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    Chemical Protective Clothing Performance in Chemical Emergency Response

    Stull JO, Perkins JL
    Published: 1989

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    Provides a review of the problems, new technologies, and uses of protective clothing related specifically to chemical emergency response. 21 papers on the following topics:

    • Overview/Chemical Protective Clothing

    • Chemical Protective Clothing Suit Testing

    • Chemical Permeation Research

    • Special Applications in Emergency Response

    • Polices, Procedures, and Philosophies Affecting Emergency Response.

    Table of Contents


    An Overview of ASTM Committee F-23 On Protective Clothing

    Understanding and Using Chemical Permeation Data in the Selection of Chemical Protective Clothing

    The Selection and Measurement of Physical Properties for Characterization of Chemical Protective Clothing Materials

    Comparative Heat Stress of Four Chemical Protective Suits

    The Physiologic Strain Imposed by Wearing Fully Encapsulated Chemical Protective Clothing

    TECP Suit Testing and Comparison

    Measurement of The Flammability and Thermal Aging of Chemical Protective Suit Materials

    Decontamination of Protective Suit Materials

    Permeation of Solvent Mixtures Through Protective Clothing Elastomers

    Influence of Temperature on the Permeation Properties of Protective Clothing Materials

    The Effects of Solvent Type and Concentration on the Permeation of Pesticide Formulations Through Chemical Protective Glove Materials

    Permeation of Some Pesticidal Formulations Through Glove Materials

    Emergency Spill Control in Semiconductor Manufacture

    Development of A Chemical Warfare Protective Dive Suit (Cwpds) for United States Navy Diving in Contaminated Water.

    A Method To Determine Propellant Handlers Ensemble Fabric Degradation

    Selection, Design, and Testing of a Glove System Compatible with the U.S. Navy's Chemical Warfare Protective Dive Suit

    Applying Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) Techniques to Evaluation of Protective Clothing

    Selection of Fabrication Methods and Their Impact on Design of Chemical Protective Clothing

    Performance Standards For Improving Chemical Protective Suits

    MDPR--The Need for a Minimum Detectable Permeation Rate Requirement in Permeation Testing of Chemical Protective Clothing

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: F23

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1037-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5093-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1297-1