- Yes, that is good advice. If you are going to use white gas I would request an MSDS and check the flash point. If it is anything like normal gasoline IMessage 1 of 41 , Aug 13, 2011View SourceYes, that is good advice. If you are going to use "white gas" I would request an MSDS and check the flash point. If it is anything like normal gasoline I would not use it. I never use gasoline in my shop or any other enclosed space. I used to clean magazines in the bed of my truck, then got to thinking if someone walked up with a cigarette I could lose the truck. Now I am building a wood rack to support the magazines for cleaning. If it catches fire it will be a small loss.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, "Anthony Archer" <tonyaaa@...> wrote:
> Be really careful with white gas, the vapors
> are heavier than air and will ignite if exposed
> to a flame such as the pilot light on a water
> If you do use it, make sure the area is well
> ventilated to the outside and there is nothing
> around that will fire it off. An arc from a
> light switch can do it, as can a static spark
> from walking on a carpet.
- Well you know how it goes with products imported from Chna. . . . ;)Message 41 of 41 , Aug 20, 2011View SourceWell you know how it goes with products imported from Chna. . . . ;)
From: Gerald Lange <Bieler@...>;
Subject: [PPLetterpress] Re: Need a new solvent ASAP!
Sent: Sat, Aug 20, 2011 7:47:39 AM
There seem to be a number of these off brand "green" solvents slipping past the censors. No ingredients listing, no MSDS supplied. Available in stores and on line. Very strange considering the strict regulations imposed on known manufacturers.
--- In PPLetterpress@yahoogroups.com, sylvia chevrier <sylviachevrier@...> wrote:
> I checked on the bottle I have and there is no ingredient list. There
> is an 800 number to call for "technical assistance". Early next week
> when I have some free time I'm going to call, because now I'm
> curious. I'll let you know if I find out anything worthwhile.
> Whatever is in it, this product has really made clean up alot easier for me.
> >I contacted Christine's Graphic Supplies to ask about Genie's Safe N
> >Easy and obtain it's MSDS. Don't know what I was expecting since it
> >claims to have no harsh toxins there was nothing listed on the sheet
> >regarding "ingredients". I was just curious what it's made of. I was
> >also told it's "super concentrated". Now like with California Wash,
> >which some people use out of the can but is recommended to be mixed
> >with water...why is that not a bad idea? Wouldn't I want to keep
> >water-soluble solvents away from a press? Though I guess if applied
> >carefully it only should touch the rollers...
> >Dan Selzer