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A. Solvent Cleaning – Solvent is environmentally acceptable, MSDS statement provided
B. Detergent Washing – Mild detergent is used, MSDS statement provided.
C. Dielectric Testing – Procedure is done in accordance with ASTM Standards, Rubber goods are rejected during this step for: 1. Electrical breakdown. 2. Leakage current exceeding maximum limits set forth in ASTM Standards.
D. Drying – Drying is done with circulating warm air.
E. Visual Inspection – Rubber goods are carefully inspected inside and out for age cracking, imperfections in the rubber, minor tears, chemical attack and corona cutting.
F. Stamping – Rubber goods are stamped in ink and the boxes are labeled in accordance with ASTM.
G. Packing – Rubber goods will be packed in cartons. Rejected gloves shall be so marked and returned.
H. Documentation – Written certification of results will be furnished for all tested materials.