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The potential for lubricant dust explosions in the wiredrawing industry

The potential for lubricant dust explosions in the wiredrawing industry

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In the last few years, the chemical and manufacturing industry has come under closer government scrutiny due to the issue of combustible dust explosions resulting in the loss of life in the workplace ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:2013
Weight:0.2500
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By David P. Gzesh, Blachford Corporation, USA; and C. Ian Sidders, Yafeng (Alvin) Lian, and Jean V. Reid, H. L. Blachford Ltd., Canada
2013
 
In the last few years, the chemical and manufacturing industry has come under closer government scrutiny due to the issue of combustible dust explosions resulting in the loss of life in the workplace. Although none of these events has been associated with the wire industry, the wiredrawing producers and their dry powder lubricant suppliers have become more aware of the importance of understanding and controlling dust when handling or using these products. A review of the physical properties and the formation mechanism of combustible dust will be presented along with suggestions on minimizing dust accumulations to comply with new workplace regulations.
  
 
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