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  1. #41
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    Randy....this thread is 12 years old.....

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    Well - That's a big fat Quadruple DUH on me.

    Just saw I was responding to a thread 12 years old

    At least no harm/no foul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randyf View Post
    FYI - The mode of action of Fabrize is unique. The active element is a molekule called beta-cyclodextrin. Some VOCs will get trapped inside the beta-cyclodextrin molekule and will be out of reach of our smell receptors.
    Don't know the toxicity of beta-cyclodextrin or the vapor pressure, but this stuff is advertised as "eliminating odors". Misleading at best but it does work for eliminating some odors but it just hides the offending VOCs.

    On another point - My sympathies with any who have felt slighted in recent exchanges. I do feel the same points could have been made, just as authoritatively, in a less inflammatory tone. I must admit though a little heat now and then is welcome and these exchanges can home in points that would otherwise be missed.

    Indoor Air Nerd does know what he is talking. His data is all evidence based and his credentials are about as good as it gets.

    I participated here for about 5 years and I've been very impressed by the intelligence and competence of most professional members - really. But intelligence without up to date data is lacking.

    BTW - I do have some points of contention with Ian but that's for another thread.
    Quote Originally Posted by randyf View Post
    HUH???
    Sorry but when it comes to gases ventilation DOES work. That an undisputed truth that's almost as certain as the truth of long division.

    150 ppm translates (using Isobutylene as an average) to 454,400 ng/liter. THATs a absurdly high level. Any humans would have vacated long ago and anyone taking measurements would be wearing a mask.
    Generally levels above 3000 ng/liter are considered likely to elicit complaints/symptoms. And your claiming >100x that amount. Really?

    And contrary to your claim it's Not likely that any of the individual components would come close to approaching PEL or TLV limits. In fact just the opposite is likely

    Also you seem to imply that 150ppm is acceptable as long as ventilation is adequate. Don't think so - 150 ppm is just a harmful in a room with 0 ventilation as a room with the windows open during a hurricane. In both situations an inhale will include that same amount of pollutants.

    If I'm wrong feel free to overstate my stupidity and your brilliance.
    This thread is 12 years old.

    Look at the posting dates!

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    The thread is outdated hasn't anyone told you 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    The thread is outdated hasn't anyone told you 😆
    Yes - And I posted my Super Duper Quadruple "DUH" two days ago.

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