Laughlin J.

    Effect of Functional Finish Barriers on Pesticide Penetration
    DeJonge J., Leonas K.

    Distribution of Malathion and Methyl Parathion on Cotton/Polyester Unfinished and Durable-Press Fabrics Before and After Laundering as Determined by Electron Microscopy
    Obendorf S., Solbrig C.

    Risk Assessment of Chemical Exposure Hazards in the Use of Chemical Protective Clothing—An Overview
    Mansdorf S.

    Bioassay for Testing Protective Glove Performance Against Skin Absorption of Organic Solvents
    Boman A., Wahlberg J.

    Permeation of Chemicals Through the Skin
    Schwope A.

    Managing the Selection and Use of Chemical Protective Clothing
    Coletta G., Spence M.

    Selection of Chemical Protective Clothing Using Permeation and Toxicity Data
    Forsberg K.

    Chemical Protective Clothing Field Evaluation Methods
    Berardinelli S., Roder M.

    Evaluation of Chemical Protective Garment Seams and Closures for Resistance to Liquid Penetration
    Berardinelli S., Cottingham L.

    Testing Fully Encapsulated Chemical Suits in a Simulated Work Environment
    Cary C., Garland C., Goldstein L.

    Survey of Use and Maintenance Procedures for Chemical Protective Total Encapsulation Garments
    Moore J.

    Polychlorinated Biphenyl Decontamination of Fire Fighter Turnout Gear
    Ashley K.

    A Critical Appraisal of Test Methods for Thermal Protective Clothing Fabrics
    Holcombe B., Hoschke B., Plante A.

    Do Test Methods Yield Meaningful Performance Specifications?
    Holcombe B., Hoschke B.

    Protection Offered by Lightweight Clothing Materials to the Heat of a Fire
    Abbott N., Schoppee M., Welsford J.

    Predicting the Thermal Protective Performance of Heat-Protective Fabrics from Basic Properties
    Barker R., Shalev I.

    New Test Method for Determination of Emissivity and Reflection Properties of Protective Materials Exposed to Radiant Heat
    Forsberg K., Schleimann-Jensen A.

    Protective Performance of Polybenzimidazole-Blend Fabrics
    Bouchillon R.

    The Contribution of Wool to Improving the Safety of Workers Against Flames and Molten Metal Hazards
    Benisek L., Edmondson G., Mehta P., Phillips W.

    Thermal Insulative Performance of Single-Layer and Multiple-Layer Fabric Assemblies
    Baitinger W., Konopasek L.

    Advances in Flame-Retardant Safety Apparel
    Brown D., Mischutin V.

    Performance of Protective Clothing: Development and Testing of Asbestos Substitutes
    Dixit B.

    Some Characteristics of Fabrics for Heat Protective Garments
    Krasny J.

    A Method for Testing Fabrics with Molten Metals
    Jaynes P.

    Functional Integration of Fire Fighters' Protective Clothing
    Veghte J.

    U.S. Navy Protective Clothing Program
    Audet N., Spindola K.

    Efficacy of Heat Exchange by Use of a Wettable Cover over Chemical Protective Garments
    Breckenridge J., Gonzalez R., Kolka M., Levell C., Pandolf K.

    A Dynamically Insulated Heat-Protective Clothing Assembly
    Davies J.

    Anthropometric Fit Testing and Evaluation
    McConville J.

    Anthropometric Methods for Improving Protection
    Robinette K.

    Anthropometric Sizing and Fit Testing of a Single Battledress Uniform for U.S. Army Men and Women
    Gordon C.

    Incendiary Behavior of Electrostatic Spark Discharges from Human Beings
    Wilson N.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F23

    DOI: 10.1520/STP900-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4967-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0461-7

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