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SB-2-290
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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This manual contains information that Is important for you to
know
and understand. This information relates to USER SAFETY and
PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help you recognize this information, we use the following symbols.
Plano
pay particular
attentiOn to these sections.
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Note
Important safety Information - A haurd
that
may cause serious Injury or loss of
life.
lmportom
lnfonno1lon - - how to
prevent dem- to oqu""'*"·
or how
to
avoid a eftulltion that may caue minor
lnury.
Information that you should pay spe-
cial attention to.
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The
following
hazards
mayoccurdurlnglhe normal useofthlaequlpmant.
PlouereecllltefoiiOwlng
chart
before
ualngthlaoqulpmant.
Fire
Inhaling Toxic
Substances
Explosion Hazard -
Incompatible Materials
~
General Safety
Cumulative Trauma
Disorders ("CTD's"l
CTD's, or musculo-
skeletal disorders,
involve damage
to
the hands,
wrist,
elbows, shoulders,
neck & back. Carpal
tunnalsyndrome &
tendinitis (such as
tennis
elbow
or rotator
cuff syndrome) are
examples of CTO's.
Solvent end
cootlngs con
be
highly flommable
or combustible -'"fly
when sprayed.
During use
end
while cleoning and flushing,
solvent8
con
be
foroefully expallod
from
fluid
and air passages. Some solvents can cause
eye injury.
Certain materials moy be harmful n
inhaled, or
~
there
is contact with
the
skin.
Haloganatod
hydrocarbon solvants -
for
example; mathylene chloride and
1, 1, 1 -
Trichloroethylene
are
not chemically compatible
with
the aluminum
that
might
be used in
many
system
oornponants. The
chemical
reaction
cousod
by
these
solvent8
reacting with
aluminum can become violent and lead to
an
equipment
explosion.
Improper operation or maintenance of equipment.
Use of hand tools may cause
disorders {"CTD's").
trauma
CTD's when ualng hand tools, tend
to
affect
the
upper
extramklas. Factors which msy
increose
the
risk of developing a CTD include:
1. High
flaquency of
the
activity.
2. Excessive force, such as gripping, pinching,
or pressing with
the
hands and
fingers.
3. Extreme or awkward
finger, wrist,
or arm.
positions
4. ExC800ivo duration
of
the
activity.
5.
Tool vibration.
6.
Repeated preeeure on a body
part.
7. Working·in cold temperatures.
CTD's con
also be
caused by such activities
as sewing,
gotf, tennis bowrmg, to name a few.
Adequate- muet be
provldsd
to
ltoap
air free
of
accumulations
of
flommablevopors.
Smoking muet never bo ollowod in the sprey area.
spreyareo.
Weer eye
protection.
Follow the
raqu;,.,._
of
the Moterial
Sefoty
Data Sl*l
supplied by
your
costing
material-""·
Adequate-
must bo
provldsd
to
ltoap
the
air
free
of
accumulations of
toxic moterials.
Use a
maek or
rsopirotor
whenever there Ia a chance
of
Inhaling
sprayed . . . - .
Tho maek
must
bo
cornpotlble with
the
motorial
being
sprayed
end
its
000081 obalioio.
Equlpmam must boos
preecribod by
on
Industrial
hygienist
or
aafety
expert,
end be
NIOSH
approved.
Guns with
Sblinlea
stoellntemlil
pasaageways moy bo
used
with these
sofvants,
However,
aluminum
Ia
widely
used i n -
sprey
application equipment- such
os material pumps, reguletore,
valves and
cupa. Check
all oqulpmam items before uee
end
make
sure
they
con
also be
used safely with
these
solvenbo. Reed
the_, or date
st.!
for the
moterial
you
intand to
11111' 1 ' ( · ff In
doubt as to whather or
not
a costing or
cleonlng
material
IS
compatible, contoct your
material
supplier.
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