January 26, 2007, Newsletter Issue #49: Designed for safety

Tip of the Week

Suit design deals with how a chemical suit is put together. Seams are an important aspect of suit design. Two pieces of material can be joined by stitching or welding. The stitching process can create pin holes that may allow penetration of chemicals. Welded seams involve cementing or welding tape over the stitched seam. The welded seam offers a higher level of protection against exposure to contaminants.

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