Videos

Polyurethane Paint Safety

The collision repair and custom car industries use some of the most beautiful and advanced coatings systems available on the market today. Whether you are working to keep up with volume or creating a masterpiece for a passionate client, it’s important to follow proper safe use and handling procedures. The safety measures described in this video highlight the importance of protecting the environment and your personal safety on the job.

  • Section 1: Introduction and Benefits of Polyurethane
  • Section 2: SDS Sheets
  • Section 3: Wearing Proper PPE
  • Section 4: Spray Booth and Equipment
  • Section 5: Clean-Up/Waste Disposal/Spill Response
  • Section 6: OSHA

What is BPA?

This video provides an overview of the many products made of Bisphenol A based plastics and resins, and addresses the controversy surrounding the safety of Bisphenol A.

Diphenylmethane Diisocyanate (MDI)

The following videos from the International Isocyanate Institute discuss best practices for working with diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI). A corresponding Leader's Guide is available for each video series:

Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI)

The following videos from the International Isocyanate Institute discuss best practices for working with toluene diisocyanate (TDI). A corresponding Leader's Guide is available for each video series:

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