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Bowes, P.C., 1957. ESTIMATION OF THE RATE OF VENTILATION REQUIRED FOR DRYING-OFF SOLVENTS IN ENCLOSURES. Fire Research Notes 292
Estimates have been made of the rates of ventilation necessary for enclosures, of whose walls a relatively large area is treated with flammable solvent, in order that the drying time for the disappearance of fire hazard shall be similar to that determined experimentally for treated surfaces of small area. For enclosures such as warehouses and, probably, roof spaces that can be ventilated by at least a trap door and are not sealed, the required rates of ventilation are likely to be attainable mereIy by opening all doors and windows, even if all interior surfaces are treated.