Hot Gas Articles

  • Repairing thermoplastic joints – Doing it right the first time

    The most common method for repairing leaking joints is hot gas welding at the fillet formed by the fitting socket entrance and the pipe. Hot gas welding of thermoplastics piping system joints is quite similar to the acetylene welding or brazing process used with metals. The fundamental differences are that the plastic rod must always be the same material as the pieces to be joined and heated gas, ...


    By IPEX

  • Book Review: The Empty Tank: Oil, Gas, Hot Air, and the Coming Global Financial Catastrophe

    The Empty Tank: Oil, Gas, Hot Air, and the Coming Global Financial Catastrophe, by Jeremy Leggett. Random House, 2005. ISBN 1-4000-6527-5.Keywords: book ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Hot Gas Decontamination

    Introduction: The process involves raising the temperature of the contaminated equipment or material to 260 °C (500 °F) for a specified period of time. The gas effluent from the material is treated in an afterburner system to destroy all volatilized contaminants. The method eliminates a waste that currently is stockpiled and requires disposal as a hazardous material. This method will permit ...

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