Movement of a chemical through porous materials, seams, pinholes or other imperfections in a glove material on a non-molecular level.
Change of appearance of the face material due to movement of one or more components from the adhesive or the labeled surface. Bleed through, migration.
Applies to any movement of adhesive or ink into the surface of the material. May prove necessary to surface coat the material to avoid this.
Visible physical entry of a chemical in liquid form through an opening such as a seam, zipper, or similar area. Not on a molecular level as with permeation. Go to top
Bleed through. Change of appearance of the face material due to movement of one or more components from the adhesive or the substrate.
The flow of a liquid through closures, porous materials, seams and pinholes or other imperfections in a protective clothing material on a nonmolecular level.
The movement of a material through a suit's closures, such as zippers, buttonholes, seams, flaps, or other design features of chemical protective clothing and through punctures, cuts, and tears.