Discovery / Science Channel’s “How It’s Made” Aluminum Cans (Sam’s Club Choice) episode
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this guys voice is the best to listen to.
Does anyone Know what the water based varnish is that they used inside the can?
“hydro” simply means there is a water molecule attached to the rest of the chemical….not that it’s going to burn through your flesh. -___-
ok!hx again for replying
Well of course it is, it’s extremely dangerous. But it doesn’t have to melt your flesh to be dangerous. Something with “hydro” in the name isn’t necessarily dangerous either.
thanks for specifying,but its still dangerous,because it’s hydro acids
It doesn’t “burn through” your flesh. It’s dangerous because of how easily the small molecules will seep through your skin and muscle into your body. Once there it reacts with calcium in your body and interferes with nerve function. It’s extremely dangerous but it won’t melt your skin off on contact.
I like the can-do attitude of the workers!
straight to the bone if not treated
probably meant “neutral” ph
Seriously…at those speeds it would have no problem sawing a person in half I’d think.
hydrofloric acid,is that dangerous?this i the type of question i answer myself…..DONTGET IT ON YOU,this shit will burn though your flesh as it has hydro in the word
big sheet of aluminum going by into rollers, no guard rails?
See this video listem guile theme.
no pH? I think they mean at a pH level of 7
I think mythbusters at least partially debunked that.
i dont get it
not in mexico
“Canatomy” make a cool airplane out of beer cans, check out ” The guinness care package “on Youtube.
Thanks to you I’m only buying 2 liters from now on.
those are cups, not cans. how do you make an aluminum beverage can with a beverage inside and a top attached to it?
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