STP989

    Performance of Protective Clothing: Second Symposium

    Mansdorf SZ, Sager R, Neilsen AP

    Pages: 847

    Published: 1988

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    Papers concern protective quality of various types of apparel for protection against chemical and thermal hazards. Topics include human factors, user attitudes, new materials, thermal protection, industrial chemical stresses, and protection from pesticides.


    Table of Contents

    A Decade of Protective Clothing Standards Development
    Henry N.

    The Need for International Cooperation Regarding Approvals
    Hougaard M.

    International Standards for Assessing the Effect of Clothing on Heat Tolerance and Comfort
    Dukes-Dobos F., Olesen B.

    Comfort Factors of Protective Clothing: Mechanical and Transport Properties, Subjective Evaluation of Comfort
    Cowan S., Tilley R., Wiczynski M.

    Evaluation of Psychological Reactions in Children When Using Respiratory Protective Devices
    Mauritzson-Sandberg E., Sandberg L.

    A Standardized Dexterity Test Battery
    Ervin C.

    Thermal Protective Performance of Single-Layer and Multiple-Layer Fabrics Exposed to Electrical Flashovers
    Doupe B., King M., Li X., Mellish J.

    Thermal Properties of Protective Clothing and Prediction of Physiological Strain
    Holmér I.

    Measuring the Protective Insulation of Fabrics in Hot Surface Contact
    Barker R., Shalev I., Stamper S.

    Evaluation of Fourteen Fabric Combinations, One Glove Material and Three Face Shield Materials to Molten Steel Impact
    Forsberg K.

    A Comparative Evaluation of Test Methods and Materials for Thermal Protective Performance
    Day M.

    Effect of Permanent Press Resin Finish on Cotton Fabric Thermal Resistivity
    Shalev I.

    Setting Standards for the Resistance of Clothing to Molten Metal Splashes
    Proctor T., Thompson H.

    Development and Testing of Extremely High-Temperature (1093°C and Over) Coatings for Safety Clothing
    Dixit B.

    Performance Evaluation of Chain Saw Protective Leggings
    Arteau J., Turcot D.

    Dose Response of Skin Absorption in Young and Adult Rats
    Chernoff N., Fisher H., Hall L., Monroe R., Shah P., Sumler M.

    Solubility Parameter Prediction of the Barrier Properties of Chemical Protective Clothing
    Hansen C., Hansen K.

    Determination of Solubility Parameters of New Suit Materials
    Bentz A., Billing C.

    Permeation of Polymeric Materials by Chemicals: A Comparison of 25-mm and 51-mm ASTM Cells
    Vahdat N.

    Effect of Temperature, Material Thickness, and Experimental Apparatus on Permeation Measurement
    Bentz A., Billing C.

    Comparative Evaluation of a Smaller Version of the ASTM Permeation Test Cell Versus the Standard Cell
    Henry N.

    Problems in Determining Permeation Cell Equivalency
    Conoley M., Keith L., Patton G.

    Innovative Method for Determining Minimum Detectable Limits in Permeation Testing
    Britton L., Golla E., Verschoor K.

    Approaches to Predicting the Cumulative Permeation of Chemicals Through Protective Clothing Polymers
    Goydan R., Krishnamurthy S., Reid R., Schwope A., Wong K.

    Roundtable Discussion on Solubility Parameter

    An Analytical Technique for Permeation Testing of Compounds with Low Volatility and Water Solubility
    Spence M.

    Carbon-14 Tracers in Permeation Studies: Feasibility Demonstration
    Drabaek I., Ursin C.

    Testing the Quality of Breathable Textiles
    Salz P.

    Using Dipropyl Sulfide to Test the Leakage of Protective Clothing
    Dingmao H., Fang G., Huaimin W.

    Test Kit for Field Evaluation of the Chemical Resistance of Protective Clothing
    Carroll T., Huang R., Royer M., Schwope A.

    Evaluation of Protective Clothing Materials Challenged by Petroleum and Synfuel Fluids
    Allen White D., Dreibelbis W., Gammage R., Huguenard J., Vo-Dinh T.

    Problems in Personal Protective Equipment Selection
    Eiser D.

    Selected Protective Clothing for Semiconductor Manufacture
    Gittelman D.

    Decontamination of Chemical Protective Clothing Exhibiting Matrix Release
    Berardinelli S., Hall R.

    Protective Clothing Materials: Chemical Contamination and Decontamination Concerns and Possible Solutions
    Garland C., Torrence A.

    Effects of Water Rinsing on Subsequent Permeation of Rubber Chemical-Protective Gloves
    Nelson Schlatter C.

    Skin Protection and Sensitizing Epoxy Compounds in Electron Microscopy Laboratories
    Estlander T., Henriks-Eckerman M., Jolanki R., Kanerva L., Stjernvall T.

    Development of a Comprehensive Approach to Chemical Protective Clothing Use
    Mansdorf S.

    CPCbase, a Chemical Protective-Clothing Data Base for the Personal Computer
    Goydan R., Huhn L., Lloyd S., Schwope A.

    Use of a Relational Data Base for Protective Clothing Research
    Bentz A., Billing C., Hendrick M.

    Simulation of the Effect of Moisture Content in Underwear and on the Skin Surface on Steam Burns of Fire Fighters
    Mäkinen H., Smolander J., Vuorinen H.

    Analysis of Standards and Testing for Firemen's Protective Clothing
    Abraham C., Bidanset J., Newman M.

    Fire Fighter Turnout Clothing: Physiological and Subjective Evaluation
    Huck J., McCullough E.

