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Subject: half life of chemical compounds
Category: Health
Asked by: deltablack-ga
List Price: $40.00
Posted: 03 Jul 2002 07:32 PDT
Expires: 02 Aug 2002 07:32 PDT
Question ID: 36193
I need to find the total amount of time that wilsonart 3000 (also
known as lokweld 3000) is chemicaly active. mainly how long there are
any trace vapors after it has  been used.
Subject: Re: half life of chemical compounds
Answered By: netcrazy-ga on 03 Jul 2002 08:49 PDT
Hello deltablack-ga,

Thanks for using GA. 

I contacted Wilsonart International Inc. and talked to Dave Berry. He
is the Operations Manager for Wilsonart 3000 product.
According to him, the shelf life of this product is one year from the
date of manufacturing. After one year of duration, Wilsonart is not
liable for this product. He also said that even after this period, the
product can be active, but they are not liable for it after its shelf
About the activeness in terms of chemicals, he said that it is
definitely longer than 1 year, but they don’t have the figure for

About your next question of trace vapors, he said that there are no
trace vapors associated with this product. Water is used as a solvent
in this product. In the wet state, it has a sweet odor and in dry
state, it is odorless.

He also told me that the name Lokweld 3000 was their earlier trade
name and now they have gone back to Wilsonart 3000 name.
You can ask for Dave on this number: 1800-433-3222 for more questions
about this product.

According to this PDF doc, Wilsonart 3000 can stay active for an year
from the date of manufacturing

This pdf doc has a good amount of info about this product.

Search terms used:

Wilsonart 3000

I hope this answers your question. Feel free to ask for
clarifications, and if you are satisfied with this answer, then please
rate it.


Clarification of Answer by netcrazy-ga on 03 Jul 2002 09:44 PDT
oops.... the first link didn't come properly... here is the complete
link for the pdf file:

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