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In general, permeation testing involves exposing one side of a glove material to the particular chemical of interest and noting both the breakthrough time (the time at which the chemical can be detected on the opposite side of the material) and the permeation rate (the rate at which the chemical passes through the material). Hours or minutes are the designated units for breakthrough time. The permeation rate is expressed as the mass of the permeated chemical per area of glove material per unit time (μg/cm2-min.).
Permeation tests are generally conducted a maximum of eight hours. If no breakthrough time is observed, the reported breakthrough time is greater than 480 minutes. Table 1 summarizes mean breakthrough time and permeation rate for SKYDROL LD-4 tested against six specific gloves. All tests were performed in triplicate. The results reported for the 4H glove were provided by Ansell Edmont.
The results reported for the MAPA LF-128 glove were provided by MAPA Professional. They conducted the testing using the ASTM F739 method
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Skydrol® fire resistant hydraulic fluids may cause intense pain on exposure to the eye and its associated membranes. Despite the pain they may cause, toxicological testing and our experience both indicate that Skydrol fluids do not damage the eye.
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