|ID (ISN) del documento||59651|
|ISSN - Título de la serie
||0025-7818 - Medicina del lavoro
|Número de serie
||Perbellini L., Soave C., Cerpelloni M.
||Solvent exposure in shoe factories
||L'inquinamento da solventi nei calzaturifici [en italiano]|
||Mar.-Apr. 1992, Vol.83, No.2, p.115-119. 11 ref.
||In order to study solvent exposure in shoe factories, 43 kinds of glues and 22 solvent products used in footwear manufacturing were analysed. A gas chromatographic spectrometric method was used to identify the mixtures of solvents contained in glues and their diluents. Acetone, ethylacetate and cyclohexane were the solvents more frequently found in glues. Cyclohexane represented on average about 40% of the solvent mixture. Methyl ethyl ketone, 3-methylpentane and 2-methylpentane were often present in glues (45-52% of the samples), but only in a few cases were they associated with n-hexane. N-hexane and methylcyclopentane were found in 32% of the glue samples. N-hexane represented 47% of the solvents only in one glue. Most of the glues contained less than 10% n-hexane. Other solvents (dichloropropane, toluene, trichloroethane, butyl acetate, iso-butyl acetate and 2,2-dimethylbutane) were found in few glue samples or in low percentages. The 22 solvents used as glue diluents were mainly acetone, ethylacetate, dichloromethane and methyl ethyl ketone. Results suggest that solvent exposure in shoe factories has changed relative to 10 years ago. Biological monitoring of shoe factory workers should measure exposures to the specific solvents found in each factory, especially acetone, cyclohexane, ethylacetate and methyl ethyl ketone.
||adhesivos; industria del calzado; valoración de la exposición; disolventes orgánicos
||diclorometano; acetona; acetato de etilo; hexano; cromatografía en fase gaseosa; metil-3 pentano; metilciclopentano; ciclohexano; metil-2 pentano
|Tipo de documento
||D - Artículos periódicos
|País / Estado o Provincia||Italia|
||Cueros y pieles, calzados
|Broad subject area(s)
|Navegación por categoria(s)
||Footwear, leather and fur industry