Re: dust in my SS4000
I doubt if they use anything at all in the tanks. Somebody could be allergic
to whatever they used and they'd be in for a huge lawsuit. In any case,
there is no danger at all to films or machinery.
> The air is filtered. The vegetable oil is used as a safe guard should
> somebody screw up the filtering. Using multiple safety procedures is pretty
> common when human health or safety is at stake. [Hint: Apple didn't take
> this approach with their first attempt at using LIon batteries and look what
> I'll take a whiff of olive oil over 3 in 1 any day.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> > Arthur Entlich
> > Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 3:15 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: Re: dust in my SS4000
> > I guess that depends on what you think "inert" vegetable oil can do. I
> > question that word inert in this context, since all vegetable oil is
> > organic and reactive on some level. But, I would not particularly want
> > vegetable oil "inert" or otherwise in my lungs, in my scanner on it's
> > mirrors or lens or light source, etc...
> > Yes, might be better than some petroleum products, which I probably
> > would want even less in my lungs or in my mouth, but I suspect vegetable
> > oil can do its own bit of damage in the wrong place.
> > Art
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