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Member Webinar: Cleaning Die Safely

Chemically removing aluminum from the extrusion tooling is a harsh and dirty process within the production cycle. The first priority of management has to be the safety of employees. Most of the industry has recognized the necessity of requiring personal protective equipment (PPE) and training to lower the risk of accidental chemical burns. Currently, systems are available for a more safe and effective way to reduce chemical exposure to personnel. Join us for this webinar to learn more!

3/29/2017
When: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
1:30 PM
Where: United States
Presenter: David Turnipseed
Contact: Lisse Jurcenko

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Chemically removing aluminum from the extrusion tooling is a harsh and dirty process within the production cycle. If the process is operated as most conventional systems are, it exposes personnel to hazards that can be detrimental to their health and well being. Aggressive caustic chemicals are used to attack and eat away the aluminum as fast as possible and by their nature can react the same to the human body and leave permanent damage to skin, eyes, and the respiratory system.

 

The first priority of management has to be the safety of employees who are expected to operate these processes. Most of the industry has recognized the necessity of requiring personal protective equipment (PPE) and training to lower the risk of accidental chemical burns. However, a more safe and proactive approach is the reduction of chemical exposure to the personnel by designing the system so chemicals are not in direct proximity to the personnel during the handling and etching process. Currently systems are available for a more safe and efficient way to complete this task.

 

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