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Excerpt from "Appropriate air sampling methods for copper and zinc oxide."
In your letter you stated that you are representing the Brass Division of the Olin Corporation and you believe it is appropriate to air sample for copper and zinc fume by using a 10mm nylon cyclone or other particle fractionation device and to sample for the dust by using a 37mm closed - faced MCEF. You further state that the health effect resulting from exposure to zinc and copper oxide fumes is metal fume fever and that there is only one case of metal fume fever documented in the literature for copper fume.

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