Date: Sun, 22 May 2011 22:22:14 -0400
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From: Peter Zavon <pzavon**At_Symbol_Here**ROCHESTER.RR.COM>
Subject: Re: Traveling With Irritant Smoke Tubes
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I don't have my references in front of me, but I suspect irritant smoke
tubes are forbidden on passenger carrying aircraft because of the 
properties of their "smoke." 

Peter Zavon, CIH
Penfield, NY


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> Subject: [DCHAS-L] Traveling With Irritant Smoke Tubes
> Hi all - please forgive the cross-posting - 
> A question for you:=A0 Has anyone ever traveled with irritant 
> smoke tubes (for respirator fit-testing) on an airline?=A0=A0Can 
> you share your experiences?=A0=A0(I've been purchasing tubes locally)
> Thanks,
> Wendy
> =A0Saving one pet won't change the world, but it will surely 
> change the world for that one pet. 

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