Dermal exposure to dry powder spray paints using PXRF and the method of Dirichlet tesselations.

@article{Roff2004DermalET,
  title={Dermal exposure to dry powder spray paints using PXRF and the method of Dirichlet tesselations.},
  author={Martin Roff and David A Bagon and Helen Chambers and E Martin Dilworth and Nicholas D. Warren},
  journal={The Annals of occupational hygiene},
  year={2004},
  volume={48 3},
  pages={257-65}
}
This paper describes workplace dermal exposure measurements that were carried out by the Health and Safety Laboratory as part of the EU RISKOFDERM project to measure dust contamination. Exposure to dry powder spray paints was measured at five sites on 12 subjects. Twenty-two samples were obtained, of which eight contained triglycidyl isocyanurate (TGIC) and 14 did not. All subjects wore Tyvek whole body oversuits and some wore sampling gloves. These were either analysed in their entirety to… CONTINUE READING
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