Eye damage. The curing agent also does harm to human eyes to a certain extent. The curing agent contains amine, which is a volatile substance. Especially in the vapor state of the curing agent, it is easy to stimulate the human eye, causing conjunctivitis, tears and corneal edema. Long-term exposure to high concentration range or high concentration curing agent environment can also cause significant irritation to human respiratory tract, leading to bronchitis, tracheitis and so on. Curing agent also contains an acid anhydride substance which is less irritating to human skin, but has strong irritation to human eyes, nose, throat and other respiratory organs, and can cause bronchitis.
Toxicity. There are many kinds of curing agents, but no matter what kind of curing agent, it is a chemical substance, so it has certain toxicity. But the toxicity of different curing agents is different, such as liquid curing agent and solid curing agent. Solid curing agents are easy to adhere to the skin surface, while liquid curing agents mainly exist under steam pressure. Generally speaking, curing agent is very active, so its biological activity is also very strong, it is easy to cause poisoning.
Skin damage. The curing agent has a certain degree of damage to human skin. Curing agent can stimulate human mucosa and skin to a certain extent. This is mainly because the curing agent contains amine, amine is an organic base, can dissolve in water and fat, soak the skin, form fat dissolution, causing dermatitis. Long-term prohibition of stimulants can easily lead to intense skin inflammation, severe erythema, blisters, cracks, even skin scales, leading to necrosis of human tissues and other diseases, so we must pay attention to the harm of therapeutic agents.