The 3rd Metal Removal Fluids Symposium, held in Dearborn, Mich., Oct. 5-8, included more than 60 papers and poster presentations, and a wealth of knowledge on many aspects of the metalworking fluids industry. The Symposium explored the latest trends and advances in the metal removal fluids and lubricating industry. This once-in-a-decade Symposium was co-presented by ILMA, AIAG, AIHA and UEIL.
Health and Safety Effects/Occupational Medicine
- Dermal Effects
- Respiratory Effects
- New Developments
Exposure Measurement and Guidelines
- New Insights and Analytical Techniques
- Agent Containment and Considerations
Managing MRF in the Plant/Best Practices
- Engineering/Exposure Control Practice & Research
- MRF Microbiology and Biocide Usage
Global Regulatory Issues
- Regulatory Updates & Trends
- REACH and MRFs
Sustainability and Future Trends
- Future Requirements of MRFs
- Nanotechnology & MRFs
- MRF Waste Disposal Technologies
Titles of more than 70 presentations from all three days, including downloadable PDF files.
Summaries of more than 60 papers included at the Symposium, complied into one PDF. (Caution: File is 384 KB and may take some time to download.)
Links to downloadable PDFs of information on all conference presenters and paper authors.
Thanks to everyone who made the Symposium possible, acknowledgements in one PDF. (Caution: File is 400 KB and may take some time to download.)
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