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What is meant by "Limited use clothing?"

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Limited-use clothing is clothing that is more durable than disposable clothing (like basic white Tyvek coveralls), but is still designed to eventually be disposable. You can wear the product until it is damaged or becomes too contaminated. I've been able to wear the my Tychem limited use coveralls several times without needing to dispose of them.
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I research an ice machine cleaner that contains phosphoric acid and I need to implement engineering controls for safety and use of the product
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and have been advised by them of the following:

Not all gloves and aprons will be resistant to all acids. Please contact your local branch to put you in touch with Technical Support to get chemical compatibility data.

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Phosphoric acid is fairly easy to shield against. Any waterproof chemical-resistant rubber apron would like be effective. I'd recommend reusable nitrile gloves for your hands, and I'd suggest lined gloves if you are working for longer than 30 minutes at a time. Heavy-duty latex gloves could also work.

Just don't forget to also pick up some splash-proof safety goggles - they are even more vital than gloves and aprons.
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We are going to be dipping animal pens in a 3% solution and will be spraying it on farm premises.
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Grainger offers many resources including the safety technical group that is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. central standard time to help with this type of inquiry. Some other resources Grainger.com can offer are on-line compatibility guide resources from manufacturers of chemical resistant clothing and chemical resistant gloves.
Grainger Technical Support can be reached by phone at 1-800-323-0620 please request to speak to a TPS-Safety agent, or find additional valuable resources on line at www.grainger.com
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I would recommend at minimum:
Chemical splash goggles
Face shields
Chemical resistant gloves (I'd suggest reusable nitrile gloves, but heavy-duty latex gloves will also work)
Rubber / Waterproof boots

Keep the area well ventilated. If you can't do so, you will need to wear a full-face respirator with P100 (magenta) cartridges.

Also, if you are using a high-pressure power washer, wearing waterproof coveralls would recommend.
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Please look at Grainger item numbers 3RVY3, 3RVY4, 3RVY5, and 4T428. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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