Shanghai Sunland Industrial Co., Ltd is the top manufacturer of Personal Protect Equipment in China, with 20 years’experience. We are the Chinese government appointed manufacturer for government power,personal protection equipment , medical instruments,construction industry, etc. All the products get the CE, ANSI and related Industry Certificates. All our safety helmets use the top-quality raw material without any recycling material.
mask with eye shield
We provide exclusive customization of the products logo, using advanced printing technology and technology, not suitable for fading, solid and firm, scratch-proof and anti-smashing, and suitable for various scenes such as construction, mining, warehouse, inspection, etc. Our goal is to satisfy your needs. Demand, do your best.
Professional team work and production line which can make nice quality in short time.
The professional team provides 24 * 7 after-sales service for you, which can help you solve any problems
Address：No. 3888, Hutai Road, Baoshan District, Shanghai, China
Testing apparatus. An instrumented manikin testing system was used to study the ,protective, performance against hot ,liquid, (water) spray, as shown in Fig. 1.The instrumented mannequin with size of 40R (as shown in Fig. 1a) was made from fibreglass and resin and was equipped with 110 skin simulant sensors, which were uniformly distributed over the surface of the mannequin (Mah and Song, 2010).
Clothing, for ,protection, against ,liquid, chemicals. Determination of the resistance ,of protective clothing, materials to penetration by liquids under pressure BS ISO 13994:1998 ,Clothing, for ,protection, against ,liquid, chemicals.
†Bold type indicates a change from or an addition to what is published in the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards, June 1997 Edition.Recommended ,protective clothing, barriers *. Butyl = Butyl Rubber (Gloves, Suits, Boots) Natural = Natural Rubber (Gloves) Neoprene = Neoprene Rubber (Gloves, Suits, Boots) Nitrile = Nitrile Rubber (Gloves, Suits, Boots) PE = Polyethylene (Gloves, Suits ...
the basis of thermal insulation and the ,permeability index, (i m) for the fabric or for the ensemble. The ,permeability index, is measured on a “sweating, hot plate”18) or with a sweating, thermal manikin19, 20) and expresses the fraction of evaporation that takes place with the sample compared with evaporation through the air layer only.
in both NFPA 1992: “Standard on ,Liquid, Splash-,Protective, Ensembles and ,Protective Clothing, for Hazardous Materials Emergencies” (2005 Edition). Description of Test - ASTM F903: “Standard Test Method for Resistance ,of Protective Clothing, Materials to Penetration by Liquids.” A ,protective, fabric swatch is placed into a test cell.
These parameters reveal the thermal response ,of protective clothing, during the cooling period of the garment where heat transfer is influenced by the garment/fabric properties and/or the ,liquid, flow. In addition, a predictive stored energy model and a burn evaluation model were proposed in order to determine the minimum exposure time for prediction of second degree burn in the cooling period.
This document specifies the minimum requirements for limited use and re-useable limited performance chemical ,protective clothing,. Limited performance chemical ,protective clothing, is intended for use in cases of a potential exposure to a light spray, ,liquid, aerosols or low pressure, low volume splashes, against which a complete ,liquid, permeation barrier (at the molecular level) is not required.
Whether the small-scale fabric test can be employed to characterize the thermal ,protection of protective clothing, against hot ,liquid, splash is still unclear, which initiates this study. In this work, the ,protective, performance of full-scale garment exposed to hot ,liquid, spray was investigated using a newly developed hot ,liquid, manikin system ( Lu et al. , 2013c ).
Abstract Using the trace gas diffusion method, the vapour resistance of three ,clothing, ensembles (two permeable and one impermeable) was determined for four subjects, sitting, standing or walking at 0-3 and 09 m/s, combined with three wind speeds of <0-15, 0-7 and 41 m/s. Sitting increased vapour resistance by 12-36%, whereas walking and wind decreased the resistance by 72% and 89% when ...
1/8/2006, · Thereby, the ,clothing, insulation and ,permeability index,, along with ‘pump coefficients’, which incorporates the effects of drape, fit, weight and material stiffness, are necessary and offer adequate information for the design and assessment of the effects of ,clothing, …