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HHE determination report no. HHE-73-195-152, Columbia University, Teachers College, New York City, New York.
Cincinnati, OH: U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, HHE 73-195-152, 1974 Nov; :1-4
Environmental and medical evaluations reveal that the use of a Minolta Electrostatic Copying machine for one hour per day does not produce toxic levels of aliphatic hydrocarbons or ozone (10028156). Use of the machine for longer periods of time could present a health hazard due to the poorly ventilated location of the machine.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Author; HHE-73-195-152; Region-2; Hazard-Unconfirmed; Air-sampling; Toxicity; Environmental-contaminants; Air-quality-control; Printing-equipment; Organic-solvents; Author Keywords: Aliphatic hydrocarbons; petroleum distillate; copier
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