Toluene is the common name for methylbenzene, a commercially important intermediate chemical produced throughout the world in enormous quantities.


Workers might be exposed to toluene during certain jobs, for example, in:

- Paint thinners.
- Contact cement.
- Perfume production.
- Oil refineries.
- Chemical and petrochemical plants.
- The storage, distribution and use of petrol or toluene itself.

ION Science have created a Guide 'The Basics of Toluene' this Guide covers exposure to toluene and the different monitoring methods and technologies used to detect toluene and the BTEX family are considered.


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'The Basics of Toluene'