Re: [PPLetterpress] Re: Polymer toxicity?
>It is good to know that no other manufacturerI suspect that no manufacturer _doesn't_ make a mention of toxicity.
>makes any mention of toxicity.
If they didn't, they would be very vulnerable to lawsuits related to
a random allergic reaction. This information isn't printed on the
back of each plate, of course, but on MSDSs. I don't have time to
quote any of the MSDSs I have laying around--electrician's about to
pull my plug--but you might check yours to see if it lists "Health
Hazard Data." Mine targets "acrylate sensitive persons"...?
Your plates may be manufactured differently than the ones we're
talking about on the list. If you have a fax machine, request an MSDS
for the plate you're using for information on its toxicity. If you
develop a bad reaction because of contact with polymer plates,
ignorance is no defense.
- Harold wrote:
> request an MSDS> for the plate you're using for information on its toxicity.Thanks Harold.