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    Lightbulb IFRA Maximum Use Level and usage rate

    Hello,

    I programmed an application to calculate IFRA Maximum Use Level
    here's the link to the app https://ifra-certificate.herokuapp.com
    the app is slow coz i'm just using free hosting

    Is there other application or spreadsheet that do the same? I want to compare the results.

    I also want to make usage rate calculator like this one https://www.eocalc.com/enter-your-own-blend/

    But I can't figure out how is the calculation of usage rate(the red highlighter) in the image below, please help.


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    Cassia
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    Safe Usage Rate
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    Not Safe Usage Rate
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    Default Re: IFRA Maximum Use Level and usage rate

    The Software that I've heard of, is expensive compounding software, for use in Cosmetics companies, not specifically for Perfumes.

    Maybe except for the Perfumers World Software, but, it was such a fiasco, I only opened it up once or twice. But honestly, I don't even know if that PW software accounts for any thing like this, or not, you'd have to see it for yourself.

    And I assume that your working software is incomplete at this point, for those materials that you have entered? Like Benzyl Cyanide, which is restricted, in fact Prohibited for use, but your software says: Not Restricted.
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    Default Re: IFRA Maximum Use Level and usage rate

    Quote Originally Posted by pkiler View Post
    The Software that I've heard of, is expensive compounding software, for use in Cosmetics companies, not specifically for Perfumes.

    Maybe except for the Perfumers World Software, but, it was such a fiasco, I only opened it up once or twice. But honestly, I don't even know if that PW software accounts for any thing like this, or not, you'd have to see it for yourself.

    And I assume that your working software is incomplete at this point, for those materials that you have entered? Like Benzyl Cyanide, which is restricted, in fact Prohibited for use, but your software says: Not Restricted.
    I update the application on prohibited materials, i change Limits in the finished product (%) on the following materials the rest of prohibited materials set to 0%

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    Default Re: IFRA Maximum Use Level and usage rate

    This is pretty good stuff! Any chance you can create the materials field as a live search rather than a drop down?

    Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk

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    Default Re: IFRA Maximum Use Level and usage rate

    Quote Originally Posted by Saneesvara View Post
    This is pretty good stuff! Any chance you can create the materials field as a live search rather than a drop down?

    Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
    I updated the app, added search field inside the dropdown. Thanks for your suggestion, more suggestions, please.

    If you have time to test it, please find any error in the calculation.




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