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[quote] On 2010-03-30 00:18, Darkwing wrote: Ok, Ted here we go and you are probably not going to like what I say and probably not going to listen either. First you have to get the proper permits and licenses in order to purchase and handle hazardous chemicals and material. You must maintain MSDS sheets on all materials used. To manufacture the end product you have to have the proper equipment to handle the chemicals and have to be trained to handle the media safely. You have to document the purchase and the proper deposal of the left over material. Everything has to be traceable. You have to be in compliance with the local and state firemarshall's office, EPA, OSHA and local, state and federal laws. You have to have emergency management procedures in place. My full time job is selling valves, hazardous gas monitors, explosion proof sensors and instrumentation to chemical and power plants. My customers have state of the art equipment to handle very dangerous chemicals daily and they have accidents. I had an associate in another part of the country that had a seal to fail on a fire safe valve on a hydraulic line (the seal had not been properly maintained). The line sprayed hydraulic fluid at 1500 psi and then ignited causing a flash fire and then in turn caused a flammable liquid to ignite killing one worker instantly and injuring three others. Look at YouTube when a guy goes to a gas station to fill up and by accident causes his car to burst into flames because the static electricity discharged from his hand. [/quote]
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