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Chromate in Screen Emulsion


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From: Wayne Pferdehirt (pferdehi@epd.engr.wisc.edu)
Date: Thu Apr 01 1999 - 09:56:31 CST


I am forwarding this question to the Printech listserv from the ChemAlliance
listserv. Any ideas we can pass along re. reduction or control of the
chromate? Post responses to Printech and I will forward for posting to
ChemAlliance.
-Wayne

> >From: mmachinski@bercen.com [mailto:mmachinski@bercen.com]
> >Sent: Thursday, April 01, 1999 9:02 AM
> >To: ChemAlliance Regulatory Discussion List
> >Subject: [chemalliance] Chromate
> >
> >
> >I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me out. We have a
> >division of
> >our company that makes screens for another division of our company that
> >does the printing. The division that makes the screens is having a
> >problem with high chromium numbers. This is being caused by washing the
> >emulsions of off the screen so that they can be reused. The
> >chromium(actually chromate) is coming from the emulsion on the screens.
> >Does anyone have any suggestions in eliminating this problem. We know
> >would could precipitate it out with SO2, but we were wondering if there
> >was another way, other rhan chemical treatment. Thank you very much.
> >
> >Mike

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Wayne P. Pferdehirt, P.E., AICP
Director, Master of Engineering in Professional Practice Program
Specialist, Solid & Hazardous Waste Education Center
University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension
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