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  • Conquering the Challenges of Latex Emulsion-Handling
    contained in an aqueous medium. dilution of the latex solution. Like emulsions in general, latex – the most recurring. images of which is the latex glove – is present in all types. Other pump characteristics that are desirable when. of common products, from paints and balloons to floor. handling latex
  • The Many Uses of Gloves
    glass blowing are a few of the activities that require this type of glove. Nitrile gloves, made of synthetic latex, provide great resistance to punctures, tears, and many chemicals as well. Nitrile gloves have added powder to make putting them on easier, and often come in a variety of textures
  • 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
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    Latex by Use of Powder-Free Latex Gloves," J Allergy Clinical Immunology, 93:985 989, 1994. 10.Seaton A, and Cherrie B, "Rubber Glove Asthma," Br Med J, 296:531 532, 1988. 11.Marcos C, L azaro M, Fraj J, et al., "Occupational Asthma Due to Latex Surgical Gloves," Annals of Allergy, 67:319 323, 1991
  • Protect Hands and Wrists with Ergonomic Tools and Gloves
    nose pliers and combination pliers. All three allow you to work with your hand in a natural position. Gloves such as ESD-safe nitrile gloves protect product but gloves also protect hands from cuts, chemicals, hot circuit boards and other hazards. Vinyl, latex and nitrile typically offer some sort
  • 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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    of the trees used in the respective batch of latex or a very mild case of the browning detailed above. Translucency is caused by insufficient leaching or an excessive use of defoaming agents, emulsifiers, or surfactants during glove manufacture. Hazing or whitish regions on unused gloves indicate areas
  • 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