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  • The Hazards of Hexavalent Chromium Fumes
    Hexavalent chromium, a volatized and oxidized form of chromium, has been identified as a carcinogen. OSHA has subsequently established stringent regulations for workers who are potentially exposed to it in the general, construction, shipyard, and marine terminal industries.
  • Hexavalent Chromium Welding Fume Control
    This particular study was designed to evaluate the effectiveness of the Sentry Air Systems welding fume extractor (Model 300-WFE) when employed to collect fume created by inert-gas welding on 316 stainless steel. The specific purpose of the study was to monitor hexavalent chromium (Cr+6), a human
  • Evaluation for Alternatives to Hexavalent Chromium Sealants
    Polysulfide sealants containing soluble hexavalent chromium compounds are currently being used in a variety of applications in aerospace / defense manufacturing. The applications mostly involve the filling of gaps and recesses to prevent water intrusion and collection in an attempt to prevent
  • Hexavalent Chromium Cr(VI) - OSHA Regulation Update
    OSHA, in February, 2007, published the revised standard for Hexavalent Chromium
  • An Overview of Non-hexavalent Chromium Conversion Coatings for
    An Overview of Non-hexavalent Chromium Conversion Coatings for Aluminum and its Alloys.
  • Keep workers safe from hexavalent chromium
    OSHA requires proper ventilation to protect workers from hexavalent chromium fumes.
  • Micro Air - New OSHA Hexavalent Chromium Standard
    Micro Air Clean Air Systems sent a news alert on March 1 to their distributors announcing the new OSHA ruling regarding Hexavalent Chromium. The long-awaited ruling was announced on February 28 in the Federal Register.
  • Fume Collection Solutions for Hexavalent Chromium Exposure
    Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI) compounds are used as corrosion inhibitors and present an occupational hazard to workers that weld, cut or grind chromium-containing metals such as stainless steel. Particles of hexavalent chromium can be in mists, dust or fumes. Mists can come from using molten metal

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