Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 14:38:14 -0600
Reply-To: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**FGI.NET>
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From: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**FGI.NET>
Subject: Re: Clean room extinguishers
Comments: To: "Harvey, Doug"
In-Reply-To: <4504600800CA7F4F9B644C8F0D54F8890160B80C**At_Symbol_Here**dyn-244-198.ucsd. edu> clean is a clean room after the fire starts?

This seems like a real "duh" to me.

Maybe I'm missing something here, but I'd bet a paycheck that after a fire 
gets going in a clean room, all of the specs are pretty well shot.


At 12:22 PM 11/27/2005, you wrote:
>Currently, our CalIT2 clean room spaces have been designed with "A-B-C"
>dry powder extinguishers only. Given the nature of the work being done
>in these clean rooms it concerns me to have these units as our only
>available option. I am considering putting CO2 type units in the main
>corridor of the clean room space as well. Any thoughts, for or against,
>would be greatly appreciated.
>Hope you are all having a great holiday weekend!
>Douglas Harvey (Chemical Hygiene Officer)
>UCSD-Environment, Health & Safety
>Desk Phone: (858) 822-1579
>Cell Phone: (858) 583-3257
>Email: daharvey**At_Symbol_Here**

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