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  • The Basics of ESD Gloves
    Workers usually wear gloves to protect the electronic items they are building from ESD but the gloves also serve as a barrier to protect the products from finger prints and scratches. Nitrile gloves are made from synthetic latex which is a great option for workers who are allergic to latex, plus
  • MICRO:Cleanroom Technologies, by Roger Welker, p.61 (Sept '99)
    of gloves during use, and the effects of in situ glove cleaning. A future article will explore the factors affecting ESD performance under realistic cleanroom use conditions. From 1985 to 1987, gloves made of natural rubber latex were the subject of scrutiny. Because high-tech products at that time
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    excessive use as a vulcanizing agent, or its presence as a by-product of accelerator degradation, can interfere with activating catalysts used in the manufacture of various products. Glove powder also has been identified as affecting the set of dental composites. Natural rubber latex protein
  • Preventing fowl-ups
    production line may move as much as 8,000 lb/hr, says GTRI research engineer John Stewart. That would be a lot of chicken to reprocess or write off if an errant latex glove, for example,-accidentally contaminates the line. GTRI's inspection tool combines computer vision with sophisticated color
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    industry for latex-free materials. Perhaps the most important market dominated by NRL is that of gloves and condoms. However, a number of soft, rubbery alternatives to latex have been developed and are being used, especially for gloves. The important ones are nitrile rubber, synthetic latex (which
  • MICRO: Cleanroom Technologies - Welker (May 2000)
    ) discussed the contamination and ESD tests used to certify cleanroom gloves. , September 1999) examined the contamination performance of both natural latex and nitrile gloves and described the beneficial effects of washing on glove contamination levels. To conclude the series,
  • Medical Device Link . Thermoplastic Vulcanizates in Medical Applications
    . This includes natural-rubber latex used in gloves and condoms. There are three primary thermoset elastomers used in medical applications: natural rubber, silicone rubber, and butyl rubber. Each of the three offers a distinguishing set of characteristics that make it the material of choice for certain
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    , or ester hard segments have been developed. They typically demonstrate the characteristic properties of ether-based TPEs processability, elasticity, permeability, and strength. The higher permeability of urethane-film gloves results in increased comfort and handling compared with vinyl or latex. TPEs

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