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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

True or false: Despite their higher cost, polysiloxanes and fluorourethanes are sometimes specified for water tank exteriors.

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High pressure, supplied-air respirators used for abrasive blasting normally have an Assigned Protection Factor of 25. What does this NIOSH rating mean?

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