Investigation of relative rates of solvent and solute penetration through protective glove materials.
Pesticides are often formulated as a concentrate in volatile organic solvents.
The most important means of preventing the contamination of workers using the concentrate is by the use of protective clothing, particularly gloves.
The influence of formulation solvent on solute permeation rates across selected protective glove materials has been investigated.
In one of the cases studied, the solute penetrated the glove material appreciably faster than the formulation solvent.
This result, therefore, questions the manner in which gloves are often selected for protection against pesticide formulations (by selecting the glove that offers the best protection against the formulation solvent rather than the active ingredient) (.).
Mots-clés Pascal : Pénétration, Contamination, Vêtement protecteur, Formulation, Travailleur(protection), Gant, Perméation, Vinylique chlorure polymère, Nitrile, Solvant organique, Cyclohexanone, Xylène, Pesticide, Adjuvant pesticide, Sécurité travail, Protection, Matière plastique, Toxique
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Penetration, Contamination, Protective clothing, Formulation, Worker(protection), Glove, Permeation, Polyvinyl chloride, Nitrile, Organic solvent, Cyclohexanone, Xylene, Pesticides, Pesticide adjuvant, Work safety, Protection, Plastics, Poison
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Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique
Cote : 94-0185831
Code Inist : 002B30B02C. Création : 199406.