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  • Welding stainless steel produces hexavalent chromium
    Welding stainless steel produces hexavalent chromium 14 July 2017

    Welding of stainless steel is a common process, which has increasing raised concerns for the working environment. Chromium is next to nickel one of the basic alloy element of all groups of stainless steels. During the welding process, chromium is converted to its hexavalent state, Chromium (VI).

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  • Welding fume; what is it and what damage may be caused by it?
    Welding fume; what is it and what damage may be caused by it? 23 May 2017

    Welding, glittering sparks and graceful curling fume are inseparable. It's almost a romantic image, with hard-working welders in the middle. However, the romance evaporates quickly if you understand what welding fumes are and what its composition may be.

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