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When working with epoxies, MINIMIZE HANDLING where applicable.  Proper packaging for your application and application process comes into play here.  If you choose/need to work with bulk material, such as 8 oz. kits, there will be significantly more handling.  It is likely you will need to work under a ventilation hood to avoid the fumes from this bulk material.  The least amount of handling you will encounter is with Premixed and Frozen syringes.  While there are other factors to consider with this packaging type, contact with the epoxy is indeed significantly less.

To reduce the risk of dermatitis, remember these simple statements about handling:

  • More handling = more exposure = increased chances of allergic reaction.
  • Less handling = less exposure = decreased chances of allergic reaction.

 

READ THE BLOG:  How to minimize allergic reactions when handling epoxies

 

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