Comparison of dust released from sanding conventional and nanoparticle-doped wall and wood coatings

  title={Comparison of dust released from sanding conventional and nanoparticle-doped wall and wood coatings},
  author={Ismo Kalevi Koponen and Keld Alstrup Jensen and Thomas Schneider},
  booktitle={Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology},
Introduction of engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) into traditional surface coatings (e.g., paints, lacquers, fillers) may result in new exposures to both workers and consumers and possibly also a new risk to their health. During finishing and renovation, such products may also be a substantial source of exposure to ENPs or aggregates thereof. This study investigates the particle size distributions (5.6 nm–19.8 μm) and the total number of dust particles generated during sanding of ENP-doped paints… CONTINUE READING


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