lev system Articles

  • LEV: What You Need to Know Before Selecting and Installing Dust Control Systems - White Paper

    Many processes in the production of drugs in the pharmaceutical industry produce significant quantities of dust which can cause serious health related problems to workers handling the materials. Additional problems of these operations are the loss of valuable material and the serious risk of cross contamination of drugs. Operations such as scooping, tablet processing, blending, milling, and tray ...


    By Kleissler P C, LLC

  • Retrofit Intelligent Dust Extraction System

    Western Air Ducts Retrofits Intelligent LEV Solution at City of Oxford College The proffesionally equiped woodworking workshop at the Rycotewood Furniture Centre, at the City of Oxford College city centre campus, is a key resource for the many students of furniture design and ...


    By Inteliair Ltd

  • Sale of by-Product HCl Covers Cost of Emission Control System

    Problem: Some of the specialty chemical processes at a major chemical manufacturer's plant result in considerable HCl loading in the off-gas. The HCl must be removed before the off-gas can be discharged to the atmosphere. Production of saleable by-product HCl solution was an important goal when looking for a high-efficiency HCl removal system. The company wanted to achieve a very low ...


  • High Tech Research Centre - Case Study

    The UK’s new High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) has been designed to provide the UK with world-leading R&D capabilities in investment casting – and to tackle the dust extraction and fume extraction challenges these processes involve, both today and in the future, Western Air Ducts has designed and installed a complete, intelligent LEV system. The showcase £60m ...


    By Inteliair Ltd

  • Urban Air Quality Forum to Focus on Environmental Impacts of Fuel Choices in Developing Countries

    When chemist Miriam Lev-On, Ph.D., recently visited Agra, India, she toured the region and viewed the grandeur of the Taj Mahal—the 17th Century mausoleum that is one of the world's most celebrated monuments. But as memorable as the Taj Mahal ...


  • Cereform - case study

    As part of the global AB Maury Group, Cereform is providing a comprehensive range of technical bakery ingredients like dough conditioners and softeners, bread mixes and concentrates, soya flours, cake mixes and concentrates, donut mixes and concentrates and toppings, fillings and icings. During the production of these products they have various dust producing processes. One of the processes ...


    By Inteliair Ltd

  • Studies on competitiveness of space and terrestrial solar power plants using global energy model

    Global energy model GEM-10R has been used to analyse the possible conditions and scale of using space and terrestrial solar power plants in the long-term perspective (up to the end of the 21st century). Different external conditions, when these alternative energy technologies may be feasible, have been revealed and discussed.Keywords: global energy model, space-based power systems, lunar power ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • VSEP concentrates PVC latex to 68% solids and reduces spray dryer load

    New Logic International installed its Vibratory Shear Enhanced Processing (VSEP®) system on August 21, 1996 at a major international latex/chemicals manufacturing facility in Europe. VSEP is used for preconcentration of Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) latex to a spray dryer at this facility. The VSEP system uses an ultrafiltration membrane module and is able to concentrate (dewater) latex emulsions ...


    By New Logic Research, Inc.

  • Improving TOC Removal to Achieve EPA DBP Compliance at the Green Valley WTP

    The Green Valley Water Treatment Plant (WTP) draws its water from two sources to supply Suisun, CA and surrounding communities. The WTP’s distribution system is very long resulting in lengthy detention times where free chlorine used for disinfection reacts with total organic carbon (TOC) to form high levels of Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs). The Green Valley WTP was unable to adequately reduce the ...


    By IXOM Watercare

  • Studies on the potential role of different energy sources in the 21st century

    The paper describes studies on long-term energy development using the 10-region World Energy Model. Several scenarios of external conditions for energy development are considered. Special attention is paid to the influence of constraints on CO2 emissions and moratorium on nuclear energy use. Terms of depletion of cheap non-renewable energy resources and introduction of synthetic fuels as well as ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Decrease Operating Costs with Water Recycling

    Compliments to the growing competition from NAFTA, tighter environmental regulations, and increasing demand for higher quality finished products, the profits for Fresh Cut Food processors has decreased over the years. Profits canbe as low as a few cents per pound of finished product. Plant managers and engineers are scrambling to find methods of decreasing the processing operating costs and still ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • A study of wind energy contribution to global climate change mitigation

    The greenhouse gas emissions are mainly caused by the use of organic fuel. Global constraints on the emissions of greenhouse gases (first of all CO2 as the main greenhouse gas) will greatly affect the energy structure of the world especially in some regions. An optimisation model of world energy (GEM-10R) was used to study long-term prospects of world energy development in general and wind ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Evaluation of policies in terms of the multifunctionality of agriculture and rural space: more integrative conceptual and analytical frameworks needed

    A status-quo analysis of the way the question of the multifunctionality of agriculture and of rural space is dealt with in policy evaluation is given. Focus is on conceptual frameworks, tools and methods. The paper builds on a review of policy evaluation practice and experiences in six different EU member states and of a summative review for Central and Eastern European countries (CEE). It is ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Neuthox removes legionella bacteria and biofilm - Case Study

    Hotel Terme della Sardegna (Sardinia, Italy) saves 12.000 € yearly by having a clean water system Danish Clean Water is the manufacturer of an ECA generator, which produces the disinfectant liquid, NEUTHOX. NEUTHOX is produced through an electrolysis process, where only electrical power, common salt and water is used, and is a clear 100 % biodegradable liquid which ...

  • 400 PPM: Carbon dioxide levels cross a sobering new threshold

    Last week we passed an unfortunate marker when it comes to climate change: concentrations of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere have hit 400 parts per million (ppm) near the Arctic. What Does it Mean and Why Should We Care? This ...

  • Food security: Facts and figures

    Food security is deeply connected to other development challenges and poor health. Michael Hoevel traces the links. Food security addresses one of humankind’s most fundamental needs — access to a nutritious and adequate diet. It is also seen ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Sustainable food production: Facts and Figures

    Farming must feed more people more sustainably. Zareen Bharucha looks at scientific approaches past and present. Advances in agricultural science and technology (S&T) have contributed to remarkable increases in ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Class-a Office Tower 947 Fort Street Victoria, B.C. - Case Study

    Key Parameters Type of Facility – New Construction Function – Upscale Professional Offices with Retail Area – Six stories, 44,000 sq. ft. Project Completed – 2010 LEED Gold Challenge: Sustainable design. Designing for LEED Gold certification, engineers and owners wanted to add value by ...

  • Distributed Measurements Unlock the Future of Design

    The next generations of materials and design will require sensing technologies that can monitor beyond the scope of point sensors such as thermocouples and strain gauges. New sensing platforms based on optical fibers can obtain spatially continuous, real time data, giving developers detailed insight across broad areas into how their materials and designs behave. Such systems also can sense ...


    By Sensuron

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