Glutaraldehyde DETECTION BADGES
– GLUTARALDEHYDE CHEMICAL DETECTION DEVICES
DETECT GLUTARALDEHYDE ON THE JOB SITE
Glutaraldehyde is a colorless liquid with an irritating odor. It has an odor threshold in the ppb level. Glutaraldehyde is used extensively in the medical field as a disinfectant for cold sterilization. Symptoms of exposure may include burning sensation, headache, coughing, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting.
ChromAir Glutaraldehyde badges are simple, cost-effective, industry-proven solutions for glutaraldehyde detection in the workplace. They use colorimetric technology (i.e. color change) to provide immediate indication when glutaraldehyde vapor is present. No need for lab analysis or electronic reader.
– PRODUCT DETAILS
ChromAir Glutaraldehyde Badge (Part#: 380017)
ChromAir Glutaraldehyde badges provide an immediate visual indication of exposure to glutaraldehyde. When exposed to glutaraldehyde, a color change forms starting from the bottom cell, and then moving up each cell to the top cell. The highest cell with a color change indicates exposure dose level. ChromAir Glutaraldehyde badges are a simple, cost-effective solution for glutaraldehyde detection in the workplace.
Click here for operating instructions for ChromAir Glutaraldehyde detector badges.
An employee wears badge near their breathing zone
Hang badge for area monitoring
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– Frequently Asked Questions –
Where is glutaraldehyde used?
Glutaraldehyde is used extensively in the medical field. It is used in hospitals for cold sterilization of medical supplies and instruments. Glutaraldehyde is also used as a disinfectant in urology, endoscopy and dental departments.
What are the health effects of glutaraldehyde exposure?
Symptoms of exposure may include burning sensation, headache, coughing, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting.
What are the exposure limits for glutaraldehyde?
NIOSH STEL for glutaraldehyde is 0.2 ppm.
How does a glutaraldehyde badge change color?
A color-forming reaction occurs when glutaraldehyde reacts with the proprietary indicator layer in the ChromAir glutaraldehyde detector badge.
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