ISO/TS 16976-3:2011
Respiratory protective devices — Human factors — Part 3: Physiological responses and limitations of oxygen and limitations of carbon dioxide in the breathing environment
Reference number
ISO/TS 16976-3:2011
Edición 1
2011-08
Retirada
ISO/TS 16976-3:2011
46005
Retirada (Edición 1, 2011)

Resumen

ISO/TS 16976-3:2011 gives:

  • a description of the factors contributing to the present content of the Earth's atmosphere;
  • a description of the physiology of human respiration;
  • a survey of the current biomedical literature on the effects of carbon dioxide and oxygen on human physiology;
  • examples of environmental circumstances where the partial pressure of oxygen or carbon dioxide can vary from that found at sea level.

ISO/TS 16976-3:2011 identifies oxygen and carbon dioxide concentration limit values and the length of time within which they would not be expected to impose physiological distress.

To adequately illustrate the effects on human physiology, ISO/TS 16976-3:2011 addresses both high altitude exposures where low partial pressures are encountered, and underwater diving, which involves conditions with high partial pressures. The use of respirators and various work rates during which RPD can be worn are also included.

Informaciones generales

  •  : Retirada
     : 2011-08
    : Retirada de la Norma Internacional [95.99]
  •  : 1
     : 23
  • ISO/TC 94/SC 15
    13.340.30 
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