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Catalog of Available Protective Clothing Supplement to Final Report Protective Clothing - Assessment of Need.
Barnhart-WL; Toney-CR; Nicodemus-LA
Launch Support Division, Bendix Corporation, Cocoa Beach, Florida 1974 Aug:138 pages
The catalog is intended to provide a quick reference to the types of torso protective clothing currently available on the market. For each item, information is given concerning the category, manufacturer, part number, fabrication material, hazard involvement and protection classification. Categories include head and torso, such as hood, snood, parka, and helmet cover; upper torso, such as bib, cape sleeves, cape sleeves with bib, cape, shirt, jacket, and vest; lower torso, such as chaps, trousers, waist type apron, waist type apron with split leg, and waders; entire torso, such as coat, coverall, overall, bib apron, bib apron with split leg, sleeve apron, suit, open back suit, and smock; and specialized torso, such as a suit for survival in arctic waters, suit for skin diving, air conditioner suit vortek, buoyant vest for work, and environmental self-contained suit. Hazard involvement includes thermal, chemical, mechanical, electrical, biological and radiological. (Contract No.
NIOSH-Contract; Contract-099-73-0075; Personal-protective-equipment; Protective-clothing; Safety-clothing; Body-protection; Thermal-environment; Chemical-industry; Electrical-hazards; Electrical-industry; Electrical-equipment; Radiation-environment; Machinery;
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Launch Support Division, Bendix Corporation, Cocoa Beach, Florida
Page last reviewed: September 2, 2020
Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division