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16

Aug

The Dangers of Butyl Cellosolve

Butyl Cellosolve (CAS #111-76-2 also known as Butyl Cellusolve, Butoxyethanol and Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether) is a toxic agent used in many industrial and domestic cleaners – many of which claim to be non-hazardous. It is absorbed through the skin and lungs causing a variety of health issues depending on the level of exposure.

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14

Aug

Improved Parts Cleaning Results & Worker Health with Lower Costs | Large Mining Company

With the help of Envirofluid, this mining company identified and mitigated a major health risk while reducing costs and improving cleaning results. In line with emerging national WHS standards it achieved this result at the top of the risk control hierarchy by substituting dangerous products with safe ones thus removing the threats entirely.

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8

Aug

Can you get Powerful Cleaning Results Without Using Harmful Chemicals?

Yes! High Tech Surfactant Cleaners Give You Extreme Cleaning Power with no Toxic Effects.
While most cleaning products get the job done, some of their unwanted side effects makes them dangerous for people to use or harmful to the environment.

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7

Aug

Eliminating Acetone Explosion, Fire and Serious Health Risks in Steel Fabrication | Forgacs Tomago Shipyard

Forgacs removed the Acetone health risk and fire hazard by substituting it with purasolve Surface Prep which, despite being safer, produced better results with far less product used. Overall this occurred at a cost saving to Forgacs.

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29

Jul

Bombardier De-Icing Rubber Boot Glue Removal | Comparing Purasolve Surface Prep & Toluene

PURASOLVE SURFACE PREP AFTER 30 MINUTES DWELL TIME = The glue can be removed easily by hand or with a wetted rag without the need for the PPE and handling, storage and disposal costs that are required when using Toluene.

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16

Jul

Managing Chemical Hazards | A Guide for Purchasing

Does your business comply with the WHS Act when it comes to chemicals? Almost every workplace in Australia contains some form of hazardous chemical, and in most cases there are many of them. Whilst some chemical hazards such as solvents or insecticides are easy to identify, others are found in common products such as cleaners, degreasers, disinfectants and other seemingly innocuous items. You have a legal obligation to ensure your business does not use these chemicals when there is a safer alternative.

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