Im working on a Jewelry store. Obviously the store part is pretty simple. Im just concerned about the backroom. The Jeweler stores a couple large tanks of oxygen that he uses for making jewelry, and also has a tank of acetylene. Im sure he uses these chemicals to weld, which means they are burning, which means we need ventilation. Does anyone have an idea of a suggested air changes/ hour of ventilation?
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