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Re: best dehydrator??
Posted by: DavidF ()
Date: November 14, 2015 03:24PM

Paul,
I'm curious about what you said regarding chromium in stainless steel. My understanding is that the only time chromium can be an issue is when steel was scratched and then for the period of time until itpassivates there could be a small release of chromium but the passivation occurs fairly quickly, comments?

David

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Re: best dehydrator??
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: November 16, 2015 06:58AM

DavidF Wrote:
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> Paul,
> I'm curious about what you said regarding
> chromium in stainless steel. My understanding is
> that the only time chromium can be an issue is
> when steel was scratched and then for the period
> of time until itpassivates there could be a small
> release of chromium but the passivation occurs
> fairly quickly, comments?
>
> David

That's interesting, David.

In your understanding could the same be said of the chromium used to mordant about a third of everyone's clothing and other things within everyone's arm's length like housepaint?

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Re: best dehydrator??
Posted by: SueZ ()
Date: November 19, 2015 12:33PM

SueZ Wrote:
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> DavidF Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Paul,
> > I'm curious about what you said regarding
> > chromium in stainless steel. My understanding
> is
> > that the only time chromium can be an issue is
> > when steel was scratched and then for the
> period
> > of time until itpassivates there could be a
> small
> > release of chromium but the passivation occurs
> > fairly quickly, comments?
> >
> > David
>
> That's interesting, David.
>
> In your understanding could the same be said of
> the chromium used to mordant about a third of
> everyone's clothing and other things within
> everyone's arm's length like housepaint?


Anyone else?

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