As a special protective uniform, acid proof uniforms must be used in conjunction with other protective equipment, including goggles, gloves, shoes and boots, in order to provide comprehensive protection for workers. The hooks, buckles and other accessories of the acid-proof uniform in use must be replaced in time. Hooks and buckles should be tightly fastened when worn, and joints such as caps, tops, pants, gloves, shoes and boots should be tightly closed to prevent acid penetration. Uniforms with pockets should be tightly closed to prevent the accumulation of acid. Avoid sharps during wearing to prevent mechanical damage.
It is worth noting that breathable acid proof uniforms are not suitable for workplaces that are continuously exposed to chemical acid. If the penetration time of 30% hydrochloric acid and 40% nitric acid after washing is 3 minutes, it is a qualified product, so the protection it provides is Intuitively, it will allow the wearer some time to deal with the clothing contaminated by the acid, so as not to be harmed. Once the protective clothing is contaminated with acid, immediately remove it for cleaning and replace it with another one.
Breathable acid proof uniforms are treated with finishing agents, and their useful life should be appropriately reduced by one grade. Breathable, acid-resistant uniforms are broken, sutures are broken, mildew, brittle, acid has penetrated or lost acid-proof ability; air-permeable, acid-resistant uniforms are damaged, seams open, cracked, swollen, coated Layers fall off and become brittle and should be scrapped in time. The user shall sample the acid proof uniforms whose usage period reaches half of the usage period or storage period of 1 year. The whole batch of products that have been tested for acid resistance should be scrapped in time to ensure that the products are qualified for use.