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Summary of Toxicity Data from Wildlife LTD Testing
 
 
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Relates to:
  E-2000 | E-1270 EPL
   
E-1270EPL Toxicity Report
 
The following is a summary of findings for the study "E-1270EPL: A 96-hour static acute toxicity screening test with the saltwater mysid (Mysidopsis bahia)". This test was conducted by Wildlife International Ltd. at the Wildlife International Ltd. aquatic toxicology facility in Easton, Maryland. The test was conducted from May 4, 1998 to May 8, 1998.
 
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Relates to:
  E-1270EPL
   
E-2000 Toxicity Report
 
The following is a summary of findings for the study "E-2000: A 96-hour static acute toxicity screening test with the saltwater mysid (Mysidopsis bahia)". This test was conducted by Wildlife International Ltd. for the Elisha Technologies Co. LLC at the Wildlife International Ltd. aquatic toxicology facility in Easton, Maryland. The test was conducted from May 4, 1998 to May 8, 1998.
 
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Relates to:
  E-2000
   
Comparison of Performance of E-1000 and E-2000 in Detachable Anchor Links Exposed to Cyclic Test Conditions
Detachable anchor links used in marine applications are periodically inspected and subjected to routine maintenance. Due to corrosion, however, the inspection and maintenance process often requires additional time and cost. Excessive corrosion can also lead to inadvisable procedures, which offer potential for injury and/or necessitate replacement of the hardware. Detachable anchor links filled with E-1000 have been subjected to Philadelphia Naval Shipyards harbor exposure as well as salt spray exposure and sea trials. In addition, E-1000 and E-2000 have been subjected to cyclic test exposure.
 
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Relates to:
  E-2000
   

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