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Standard tests for the vibration transmissibility of gloves

Standard tests for the vibration transmissibility of gloves

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Published by HSE Books in Sudbury .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by G S Paddan and M. J. Griffith (Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton).
SeriesContract research report -- 249
ContributionsPaddan, G. S., Griffin, M. J., Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18340972M
ISBN 10071761719X

buy din en iso e: mechanical vibration and shock - hand-arm vibration - measurement and evaluation of the vibration transmissibility of gloves at the palm of . The standard test only measures the transmissibility in a single direction, which is inconsistent with the HTV risk assessment method defined in ISO (). As shown in Fig. 1, the AV glove is generally most effective along the forearm or z direction adopted in the standard test (McDowell et al., b).

An inexpensive test system was developed for conducting vibration tests on vibration attenuating gloves using ISO Standard Mechanical Vibration and Shock - Hand-Arm Vibration - Method for the Measurement and Evaluation of the Vibration Transmissibility of Gloves at the Palm of the Hand. A small electromechanical shaker. Standard Number: BS EN ISO +A Title: Mechanical vibration and shock. Hand-arm vibration. Measurement and evaluation of the vibration transmissibility of gloves at the palm of the hand: Status: Current, Work in hand: Publication Date: 31 July Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard).

  ANSI/ASA S, Mechanical Vibration and Shock – Hand-Arm Vibration – Methods for the Measurement and Evaluation of the Vibration Transmissibility of Gloves at the Palm ASTM D, Standard Guide for Abrasion Resistance of Textile Fabrics (Rotary Platform, Double-Head Method) ASTM D, Standard Test Method for Coated Fabrics Abrasion.   The ISO standard also specifies the maximum thickness of the material in the palm of an anti-vibration glove and also at the fingers, although the transmissibility of the glove is only tested at the palm.


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Standard tests for the vibration transmissibility of gloves Download PDF EPUB FB2

While the standard glove test is primarily intended to screen gloves (ISO, ), the tool-specific vibration isolation performances of gloves have to be determined using other ively, the vibration transmissibility of a glove can be measured during tool operations at Cited by: This International Standard specifies a method for the laboratory measurement, data analysis, and reporting of the vibration transmissibility of gloves with vibration-reducing material that covers the palm, fingers, and thumb.

This standard specifies vibration transmissibility as vibration transmitted from a handle through a glove to the palm in one-third octave frequency bands with center.

For gloves to be marketed as ‘anti-vibration’ they must meet the vibration transmissibility criteria described in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard (). Several issues exist with respect to the methodology used for glove testing as well as the requirements for glove design and composition in ISO Cited by: 2.

The basic setup of this test involves a person wearing a glove gripping a vibrating handle with load cells to gauge the transmissibility of the vibrations through the glove. An "anti-vibration. tests of the vibration transmissibility of gloves according to International Standard ISO Gloves that achieve the vibration attenuation criteria specified in ISO comply with the Personal Protective Equipment EC Directive 89/ and may be marketed as an ‘anti-vibration’ glove in Europe with the ‘CE’ mark.

Test requirements. The current international standard that should be applied to a glove before it can be marketed as an anti-vibration glove is ISO [].The test described in this standard involves applying a defined signal to a vibrating handle and then measuring how much of that vibration is transmitted through the glove to the palm of the wearer.

CRR / Standard tests for the vibration transmissibility of gloves Author: HSE, Institute of sound and vibration research, university of southampton Subject: Standard tests for the vibration transmissibility of gloves Keywords: CRR /, standard tests, vibration transmissibility, gloves Created Date: Thu Sep 07   The 1-D vibration test system used in this study is the same as that used in many of our previous glove and biodynamic studies, which meets the requirements of the standard glove test.

The vibration excitation defined in the glove test standard was extended at the low-frequency end of the constant velocity spectrum from 25 to Hz. measurement method. In this procedure the vibration transmissibility (VT) from the vibrating handle to the hand is measured in two steps.

Firstly, the transmissibility is measured with the bare hand and then subsequently with the glove on the hand. The ratio of VT of these two tests shows the level of vibration attenuation for the glove.

Details of glove and tests No standard exists for estimating the protection afforded by anti-vibration gloves when using vibrating machinery. Most international experts agree that the actual performance is dependent To assess the transmissibility of an anti-vibration glove, it is important to measure the vibration.

simultaneously. ISO specifies a method for the laboratory measurement, data analysis, and reporting of the vibration transmissibility of a glove with a vibration-reducing material that covers the palm, fingers, and thumb of the hand.

For gloves to be marketed as 'anti-vibration' they must meet the vibration transmissibility criteria described in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard (). Therefore, the vibration transmissibility of the glove, the ratio of the vibration at the glove-hand interface to the handle vibration, is typically used as a measure of the glove effectiveness.

Based on this measure, the International Organization of Standardization has set forth a standard for glove testing [3]. mechanical vibration and shock - hand-arm vibration - method for measuring the vibration transmissibility of resilient materials when loaded by the hand-arm system: din en iso e: human response to vibration - measuring instrumentation: en + a1 protective gloves - general requirements and test methods: iec The document defines a laboratory measuring procedure by means of which values characterizing the vibration transmissibility of gloves can be found.

The measurement conditions are typical for work situations: A test person with a glove grips a vibrating handle and the transmitted vibration is measured on the inner surface of the glove. daily vibration exposure, A(8), expressed in units of m/s2.

3 Assessment of Anti-vibration Glove Performance The current international standard that should be applied to a glove before it can be marketed as an anti-vibration glove Fig.

2 Illustration of x, y and z axes used for testing according to the. mechanical vibration and shock - hand-arm vibration - method for measuring the vibration transmissibility of resilient materials when loaded by the hand-arm system: en + a1 protective gloves - general requirements and test methods: iec electroacoustics - octave-band and fractional-octave band filters: iso   For gloves to be marketed as 'anti-vibration' they must meet the vibration transmissibility criteria described in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard ().

Several issues exist with respect to the methodology used for glove testing as well as the requirements for glove design and composition in ISO This International Standard specifies vibration transmissibility in terms of vibration transmitted from a handle through a glove to the palm of the hand in one-third-octave frequency bands with centre frequencies of 25 Hz to 1 Hz.

The standard is intended to define a screening test for the vibration transmission through gloves. It is recognized that many factors influence the transmission of vibration through gloves.

Therefore the transmissibility value according to this standard is not sufficient to assess the health risk due to vibration. A palm adapter method similar to that recommended in the current ISO standard for anti-vibration glove testing (ISO, ) was used to measure the transmissibility of the glove.Standard Number: BS EN ISO Title: Mechanical vibration and shock.

Hand-arm vibration. Method for the measurement and evaluation of the vibration transmissibility of gloves .Specifies test methods and evaluation criteria for the vibration transmissibility of gloves at the palm of the hand. This joint Standard is identical with and reproduced from ISO