Printech Archive, May, 1999: Re: Use of acetone in reformulated products

Re: Use of acetone in reformulated products

Robert Gifford (gifford@epd.engr.wisc.edu)
Tue, 4 May 1999 18:55:43 -0500

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From: "Marvin Fleischman" <m0flei01@gwise.louisville.edu>

Acetone is not a HAP. It was delisted from SARA313.

<<< "Ravn, Tom" <jtr@serigraph.com> 5/ 4 5:24p >>>
It is delisted as a VOC, but still remains a HAP to my knowledge, so it not
a free lunch. It also is extreamly fast and highly flammable. People usig
it should realize that they may experience insurance issues. Methyl acetate
has also been delisted, but remains a HAP. It may be a better alternative
than acetone.

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