Teflon lid to PRX-127 removed!
latta at snf.stanford.edu
Thu May 3 12:23:54 PDT 2001
In an effort to eliminate another potential hazard, I have removed the
teflon cover to the PRX-127 hotpot. It is not required. In fact, it
owes it's existence to an oversight on our behalf; a chemical we once
used in that bath, Ecostrip, did need a cover, but other chemicals that
replaced the Ecostrip haven't. We are talking circa 1985 here....
A concern was recently raised over the difficulty in removing the cover
because of the small handle. It was feared that the cover could be
dropped into the PRX-127 or the PRS-1000 hotpots. Hence, it has been
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