Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2010 07:05:54 -0400
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Subject: XploSafe Launches XPell - Ground-Breaking Peroxides Prevention

Information from the company's press release of possible interest to the 
CH&S readership...

XploSafe Launches XPell - Ground-Breaking Peroxides Prevention Product

Stillwater, Ok, July 25, 2010 =E2=80=93 XploSafe LLC today announced the 
launch of XPell, a novel product that indicates and prevents the 
formation of peroxides in organic solvents. XPell takes away the need 
for periodic testing and disposal of peroxide forming solvents and 
Improved laboratory safety and prevention of peroxide related 
Increased efficiency by increasing the usable life of solvents

XPell is inert to the solvents and is a simple, effective and 
inexpensive solution for university chemistry labs, analytical labs, 
pharmaceutical labs, manufacturers, smaller chemistry labs and hazardous 
waste disposal companies. It is an inorganic material that is insoluble 
in organic solvents and therefore causes no contamination. The pellets 
are dark blue and will change to yellow or white when exhausted so there 
is always a clear indication of solvent safety. If pellets do change 
color due to solvent autoxidation, the addition of more XPell will 
return the solvent to a safe condition.

XPell is available in a convenient bottle containing 80 grams 
(sufficient for treating up to 8 L of solvent) for $45.00/bottle. For 
more information visit

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