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Fire Technology

, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp 350–356 | Cite as

Relative toxicity of gases from polybutylene pipe

  • Carlos J. Hilado
  • Patricia A. Huttlinger
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Abstract

Two samples of polybutylene pipe and a sample of Douglas fir wood were evaluated for the toxicity of gases generated upon exposure to the routine screening test conditions in the Product Safety Corporation toxicity screening program.

Keywords

Pyrolysis Pyrolysis Temperature Fixed Temperature Fire Technology Relative Toxicity 
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© The National Fire Protection Association, Boston 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • Carlos J. Hilado
    • 1
  • Patricia A. Huttlinger
    • 1
  1. 1.Product Safety CorporationSunnyvale

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