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Beyond electrical heat tracing: safety showers update

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4 Author(s)
Mohla, D. ; Dow Chem. Co., Sugar Land, TX, USA ; Rafferty, N.R. ; Tomas, F. ; Baen, P.

Since their introduction to industry, safety showers and eyewash stations have required winterization to ensure operation during subfreezing ambient conditions. However, a move to provide tempered water for chemical burn victims will have significant implications for present electrical heat tracing practices on safety shower applications.

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Petroleum and Chemical Industry Conference, 2002. Industry Applications Society 49th Annual

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23-25 Sept. 2002

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