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CONTRIBUTIONS FROM SMOKE ON IMPACT OF WELDING PROCEDURES HEALTH OPERATORS WELDER

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Author(s): Gheorghe AMZA | Zoia APOSTOLESCU | Maria Dragomir GROZA | Liana Sanda PAISE

Journal: Revista Fiabilitate si Durabilitate
ISSN 1844-640X

Volume: 1 supliment;
Issue: 10;
Start page: 229;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: impact | smoke | welding on health

ABSTRACT
This paper presents research conducted on the contents of fumes resulting from welding processes with emphasis on micro various metallic and nonmetallic elements involved in these fumes. It also presents the main health effects of welders and operators working in the welding stations. Are risks that may occur due to micro chromium, nickel, iron, manganese, silicon, fluorine, zinc, aluminum, copper, cadmium, lead, molybdenum, cobalt, vanadium and others.
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