AQMD Solvent Cleaners Usage Chart – Rule 1122

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Solvent cleaning is necessary for air quality and air pollution work.

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The AQMD Solvent Cleaners Usage Chart – Rule 1122 app charts solvent cleaning work and also provides helpful instructions and regulations. The data sheet records: date, amount of solvent added, discarded, recovered and used, total number of days operating, and the average amount of solvent used each day. A solvent is any non-aqueous organic liquid used to clean and remove soils from surfaces in a degreasing operation. These solvents are principally derived from petroleum distillates, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ketones, and alcohols. They are used alone or in blends to remove water insoluble soils for cleaning purposes and prepare parts for painting, plating, repair, inspection, assembly, heat treatment, or machining. This app helps users make sure they are cleaning materials according to health and safety expectations.

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