welding smoke Articles

  • Lincoln Technical Institute - Welding Fume & Smoke case study

    The Problem The Lincoln Technical Institute is a leading technical training center with currently over 40 locations in The United States and growing! Many of these facilities teach automotive & general welding and require that students have minimal exposure to the harmful effects of welding fume. The school tasked Diversi-Tech to supply complete welding workstations that would remove the ...


    By DiversiTech

  • Fume control in large weld cells case study

    The Problem Tayco-Panelink is a Canadian based manufacturer of office furniture. Their customer base is worldwide. In 2001, DiversiTech installed a small fume extraction system which continues to do the job today. With this in mind, Tayco called on us to set up their new welding cell. Unfortunately, the welding fixtures were too large to accommodate a source capture system.   ...


    By DiversiTech

  • Is Hexavalent Chromium (Hex Chrome; Chrome VI) a carcinogen?

    In 1990, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an agency of the World Health Organization (WHO), published their findings on chromium and chromium compounds as carcinogens.  Chromium may be isolated in any of three volume states: Chrome 0 or metallic chromium; Chrome III called “Chrome 3” or Chrome VI called “Chrome 6,” also called hexavalent ...


    By Atlantic Environmental, Inc.

  • Oil skimmer extends coolant life, clears machine shop`s smoky environment

    Six months ago Tom Zovko, owner of Cleveland, OH-based Z&Z Manufacturing, a producer of hydraulic fittings and special screw-machine products, couldn't see across his 15,000 sq. ft. machine shop. The smoke generated by his CNC machining operations was not only polluting the environment but consuming much of his profits. That's when Zovko contacted Abanaki Corp. for a solution. Founded in ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • IRSST Studies Efficacy of N95 Respirators in Conditions Representative of Human Breathing

    On June 28, 2016, Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) issued a press release announcing the availability of a study on “ ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • The Function and Purpose of Portable Dust Collectors

    Portable dust collectors are movable devices that are useful to decrease and collect contaminant substances from the air in your work environment, producing units and plants. Portable dust collectors are small devices and portable, which means they can easily be transferred from place to place. Structure The ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • How Downdraft Tables Change Your Work Environment

    Working with metal and wood results in the release of harmful dust particles into the atmosphere, which is dangerous to the workers’ health. Continuous exposure to these particles means your employees will be breathing in the dust, which can lead to both short and long term health problems. In order to maintain the health and safety of your employees in the workplace, downdraft tables must ...


    By ProVent, LLC

  • Waste plastic pyrolysis plant with high profits

    Pyrolysis Plant: Waste plastic pyrolysis plant, with the superiority of low capital investment and high fuel financial price, it has become the first preferred waste disposal method in many countries.This profitable project was established every week with low labor costs and high profits. Huayin renewable energy equipment company, established in 1993,have been a leader of oil pyrolysis ...


  • Guide for developing a multi-metals, Fence-line monitoring plan for fugitive emissions using x-ray based Monitorsa case study

    Airborne metals and metal compounds are of particular concern to human health. Not only are they included in the United States (U.S.) Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) list of 187 hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), they represent 8 of the 33 urban pollutants identified by the EPA as posing the greatest potential health threat in urban areas. This is particularly significant since 80% of ...


    By Cooper Environmental

  • Nitrogen Dioxide Testing in Indoor Environments Protects Human Health

    During the winter months, when homes and businesses typically have their windows and doors closed, can result in an increase in indoor air quality (IAQ) complaints.  In addition to a lack of fresh air in many buildings during this time, problems due to gases not properly vented from heaters frequently occur.   Nitrogen oxides can be of increased concern during these cold winter ...

  • Safety Systems Depend on Reliable Field Sensors (Emphasis on Fire and Gas Detectors)

    Abstract Because not all hazards are the same, identifying and quantifying the hazard is the starting point in choosing sensing technology. Not all detectors are the same, and they should be selected according to their ability to detect the hazard. This paper gives a broad summary of technologies that provide users reliable responses to hazardous conditions, that minimise false ...

  • Air Pollution Control: Ready for the 21st Century

    The textile industry is plagued by air pollution problems which must be resolved. In particular, smoke and odor arising in the process require abatement. Air pollution control technology is available today which will serve the textile industry well into the 21st century. The nature of the problem The major air pollution problem in the textile industry occurs during the finishing stages, ...


  • Case History - Air Pollution Control in the Textile Industry: a Technology for the 21st Century

    The textile industry is plagued by air pollution problems which must be resolved. In particular, smoke and odor arising in the process require abatement. Air pollution control technology is available today which will serve the textile industry well into the 21st century. The nature of the problem The major air pollution problem in the textile industry occurs during the finishing stages, ...


  • Textile Industry: Air Pollution Control Through Wet Scrubbers, High Energy Venturi Scrubbers, Packed Bed Scrubbers and Other Technologies

    Wet Scrubbers, High Energy Venturi Scrubbers, Packed Bed Scrubbers are an excellent solution for air pollution in the textile industry. The textile industry is plagued by air pollution problems which must be resolved. In particular, smoke and odor arising in the process require abatement. Air pollution control technology is available today which will serve the textile industry well ...


    By CR Clean Air Group, LLC

  • Fires at Composting Facilities: Causes and Conditions

    The subject of fires at composting facilities is a bad news/good news situation. The bad news is that fires are more common than we realize. Ask a group of facility operators if they have had to deal with a fire, and the majority will quietly admit they have. The good news is that we don’t realize that fires are fairly common at composting facilities. Most are neither frequent nor destructive ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • An interview with the Managing Director of EnviroWrap Group

    Interviewee : Julie Nenquin of AIB-Vincotte Ecosaver Tony Allsop, Managing Director of EnviroWrap Limited and every inch the English businessman, is in an unequalled position to know how to conduct his business: with the right papers in his pocket. In his case, that means the right quality, safety and environmental certificates, so that his customers can work in compliance with the strictest ...


    By EnviroWrap Limited

  • Not All Hazards are the Same: Design considerations for matching flame and gas hazards to detector technologies

    Not all flame and gas hazards in facilities are the same, therefore the detection technology chosen should be specific to the type of hazard to be detected. How do users select technologies to see certain fires or detect certain gases? The intent of this paper is to give a broad introduction to the selection and use of flame and gas detector technologies. We will answer questions such as these: ...

  • Lower Cost, Higher Environmental Performance Products: Dematerialising Furniture

     Basic Information For more than a decade, industrial designer Jan Dranger carried out an enormous amount of research and development work aimed at creating a totally new concept in furniture which is comfortable, inexpensive, durable, and environmentally sound. The breakthrough came in 1993 when a solution was patented that had all the desired qualities. Seeing the commercial potential, ...


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