Over the years, I've encountered countless casting folks who never
knew about the danger inherent in the quench step. Many assume that
the dust they see in handling the powder is the most dangerous. I've
even heard "I hold my breath" What?
I've posted on this topic before and find that it draws little or no
Thanks Veronica for your input.
Masks and safety glasses. Don't fail to use them and have huge
regrets later, when the damage in either case is irreversible.
Silicosis provides a slow, painful death. Blindness happens in an
instant and usually does not kill-happily. Or not!
In our mold rubber manufacturing process, there are no really
dangerous respirable ingredients, however, nobody enters or works in
our factory without masks and safety glasses.
Zero-D Products, Inc.