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The speed at which air is drawn into a fume hood is of great importance for the safe and effective operation of a fume hood. A speed that is too high or too low can compromise the performance of the fume hood, leaving those near the hood in danger. So why does this airspeed matter? What is so significant about the face velocity measurement of a fume hood? What is a Fume Hood Face? If we are going ...
Health concerns and issues due to formaldehyde are increasing due to its wide use in building materials and household products Agencies such as the EPA and the National Cancer Institute are stating ...
The IAQ Video Network and Cochrane & Associates announced the release of their latest educational video today. Their newest production discusses ethylene glycol and potential exposure risks in the workplace. “Ethylene glycol is used to ...
Identifying and Mitigating Occupational Exposure Risks to Sodium Hydroxide and Other Industrial Chemicals
Protecting Firefighters and Fire Damage Cleanup Crews in Puerto Rico from Exposure Risks to Hazardous Materials
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Hospitals, hospices, medical clinics, veterinarians, etc., routinely dump contagious pathogens into the sewers and drains daily. Now, after decades of doing so, many of these dangerous pathogens are not only living, but thriving and multiplying in the sewer pipes and manholes where your team works. The newest medical studies have caused a significant increase in the level of concern by the CDC, ...