Description: TALENT CLEARED, TYPICAL IMCO TAPE WITH FACTORY SCENES, ALL SORTS OF MACHINERY SANDWICHED WITH GRAPHICS, LOTS OF REPEATS ; Title: Metals & Metal Salts. Talkhead wearing hardhat & business suit. Montage metals & metal salts used in factory ; DX MS commuter train going by. Electrical cables on display. Mecury filling bulb in gaging device, rectifier ; Man pulls red-hot metal rod out of furnace. CU person working with electrical wiring. Commuter train/subway train/el-train ; CU mercury in bulb. Man lowering metal sheet into acid bath. CU soldering, cutting brass, steel rail, welding rod or metalizer? ; CU person using salt shaker, putting salt on food. Montage metal salts used in factory, black powder, spray painting ; CU dipping solder gun into flux, man taking parts frombath, pouring paint into can, painting yellow primer on sheet, welding ; DX commuter train P-In wheels as train comes to stop. Welding, grinding, soldering, sanding paint of steel girder, rectifier ; Man cutting metal beam making sparks, man welding making smoke, sanding off paint, machine grinding CU sparks flying; Men removing parts from bath. OTS man typing on computer, taking paper from printer. Warning label, box of welding rods or solder ; CU soldering. Men brushing lubricant on gear? Man hosing off crate of parts. Repeats. Man soldering, fumes being sucked into vent ; Sparks flying. Men doing something to gear, CU soldering. Huge bales of sheet metal. Metal scraps in waste barrels; Man handling bottle of mercury. Man sanding wall, removing graffiti, flames peeking out from furnace, interesting factory image ; People wearing haz-mat suits pouring mercury into jar. CU dirty hands, male hands wearing wedding band. CU copper shavings ; CU pouring mecury into funnel. CU brushing flux onto soldering gun. Man welding. Soldering, fumes being sucked into vent ; Factory worker reaching for cup of coffee in FG, drinking coffee. VAR soldering & welding ; Man smoking in factory. Men building railroad tracks, workers stop to chat. Man being overwhelmed by fumes collapsing asphyxiating ;Coworker rescuing asphyxiating man, dragging him out into fresh air & calling for help. Man looking down manhole in factory ; Man using emergency eyewash, person washing hands, man taking off uniform jacket, safety shower, opening first aid kit; Workers painting railroad car. Supervisor talking to worker. Armature soldering operation, fumes going into vent ; Man using sand blaster? in isolation chamber, gloves mounted in wall of chamber (like Homer in the begining of 'The Simpsons'; Armature soldering operation. Man hosing off parts. Safety equipment, goggles, rubber gloves, respirator, galoshes ; CU dirty hands, hand rubbing itchy hand, dry skin, putting on cotton gloves. Man puts on goggles, man puts on safety glasses ; Man wearing safety mask, man puts on safety glasses, man wearing goggles. Welder wearing respirator, workers choosing respirator ; Grinding copper. Drums of chemicals in warehouse, flammable sign on cupboard, man opens cupboard, putting lid on can of paint ; Hammer tapping lid shut. White powder being sucked into vacuum, washing hands in sink, men chat by vending machines lunch break ; Copper shavings metal scraps in bin. Drums in warehouse. Man using vacuum device to pick up powder without making dust ; Man sweeping up spilled powder (Goofus), man vacuuming spilled powder (Gallant), hazardous waste storage area ; Man putting on goggles & gloves, nickel welding rod burning, rusty barrel. DX lantern sitting by railroad tracks ; DX little fire engine going by on factory grounds, firefighters enter smokey room, men practice using fire extinguishers; Man using rotary phone, metal cutting (looks just like welding), metal grate over vent, workers talking, ventilation fan broken ; Maintenance guy checking switch, fixes it immediately ;
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