Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2010 15:24:05 -0500
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From: Marjorie Markopoulos <marjorie.markopoulos**At_Symbol_Here**WRIGHT.EDU>
Subject: Laboratory/Chemical Storage Temperature Control

Does anyone have procedures or guidelines for temperature control in
chemistry labs or chemical storage facilities and is willing to share the
plans, i.e. in the event of an HVAC failure?  

Has anyone had an event where the temperature in one of these places that

neared or exceeded 100 deg. F and is willing to share the experience? Or
what you would do in such an event?  

Any thoughts on relying on flammable storage refrigerators for contingenc

Thank you,

Marjorie Markopoulos
EHS Specialist
Wright State University

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