Re: Blueline chemicals

Subject: Re: Blueline chemicals
From: timmerman <timmerma -at- IPDLINK -dot- IPD -dot- ANL -dot- GOV>
Date: Fri, 14 Jun 1996 11:28:07 CST

The oder you smell is ammonia (as in house hold ammonia bleach). As
far as its toxicity, it is. Will it harm you at the level present when
you are looking at the prints, I don't know. The people that make
these prints work at these jobs for years and show no evidence of
physical harm. What I learned at one of the places I worked is that if
you can smell it, it's killing brain cells. So, how many extra brain
cells do you have that you can afford to kill? It's just like anything
taken in excess (even drinking water), its bad for you.

Don Timmerman
Technical Writer
Argonne National Laboratory


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Subject: Blueline chemicals
Author: Elsa Kapitan-White <kapitan-white -at- SUGAR-LAND -dot- OILFIELD -dot- SLB -dot- COM> at
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Date: 6/14/96 10:56 AM


As I check over another set of blueline proofs, the distinctive, pungent
odor makes me wonder how toxic the outgases are that I'm inhaling -- anyone
know?

Elsa Kapitan-White
Schlumberger Oilfield Marketing Services
225 Schlumberger Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478
(713)275-7563, fax -8545

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