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Replace Banned Trichloroethylene

Replace Banned Trichloroethylene

Trichloroethylene is banned by the EU and will not be available after 21 April 2016. Are you still using trichloroethylene for vapour degreasing? The final EU “Sunset Date” is on 21 April 2016 when use of this solvent will be illegal without specific authorisation and...
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Cleaning For Oxygen Service Whitepaper

Cleaning For Oxygen Service White Paper By Phil Dale (Co-contributor Handbook for Critical Cleaning – Liquid Displacement Drying Techniques). Cleaning for oxygen service is best defined as the removal of combustible contaminants from the surface of any equipment...
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New study disputes TLV for nPB

A detailed comprehensive review of 1-bromopropane studies confirm current recommendations by EnviroTech for occupational exposure levels for safe usage of EnSolv® as a vapour degreasing solvent. view/ download this document in Adobe Acrobat Format Update on a safe...
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ACGIH Threshold For N-Propyl Bromide Solvents

What You Should Know About The ACGIH’s Threshold For nPB Solvents If you work with industrial chemicals, materials or solvents then you may have heard of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH). The ACGIH is a scientific, but...