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It is estimated that approximately 103 mln tonnes of castings are produced every year. Eighty per cent of this production is carried out in moulds produced from silica sand bonded with binding materials, mostly bentonite and organic resins (Holtzer et al. 2014).To produce 1 kg of casting, a sand mould of ca. 4 kg must be produced

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  • silica dust | cancer council

    silica dust | cancer council

    Silica dust is harmful when inhaled into your lungs. As it is 100 times smaller than a grain of sand, you can be breathing it in without knowing. Exposure to silica dust can lead to the development of lung cancer, silicosis (an irreversible scarring and stiffening of the lungs), kidney disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It is estimated that 230 people develop lung cancer each year as a result of past exposure to silica dust …

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  • mechanical reclamation treatment of used silica foundry

    mechanical reclamation treatment of used silica foundry

    In the paper, the laboratory stand and the results of mechanical reclamation of used foundry silica sands with bentonite and water glass binder, carried out at both extra-low (about minus 70 °C) and ambient temperatures, are presented. The obtained results were evaluated and compared with data taken from the foundry practice

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  • frequently asked questions - silica safe

    frequently asked questions - silica safe

    A recent study, Estimating the Total Number of Newly-Recognized Silicosis Cases in the U.S., determined that between 3,600 to 7,300 new cases of silicosis occur annually in the United States. However, only two of the 50 states, New Jersey and Michigan, have surveillance programs to track cases of silicosis

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  • what is silica dust & why is it so dangerous | howden

    what is silica dust & why is it so dangerous | howden

    Miners often extract high-silica-content rock from the coal seam or the surrounding strata. Large quantities of silica dust can be generated during cutting and can become entrained in the ventilating air, which can carry the dust to the breathing zones of mine workers. Find out more about Howden Mine Ventilation . Silica Exposure In Cement Production

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  • silica dust removal with air scubbers | hawk environmental

    silica dust removal with air scubbers | hawk environmental

    In the United States more than 2 million people are exposed to silica during the normal work practices. What laws govern workplace exposure to crystalline silica dust? By the end of 2019, everyone in the construction industry should be aware of OSHA’s new rule titled “1926.1153 Respirable crystalline silica”. This rule applies to all worker’s in the construction industry that may be exposed to 25 micrograms per cubic meter of crystalline silica …

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  • (pdf)investigations of physicochemical properties and

    (pdf)investigations of physicochemical properties and

    Contamination with high-silica sand, increasing SiO2 content, results in creating a fusible compound and, in consequence, in burnings [2,5,6, 7]. This compound has very high thermal conductivity

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  • silicadust iq power tools

    silicadust iq power tools

    Chemical Formula SiO₂. Silica is Quartz, and is found naturally in almost all rock, sand, soil, brick and concrete products. Respirable crystalline silica particles penetrate deep into the lungs causing lung disease. OSHA, after decades of scientific studies on respirable crystalline silica, adopted its …

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  • dynamic and static load testing of model piles driven

    dynamic and static load testing of model piles driven

    dynamic and static load testing of model piles driven into dense sand Systematic studies of pile response during static and dynamic load tests are generally too expensive to conduct in the field, and at model scale, may be limited by scaling effects and the ability to obtain accurate stress waves

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  • the industrial dust collector and the silica exposure

    the industrial dust collector and the silica exposure

    Dec 20, 2019 · There are two main factors that can contribute to the effectiveness of silica particle collection. First, the design has to be on par with the standards set by OSHA. This means that the industrial dust collector model has to be certified by the institution. And second, the industrial dust collector has to be properly maintained

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  • hazard alert - worker exposure tosilicaduring hydraulic

    hazard alert - worker exposure tosilicaduring hydraulic

    Mar 25, 2016 · Use local exhaust ventilation to collect silica-containing dusts and prevent dust escape. Install dust collection systems onto machines or equipment that can release dust. Replace transfer belts with screw augers on sand movers in new designs or retrofits. Dust can be released from the sand moving belt under the sand movers from the actions of belt movement or vibration

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  • osha silica dust standards-hiltiusa

    osha silica dust standards-hiltiusa

    Silica, present in concrete dust, is a hazardous material and is the focus of the new OSHA regulation 1926.1153. OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1153 went into effect in June 2016 and required compliance on September 23, 2017. With this change, there are new standards with which industry professionals are required to comply

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  • dust collection at

    dust collection at

    The Bosch GDE18V-16 Dust Collection Attachment for GBH18V-26 Rotary Hammer is a self-contained unit with a HEPA filter. According to independent testing, this integrated HEPA dust extraction system meets OSHA’s silica exposure limits for concrete drilling, averaged over an 8-hour day

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  • silicadust control: everything you need to know

    silicadust control: everything you need to know

    To better control this deadly dust, OSHA updated its crystalline silica exposure limit, making compliance much more difficult. Below you'll find articles that explain the ins and outs of the new rules, the best silica dust control methods, and what you need to do to become compliant

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  • silicadust removal with air scubbers | hawk environmental

    silicadust removal with air scubbers | hawk environmental

    In the United States more than 2 million people are exposed to silica during the normal work practices. What laws govern workplace exposure to crystalline silica dust? By the end of 2019, everyone in the construction industry should be aware of OSHA’s new rule titled “1926.1153 Respirable crystalline silica”. This rule applies to all worker’s in the construction industry that may be exposed to 25 micrograms per …

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  • new silica standard & the aggregate industry: pit & quarry

    new silica standard & the aggregate industry: pit & quarry

    Oct 16, 2017 · Even though the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) rule on respirable crystalline silica is now being enforced, a number of businesses undoubtedly have lingering questions about the rule’s impact on them.. BossTek’s Mike Lewis, for one, can attest to some of the confusion that exists in the marketplace. “There’s been a huge uptick in calls related to the silica

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  • reducingsilica exposure in fiber-cement siding installation

    reducingsilica exposure in fiber-cement siding installation

    This comes amid a major growth period for the building material, which through just four main ingredients—water, wood pulp, fly ash (or silica sand), and cement—is more durable and more cost effective than wood. Considering this rapid growth—from 1991 to 2010, the market share of fiber-cement siding has climbed from 1% to 13% (wood dropped from 38% to 8%)— more workers are (and will be) …

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  • (pdf) influence of a liquid metal temperature on a thermal

    (pdf) influence of a liquid metal temperature on a thermal

    A sample of the investigated moulding sand, on the bases of high-silica sand, of a roll shape of dimensions 50 x 50 mm, and a mass of app. 150 g, compacted by a moulder's rammer stroke, was poured either with cast iron of a temperature of 1350ºC or with aluminium alloy of a …

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