    The Role of the U.S. Coast Guard Strike Team in Hazardous Chemical Responses
    Gaines R.

    Physiologic Field Evaluation of Hazardous Materials Protective Ensembles
    Veghte J.

    Hydrogen Fluoride Exposure Testing of the U.S. Coast Guard's Totally Encapsulated Chemical Response Suit
    Johnson J., Stull J., Swearengen P.

    Propellant Handler's Ensemble: A New-Generation SCAPE
    Ahmie K.

    Kennedy Space Center Maintenance Program for Propellant Handlers Ensembles
    Dudzinski D.

    Protective Ensemble Testing Using Passive Sampling Devices
    Coutant R., Fritch W., Kuhlman M.

    An Improved Air-Supplied Plastic Suit for Protection Against Tritium
    Wiernicki C.

    Measuring the Integrity of Totally Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits
    Johnson J., Stull J.

    Evaluation of the Performance of One-Way Valves Used in Chemical Protective Suits
    Johnson J., Sackett C., Stull J., Swearengen P.

    Evaluation of the Physiological Parameters Associated with the Propellant Handler's Ensemble
    Doerr D.

    Development and Testing of Protective Clothing for Lawn-Care Specialists
    Gay S., Nolan R., Shern L., Slocum A., Turgeon A.

    Factors Influencing Design of Protective Clothing for Pesticide Application
    Fraser A., Keeble V.

    Guthion Penetration of Clothing Materials During Mixing and Spraying in Orchards
    Doucette W., Keeble V., Norton M., Ryan Dupont R.

    Exposure Measurements Concerning Protective Clothing in Agriculture
    Batel W., Hinz J.

    Protective Clothing for Crop Consultants: Field Studies in Louisiana
    Boethel D., Buco S., Cloud R.

    Engineering Controls and Protective Clothing in the Reduction of Pesticide Exposure to Tractor Drivers
    Lunchick C., Nielsen A., Reinert J.

    Mechanisms of Clothing Exposure and Dermal Dosing during Spray Application
    Popendorf W.

    Pattern of Dermal Deposition Resulting from Mixing/Loading and Ground Application of 2,4-D Dimethylamine Salt
    Cessna A., Franklin C., Grover R., Muir N., Riedel D.

    Use of Fluorescent Tracers and Video Imaging to Evaluate Chemical Protective Clothing During Pesticide Applications
    Fenske R.

    Comparison of a Thermal Test Battery Analysis and Field Assessments of Thermal Comfort of Protective Apparel for Pesticide Application
    DeJonge J., Hassenboehler C., Nigg H.

    Distribution of Malathion on Gore-Tex Fabric Before and After Sunlight Exposure and Laundering as Determined by Electron Microscopy
    Branson D., Rajadhyaksha S.

    Development and Validation of a Laboratory Spray System Designed to Contaminate Fabrics with Pesticide Solutions
    DeJonge J., Duckett K., Leonas K.

    Strategies for Laundering Protective Apparel Fabric Sequentially Contaminated with Methyl Parathion
    Gold R., Goodman C., Laughlin J.

    Dispersion Mechanism of a Pesticide Chemical in Woven Fabric Structures
    Kim C., Kim J.

    Effect of Temperature and Humidity on Laboratory Pesticide Penetration Studies
    Anastasakis M., Brothers J., DeJonge J., Dimit C., Leonas K.

    Chlorpyrifos Residue Removal from Protective Apparel Through Solvent-Based Refurbishment Procedures
    Gold R., Laughlin J., Ringenberg K.

    Chlorpyrifos Residues in Protective Apparel Fabrics Following Commercial or Consumer Refurbishment
    Gold R., Lamplot J., Laughlin J.

    Effect of Formulation on Removal of Carbaryl and Chlorothalonil from Apparel Fabrics by Dry Cleaning, Aqueous Extraction, and Vaporization
    Fleeker J., Nelson C., Olsen M., Wazir M.

    Test Method Development and Evaluation of Protective Clothing Items Used in Agricultural Pesticide Operations
    Almeida R., Beltis K., Cerundolo D., Ehntholt D., Nielsen A., Royer M., Schwope A., Whelan R.

    Use of Methylene Blue Dye to Predict Fabric Penetration by Malathion
    Hobbs N., Oakland B.

    Quantitation of Pesticides on Apparel Fabrics
    Braaten A., Fleeker J., Nelson C.

    Impact of Labor Protection in the Registration Process of Pesticides in the Netherlands
    Maas C.

    Pesticide Applicator Exposure Monitoring: EPA Guidelines
    Lunchick C., Mazzetta D., Nielsen A., Reinert J.

    Progress in the Development of a Generic Data Base for Mixer/Loader-Applicator Exposures
    Day E., Eberhart D., Knarr R., Muir N., Nielsen A., Reinert J., Zimmerman D.

    Field Evaluation of Protective Clothing: Experimental Designs
    Nigg H., Stamper J.

    Pesticide Information and Attitudes Toward Chemical Protective Clothing Among Urban Pesticide Users
    Frankie G., Grieshop J., Hansen H., Peters A., Rucker M.

    A Review of the Requirements for Protective Clothing for Agricultural Workers in Hot Climates
    Litchfield M.

    Protective Clothing and Equipment: Beliefs and Behavior of Pesticide Users in Ecuador
    Grieshop J.

    Conductive Clothing and Materials
    Davies J.

    Kinetics of Vapor Sorption by Latex-Bonded Carbon Particles
    Jones D., Watts P.

    Evaluating a New Material for Use in Totally Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits
    Jamke R., Steckel M., Stull J.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: F23

    Paper ID: STP989-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP989-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5058-4

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-1167-7

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