Category: Industrial Hygiene

Control of Hydrochloric Acid Vapors in a Lab Setting

Industrial Hygiene Report Date of test: September, 24 2012 BACKGROUND: Hydrochloric acid, an inorganic acid, is formed from a reaction between water and hydrogen chloride. This reaction produces a strong, mineral acid whose usage in industrial application is ubiquitous. Large scale manufacturing of PVC, polyurethane and many other materials use hydrochloric acid as an ingredient or… Read more »