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Medical facilities may use degreasers in their fabrication shops to remove grease, oil, or other soil from metal, glass, or plastic items. Degreasers are nonaqueous solvents typically composed of petroleum distillates, chlorinated hydrocarbons, ketones, and alcohols.

The regulatory impacts of degreasers at medical facilities are outlined in the Vehicle Maintenance -> Degreasers section of the Facility Regulatory Tour.

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Last Updated: March 04, 2005