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However, the collection media are different in that they adsorb contaminants rather than filter them. There are many different adsorbents, ranging from carbon to materials specially prepared for specific compounds; the particular adsorbent used will depend on the compound to be sampled. The adsorbent is packed in tubes and the sample flow rates tend to be between 20 and 200 cm 3 min -1 . Diffusive sampling relies on the natural process of diffusion for the collection of contaminants. Diffusive samplers are precisely engineered so as to ensure uniform collection.
Again, making and breaking the couplings are the most hazardous operations and their engineering integrity should be very high. Purging of the coupling pipework before removal is the usual practice. Sampling Small solid samples are often taken from: 9 raw material containers, to check the quality of the material against the identification on the container and the supplier's documentation accompanying it; 9 the separator and/or dryer, to check for residual solvent; 9 one or more of the final product container(s).
Are the flexible connectors in good condition? are the connections leak-tight? are the ducts blocked? are the worn gloves replaced? are the gauges regularly calibrated? , can have a dramatic effect on the degree of protection obtained. 98 x 1000 100----O Thus the failure to wear the respirator for just 2% of the time has produced an increase of 20-fold in the dose received and reduced the respirator's effective protection factor from 1000 to a little under 48. Observations and discussionswith personnel Some of the information that must be established when assessing the need for exposure controls can be obtained through direct observations and discussions with site personnel.