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1984 Amine PV Explosion at Union Oil, Chicago 1984

1984 Amine PV Explosion at Union Oil, Chicago 1984

1984 Amine PV Explosion at Union Oil, Chicago 1984

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I have scoured the interweb and this document does not appear to available. Does anyone have it, or offer directions for obtaining it?

Examination of a pressure vessel that ruptured at the Chicago refinery of the Union Oil Company on July 23, 1984
Harry I. McHenry et al.
Document no. NBSIR 86-3049, issued by Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.

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RE: 1984 Amine PV Explosion at Union Oil, Chicago 1984

RE: 1984 Amine PV Explosion at Union Oil, Chicago 1984

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Thanks DekDee,

I started with #3 on your list, which is a good summary. It appears the original report exists only on microfiche, but coule be tracked down with some effort. I might try sending a query directly to the original agency that issued the report.

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