RR900 – Visualisation and control of solder fume exposure: A quantitative assessment of LEV effectiveness

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Colophony or Rosin Based Solder Flux Fume is a known cause of occupational asthma and as such exposure to it should be controlled. An effective method of engineering exposure control is to use local exhaust ventilation (LEV) to extract the fume at source.

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