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Whole glove permeation/penetration of organic liquids with a dextrous robot hand.

Authors
Que Hee-SS
Source
Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, R01-OH-009250, 2014 Aug; :1-128
Link
NIOSHTIC No.
20045208
Abstract
Original Achievements: 1. Development of a dynamic flow system for whole gloves on a dextrous robotic hand that is capable of continuous or intermittent sampling of water soluble chemicals that permeate through gloves. 2. Development of a whole glove dextrous robotic hand model, nonmoving and clenching, that was compared with the standard ASTM F739-99a permeation closed loop method for four different disposable glove nitrile materials using the nonvolatile solvent cyclohexanol. 3. Development of calibrated sensitive instrumentation to test for the presence of microholes. 4. Generation of the first porosity data for disposable gloves. 5. Measurement of normalized breakthrough times, lag times, steady state permeation rates, and diffusion coefficients of selected chemicals through 4 different disposable nitrile materials, the results showing that thicker gloves allowed greater protection than the thinnest gloves for a specific chemical. 6. Discovery that robotic hand clenching for whole glove permeation causes more permeation and earlier breakthrough for the thinnest glove but not for the thicker gloves. This is suggestive of a necessary balance between worker comfort/capability of manipulating objects and safety considerations. 7. The protection afforded by double gloving is more than double relative to both normalized breakthrough time and steady state permeation rate.
Keywords
Gloves; Personal-protection; Personal-protective-equipment; Protective-clothing; Models; Analytical-processes; Organic-chemicals; Organic-compounds
Contact
Shane S Que Hee, Department of Environmental Health Sciences, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, University of California at Los Angeles, 650 Charles Young Jr Drive South, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772
CAS No.
100-51-6; 108-93-0; 123-42-2; 107-21-1; 102-71-6
Publication Date
20140806
Document Type
Final Grant Report
Email Address
squehee @ucla.edu
Funding Type
Grant
Fiscal Year
2014
NTIS Accession No.
PB2015-100628
NTIS Price
A08
Identifying No.
Grant-Number-R01-OH-009250; M102014
NIOSH Division
OEP
Source Name
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
State
CA
Performing Organization
University of California at Los Angeles
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