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Old 06-13-2012, 05:42 PM   #15
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Anybody that tells me I have to be aware, be educated, and to know what I'm doing, and I don't even know them or their expertise, I ignore!

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Why are you here? As stated above, you won't listen to us & since we don't know you we shouldn't listen to you, what does iRV2 have to offer?
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I am a full time Safety Manager and have bees so for 33+years. A couple of facts regarding ozone:

The OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit is 0.1 PPM
The Short Term Exposure Limit (15 min) is 0.3 PPM
Exposure at or above 9 PPM will probably result in Pneumonia.
It does an excellent job of rotting anything containing latex. Rubber seals, gloves, waistbands, tires, bras, etc.

You can read an MSDA here:

http://www.orecozone.net/MSDS-orec-ozone.pdf

Be careful out there.
Thanks John et al in support of the issue.

Yours was a better document with more data. I posted the one I found as I felt it was easier for the average person to understand.
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I also appreciated the info. Thanks !!
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As my Dad used to say, "No good deed goes unpunished."....

As far as delivery of the information, how much more polite can you get??
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the original post was abit condescending. coupled with a 6yr old CARB document written by Gov't tools. ... thread tone set and it was off the tracks.

Then we had posters with practical use experience and even some additional anecdotal info added.

Id say theres something to be learned... but dont treat the members of this forum like insolent children and a good discussion on the topic might blossum.
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the original post was abit condescending. coupled with a 6yr old CARB document written by Gov't tools. ... thread tone set and it was off the tracks.

Then we had posters with practical use experience and even some additional anecdotal info added.

Id say theres something to be learned... but dont treat the members of this forum like insolent children and a good discussion on the topic might blossum.
Again, it was posted with good intention. Sorry you didn't see it that way.

Let's all move on.
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Personally I've been disappointed in the tone of some of the responses to this thread. Seems unusual for iRV2 folks.

Makes one think twice before posting something he may think will be useful to others.
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Again, it was posted with good intention. Sorry you didn't see it that way.

Let's all move on.
didnt say it wasnt
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Personally I've been disappointed in the tone of some of the responses to this thread. Seems unusual for iRV2 folks.

Makes one think twice before posting something he may think will be useful to others.
I agree 100%
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Id say theres something to be learned... but dont treat the members of this forum like insolent children and a good discussion on the topic might blossum.

Now THAT'S condescending.....

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Personally I've been disappointed in the tone of some of the responses to this thread. Seems unusual for iRV2 folks.

Makes one think twice before posting something he may think will be useful to others.
I agree 100 %
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x3 Thx for the info. And we have moved from hotel rooms that they thought the cig smoke was removed from.
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I hear lots of people talk about using ozone to rid their rigs of odors. You should know what you are doing when you use this type of deodorizer.

Be educated before you take it on!

Here is a quick read I found on the dangers of ozone.

http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/indoo...ct_sheet-a.pdf

I don't recommend the inexperienced to mess with ozone!
I am in Restoration and use ozone. We are VERY careful with it's use and applications.

Thanks, DogPatch, for the info.
Much appreciated. :-)
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Hmmmmm, no wonder so many folks who played with Lionel trains as children are screwed up later in life....what is not harmful now a days??????
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