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01Oct92 UK: PERMABOND CLAIMS SOME OF ITS TYPE A ANAEROBIC ADHESIVES NO LONGER NEED A HAZARD LABEL.

Permabond says that some of its type A anaerobic adhesives no longer need a hazard label.Following tests in accordance with European legislation (Annex V to Directive 67/548/EEC) some of its adhesives no longer need to be classified as hazardous (under Directive 88/379/EEC).These materials include: Pipesealant A131 for sealing water, gas, air and oil pipes; Threadlock A130 for threadlocking and sealing screws, nuts, bolts and small hydraulic and pneumatic fittings; Ready Gasket A136 ...

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