Quick Selection Guide to Chemical Protective Clothing Spiral-bound – 8 Aug 2014
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The Quick Selection process in this guide contains three steps.
- Go to the Chemical Index in section III and find the chemical of interest. Ensure you are looking for the correct chemical by checking synonyms/CAS numbers. Also check the Risk Code to determine the hazard of the chemical.
- Use the Chemical Class Number in the Chemical Index to look up the chemical in the color–coded table The Master Chemical Resistance Table in section IV.
- Go to the identified Chemical Class Number in the color–coded table to find the chemical of interest. Select the barrier material that best protects the users against exposure to the chemical.
From the Back Cover
THE PREMIER REFERENCE ON CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
The Sixth Edition of the Quick Selection Guide to Chemical Protective Clothing has been updated to include approximately 1,000 chemicals/chemical brands or mixture of chemicals.
The color–coded recommendations now contain 27 representative barrier materials. We believe these barrier listings include a wide range of gloves and suits on the market. To reflect today′s requirements and standards, several sections of the guide have been revised significantly.
This bestselling pocket guide is an essential field source for spill responders, safety professionals, chemists and chemical engineers, industrial hygienists, supervisors, purchase agents, and sales people/users of chemical protective clothing.See all Product description
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on 8 October 2016
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Aimed at busines users, ie Windows users, the Kindle app for Windows was unreadable on a Windows laptop, tablet or desktop. I had to buy an Android tablet to read it, even then it is pretty useless as it isn't searchable. Go print or give it a miss.