|Ethylene Oxide Gas||NT|
|Hydrogen Chloride Gas||NT|
|Methyl Chloride Gas||NT|
|Grab Tensile Strength MD* ASTM D751 (lbs/N)||49 / 217|
|Grab Tensile Strength CD* ASTM D751 (lbs/N)||38 / 169|
|Tear Resistance Trapezoid Method MD* ASTM D751 (lbs/N)||17.4 / 77|
|Tear Resistance Trapezoid Method CD* ASTM D751 (lbs/N)||10.3 / 45|
|Ball Burst ASTM D3787 (lbs/N)||46 / 204|
*MD - Machine Direction
*CD - Cross Direction
Note: Sources for all chemical test data are independent laboratories. All tests were performed under laboratory conditions and not under actual use conditions. Tests were performed on material samples, not actual garments. All chemicals tested at 95% and 75° F except Sodium Hydroxide, tested at 50%.
Note: These tests were performed in accordance with ASTM standards by independent laboratories. This data is derived from tests performed on material samples only, not finished garments.
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