From: Suzy Arnette <suzyarnette**At_Symbol_Here**BOISESTATE.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Particulate protection from a milling machine
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2015 12:57:41 -0700
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Good afternoon,

We have a lab that uses their milling machine in the chemical fume hood to protect the researchers from lead particulates in the material they are working on. We are now getting push back from our HVAC folks about this process because they feel the particulates are clogging our heat capture coils.

Do you any of you have similar processes? Have you received push back from HVAC?

Thank you,

Suzy Arnette, PhD
Lab Safety and Design Manager
Radiation Safety Officer
Boise State University
Environmental Health, Safety, and Sustainability
Phone: 208.426.3906

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