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Recently there was a small discussion of using tyvek in inovative ways such=20
as ironing it onto fabric or melting with a heat gun. There was also a=20
question of safety. I e-mailed Dupont and asked about tyvek fumes. Their=20
response was=20

<< Gases/vapors produced in fire from complete combustion of Tyvek=AE are CO=

and water.  Incomplete combustion yields hazardous gases/vapors including

CO, acrolein, other aldehydes, ketones, fatty acids and short-chain


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