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  • Back to the Basics: Safe Reduction of Ventilation
    Last week we discussed the 2 cases at which the authorities have determined that certain industrial processes can proceed at solvent vapor concentrations up to, but not exceeding, some percentage of the Lower Flammable Limit. At first glance, reduction of ventilation, even aided by an analyzer
  • Beta NOx 2000 TM Scrubber and Ventilation System Controls Industrial Wastewater Odors
    Heritage Environmental, an Indianapolis, Indiana firm specializing in treatment and reclamation of industrial wastewater from steel mills and other industrial processors, wanted to upgrade their facility with a new scrubbing and ventilation system. The Site Engineer, Lab Manager, and Facility
  • How to Be Safe, Save Energy and Lower Fuel Costs While Using an Oxidizer
    Thermal oxidizers are used to destroy the VOC's present in many industrial ventilation, process exhaust and waste air streams. As their use increases, so does a unique opportunity to be safe, save energy and lower fuel costs.
  • Monitoring Flammable Vapors and Gases in Industrial Processes
    Facilities Gas Sensing Details Cancel. 09/21/2012 Control Instruments Corp. Edit Article How To Select a Total Hydrocarbon Analyzer For Use in an Industrial Application (.pdf) Gas Sensing Details Cancel. 09/21/2012 Control Instruments Corp. Edit Article Monitoring Non-Condensable Gases (TRS) in Kraft Pulp
  • Demand Based Ventilation: What is it? Why do it?
    , or other similar commercial establishment. The "non-people component" may be heavier in industrial occupancies or places where volatile materials are stored. In either case, the air contaminant level must be controlled by introducing fresh air at an appropriate rate.
  • Back to the Basics: Limits to Solvent Vapor Concentration
    The authorities have determined that certain industrial processes can proceed at solvent vapor concentrations up to, but not exceeding, some percentage of the Lower Flammable Limit. The solvent concentration depends upon the input of liquid solvent, and the rate of ventilation air with fresh air
  • Increasing Fan Performance
    Industrial processes and plant-ventilation systems often need more air than originally designed. Increased production requirements, process changes, and facility renovations are a. few of the major reasons. Additionally, the lack of adequate maintenance over time can negatively impact system
  • Engineering Glossary
    The following terms are common to the fields of air movement, general ventilation, industrial process, and pollution control. The definitions contained in this glossary provide brief descriptions of the terms as generally used in these fields. In many cases, a more thorough discussion
  • Back to the Basics: Flammable Hazards
    The next topic in our "back to the basics" series is flammable hazards. Its important to understand what causes a fire or explosion to occur in a process before you can even think about preventing one. Industrial painting, coating and finishing processes requires a minimum ventilation rate
  • An Introduction to Fan Acoustics
    Fan Acoustics is an important consideration in the industrial environment and with commercial ventilation systems. The sound generated by some fans can be a potential hazard to. personnel in close proximity to the fan, and the sound can be transmitted, via the ductwork connected to the fan, to all