The following is an overview of the exposure control and personal protection of the chemical products produced by the n-vinyl caprolactam producer:
First of all, the contact control of n-vinyl caprolactam:
1. Allowable concentration
Maximum allowable concentration: There are no known national exposure limits.
2, exposure control
Proper technical control: Operate according to good industrial hygiene and safety regulations. Wash your hands before breaks and at the end of work.
Let's talk about what to do in terms of personal protective equipment when using n-vinyl caprolactam:
1, eye / face protection
For masks and safety glasses, use eye protection from equipment that has been tested and approved by official standards such as NIOSH (US) or EN 166 (EU).
2, skin protection
Wear gloves to take n-vinyl caprolactam products
Gloves must be inspected before use.
Use a suitable method to remove the gloves (do not touch the outer surface of the glove) and avoid contact with any part of the skin.
After use, please use contaminated gloves in accordance with relevant laws and regulations and effective laboratory procedures. Please wash and dry your hands.
The selected protective gloves must comply with EU Directive 89/686/EEC and the EN 376 standard derived from it.
3, body protection
A full range of chemical resistant overalls, the type of protective equipment must be selected based on the concentration and amount of hazardous materials in a particular workplace.
4, respiratory protection
If the hazard assessment indicates that a gas mask is required for air purification, use a full-face multi-function particle respirator N100 (US) or P3 (EN143) gas mask cartridge as an alternative to engineering control. If the gas mask is the only way to protect, use a full-faced air mask.
Respirators use respirators and parts that have been tested and approved by government standards such as NIOSH (US) or CEN (EU).
In summary, there are some protections to be aware of when using n-vinyl caprolactam products.