COOLING IN A PROTECTIVE SUIT FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY
PROTECT PERSONNEL – SAVE ON PROTECTIVE SUITS Much depends on the success of the use in the protective suit. Above all, the health and operational capability of the wearers of protective suits, such as medical personnel and emergency services. Unfortunately, the material of the suits is quite dense, which quickly leads to heat accumulation. One feels limp and exhausted. Heat collapse and other heat-related health problems can occur. If performance and concentration are reduced, safety is also compromised. Especially when the suit is taken off without concentration, dangerous contamination often occurs, which the suit is supposed to protect against. Furthermore, the time in which one can work in the suit is limited and decreases further due to high temperatures. More breaks are needed, the protective suit must be taken off and a new one put on. The risk of contamination increases with every change. In addition, at high temperatures you need considerably more protective suits. Cooling in a protective suit can increase safety and save on protective suits.
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