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Cyanide Residues in Fire Damaged Buildings

Cyanide Residues in Fire Damaged Buildings: Cover PageDuring a structure fire, toxic gases, acids, VOC’s, and a vast array of other hazardous chemicals are created. These byproducts of incomplete combustion make up the composition of smoke, soot, and particulate matter. Smoke also contains moisture vapor that will condense on cool surfaces as the smoke migrates away from the fire.

In this PDF you’ll learn:

  • Facts about Hydrogen Cyanide
  • Textiles Contaminated with Cyanide Residues
  • Testing Should Not be an Option
  • Protect Yourself from Liability
  • The Culture has to Change

Includes sources.

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