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#1 posted 02-16-2017 09:04 PM

I can chine in on the industrial side. You’d need to figure out how much carbon you needed to absorb the VOC and last for X hours of service. After those hours, you have that hauled off an replace it with new carbon. It’s expensive and typically only used for polishing type steps, not bulk removal. If exhausting the air isn’t feasible, a full time use of a respirator may be your best bet. Or find a final is without the VOC content.


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