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    Hi all,
    I am wondering what is considered safe practice for working in a confined space after dinitrol has been sprayed, i.e. how long after spraying should you stay out of an open cabin? I can't find an msds for av8 online either, any help wih this would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Dinitrol?

    It's now made by Ardrox.

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    The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas!

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    Ok,
    I just thought people would be more familiar with the name dinitrol, it has been rebranded ardrox by chemetall, the parent company. I can't find an msds from ardrox, dinitrol or chemetall.

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    There should be one available where it's used....

    Or contact Chemetall for one [email protected]

    +49 697165 3822




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    Default Re: Dinitrol?

    Have sent an e-mail, but was hoping for a general consensus or maybe some advice from seasoned individuals, I've tried to steer as far clear of it as possible before, but am being asked to work in a non-ventilated area immediately after its been sprayed, I'm not too comfortable with this. Now I know that the heroes will tell me to man-up and get in there and all the usual but I'd rather some considered evaluation, maybe its not a big deal, I'd like to know peoples opinion.

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    Default Re: Dinitrol?

    If I were at work then I could check out the COSHH sheet but I can't access it remotely. Personally I've always managed to avoid the stuff....




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    Default Re: Dinitrol?

    If you can still smell the aerosol carrier tell them to ram it, you don't want respitory problems 20 years down the line. Get yourself a mask from stores, it has to be able to cope with vapour, not particulates. We use organic vapour masks. They have to supply them because its PPE.

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    I've always used this mask. 3M 4000 series.
    Impossible is nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini Aviator View Post


    I've always used this mask. 3M 4000 series.

    Yep, them masks are the best. Because you can put them on upside down over your eyes, and you look like a human fly. Cue lots of merry japery, running around flapping your arms and making buzz noises.
    I come from the land doununder, where the wind blows, and men chunder.
    Can't you hear, can't you hear that thunder,
    You better run, you better take cover.

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