1. Trichloroethylene is of the solution:
2. Trichloroethylene is a colorless liquid with a sweet odor that evaporates quickly to vapor form.
3. Found in underground water sources, Trichloroethylene does not occur naturally and can be used as a solvent to remove grease from metals, paint remover, spot remover, and as an ingredient in adhesives.
4. Exposure to Trichloroethylene can result from contaminated shower water, swimming water, and drinking water. Inhaling small amounts of Trichloroethylene may cause headaches, dizziness, lung irritation, and difficulty concentrating. Higher levels of exposure may lead to nausea, liver damage, and even death.
5. Austin Air filters have a high capacity for this particular substance and will do a sufficient job adsorbing Trichloroethylene from the environment.