Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 13:44:24 -0500
Reply-To: Jessica Whiteley <jessica.whiteley**At_Symbol_Here**ESSTECHINC.COM>
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From: Jessica Whiteley <jessica.whiteley**At_Symbol_Here**ESSTECHINC.COM>
Subject: making a room explosion proof
My company, located just outside of Philadelphia, PA is looking to make
a room explosion proof due to a new chemical we are going to be making
that contains ethyl acetate and possibly other similar chemicals.  I was
wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a good contractor to get
this job accomplished.  I appreciate any advice you could give as this
is uncharted territory for me and my company is in a hurry to get this


Thanks in advance for your help,


Jessica Whiteley

Esstech, Inc.

Chemical Engineer/Manager of Regulatory Affairs

610-521-3800 ext. 127


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