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Calderdale MP Linda Riordan has put forward an Early Day Motion introducing a new law for a maximum working temperature in the current heatwave.
This analysis was repeated limiting maximum working temperature to 450[degrees]F based on the earlier discussion of working fluid decomposition.
THE TUC called today for a maximum working temperature as employers were warned they could be breaking the law if they failed to protect their staff from the effects of extreme heat.
STUC Assistant General Secretary Ian Tasker said: "We support a maximum working temperature and urge employers to be flexible in these tough temperatures.
They want a maximum working temperature of 30C, or 27C for those doing strenuous work.
The TUC is calling for a maximum working temperature of 30 degrees Centigrade, or 27 degrees Centigrade for those doing strenuous work.
Maximum working temperature up to 140 degrees C, and a maximum working pressure of 16 Bar.
The capabilities of the Step LightTunnel[TM] include 25,000 hours of life time usage, a maximum working temperature range from 200 to 400 Celsius degrees, and 10N/10mm mechanical strength at maximum working temperatures.