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Facility and process engineers at William's Advanced Materials in Buffalo, New York needed to replace an older, inefficient scrubber system. A newer high tech absorber would be required to remove both... (View Full Article)
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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... (View Full Article)
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Plymouth Tube, a Hopkinsville, Kentucky manufacturer and finisher of steel extruded shapes, needed to replace an outdated 45,000 CFM scrubbing system. At the same time, they were redesigning their... (View Full Article)
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The National Superconducting Cyclotron Lab (NSCL) at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, constructed a new chemical milling facility to achieve the desired quality required for their... (View Full Article)
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JEA (formerly Jacksonville Electric Authority), Florida's second largest water and sewer authority, prides itself on being a progressive company. "We have as a goal zero odors outside our facility,"... (View Full Article)
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Like many municipal wastewater treatment authorities, JEA in Jacksonville, FL, is serious about controlling odors from its facilities. When the flow to one of its lift stations increased as a result... (View Full Article)
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The RM Clayton Water Reclamation Center in Atlanta, Georgia, was preparing for a comprehensive, system-wide modernization and expansion making it the largest treatment plant serving the City of... (View Full Article)
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An internationally prominent mining company needed to replace existing coated steel lab hoods due to corrosion and limited ventilation capacity. The mining company had previously worked with Duall at... (View Full Article)
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In the past, communities have been tolerant about the odors associated with chemical process industries (CPI) activities. An odor from a plant or oil refinery was referred to as "the smell of money,"... (View Full Article)
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Indoor air quality (IAQ) has become a popular subject in the HPI over the past few years, especially in laboratory environments where research is conducted at workstations that generate toxic and... (View Full Article)
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One of the world's largest manufacturers of healthcare products with nearly 100,000 employees in more than 50 countries maintains a worldwide research and development network that utilizes thousands... (View Full Article)
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No one likes foul odors - especially people who are not responsible for them yet must live with them daily. Unfortunately, foul odours (in the form of odoriferous roof exhaust) are a fact of life and... (View Full Article)
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While the "confine, seal, suppress" approach to dust control (FEED & GRAIN, February/March 2003) is suitable for many dust control applications, there are new approaches available depending upon the... (View Full Article)
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In order to comply with Ministry of the Environment emission requirements, Project Engineers at Chartered Silicon Partners, Singapore (CSP) needed gas scrubbers for their FAB-6 expansion. They... (View Full Article)
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The last battle in lab ventilation happens on the roof, where traditional foes include noise, odors, and re-entrainment. These days, advanced computer evaluations and other design and equipment... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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NTN Driveshaft Inc. of Columbus, Indiana had a history of high maintenance costs with existing dry filters to control oil, dirt, smoke, and other particulates generated by the operation of their 2,000... (View Full Article)
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Cleanrooms are designed to keep the bad stuff out, but sometimes science puts a new spin on air control - a need to keep the bad stuff in. For example, to create the new Level 4 Bio-Safety Lab at... (View Full Article)
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The Plant Manager at Ulrich Chemical Inc. was experiencing corrosion, plugging and subsequent dust collection problems with their existing dry dust collector while packaging hygroscopic and corrosive... (View Full Article)
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Plant engineers at this manganese oxide production facility had been using dry dust collection systems for years, but they knew that when they began using steam injection in their new manganese oxide... (View Full Article)
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On February 4, 1999, one of Europe's largest pharmaceutical firms funded an independent third party test on Duall's Hydro-Lance™ Wet Dust Collector for mass removal efficiency of a... (View Full Article)
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Al-Corn Clean Fuel of Claremont, Minnesota, faced what dozens of corn-to-ethanol plants have faced over the last three years. It had to meet environmental requirements for carbon monoxide (CO),... (View Full Article)
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Low chimneys for UQAM's laboratory. At the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) the design team evaluated many HVAC products while planning a new 37,160-m2 (400,000-s.f.) laboratory building for... (View Full Article)
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George Mellen, P.E., who is responsible for mechanical and electrical systems design at the laboratory facilities of Iowa State University in Ames, IA, needed to identify the best method of exhausting... (View Full Article)
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Pollution abatement professionals at high-technology research facilities- especially pharmaceutical and biomedical organizations-must deal with a unique set of exhaust management problems. Typically,... (View Full Article)
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Re-entrainment of laboratory workstation fume hood exhaust has received widespread attention in the past few years. The main reason for this concerns growing public awareness of pollution issues,... (View Full Article)
(Air Quality)
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Emergency diesel generators are necessary evils at all hospitals. No one likes to have them around, but they must be available to provide immediate backup electrical power in case of sudden power... (View Full Article)
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The generation of odoriferous exhaust often is a necessary evil associated with wastewater treatment at chemical processing facilities. Although many communities once were tolerant of odors caused by... (View Full Article)
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Many facilities that require 100% makeup air for workstation or production environments (typically at research laboratories, pharmaceutical processing plants, and for cleanrooms and isolation rooms)... (View Full Article)
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Many educational institutions use sophisticated laboratories for teaching and research. Operating laboratory workstations presents problems to facilities managers that typically include issues of... (View Full Article)
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Voltmaster Company, Inc. required a cost effective solution for treating sulfuric acid fumes generated in a battery charging operation at their Corydon, Iowa facility. It was determined that a... (View Full Article)
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The City of Saline, Michigan experienced odor problems emitted from one of their rotating biological contactors (RBC). The project engineer, McNamee, Porter, and Seely of Ann Arbor, Michigan selected... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The plant manager at a Chicago steel company was experiencing air quality problems being generated by a bar cutting operation. The cutting machine, which uses a water soluble cutting fluid, creates an... (View Full Article)
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Baxter Healthcare, Jayuya, Puerto Rico, faced new air regulations to treat odors and particulate emitted from a fermentation process used in the manufacture of antibiotics. The primary odor... (View Full Article)
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With their neighbors having "...OSHA limit H2S odor levels on their doorsteps", the 69th Street WWTP, in Houston, Texas, knew they had a problem. With the help of Montgomery Watson, the City of... (View Full Article)
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A Fortune 500 pharmaceutical company faced new air regulations to treat a complex mixture of odors and particulate emitted from a fermentation process used in the manufacture of antibiotics. The... (View Full Article)
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Project Managers at the Texas Instruments West Building in Sherman, Texas needed a new scrubber yard to replace some older existing systems and allow for added flow capacity. They required three (3)... (View Full Article)
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With an expanding population base in the outlying areas surrounding Charlotte, Michigan the City concluded that their existing methods of ozone treatment and rotating biological contactors (RBC) were... (View Full Article)
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The French Creek Pollution Control Centre treats wastewater from the City of Parksville and the Town of Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. Originally, the plant used the extended... (View Full Article)
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PrairieLand Solid Waste Management in Truman, MN is the first facility in the United States to implement the patented SILODA composting process. In the mid 1980's, both Martin and Fairbault counties... (View Full Article)
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Master Chemical Corp., an international supplier of industrial cleaners, had received complaints from workers concerning the air quality within their facility. A neighboring resident had also lodged a... (View Full Article)
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OSRAM-Sylvania Corporation has lighting manufacturing facilities in both Versailles, Kentucky and Luquillo, Puerto Rico. At both locations, high temperature HCl and HF processes are used to etch glass... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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Talley Metals Tech., Inc. needed to expand its steel coil production capacity. Two Duall systems were already in use ventilating existing finishing lines. After years of quality performance from these... (View Full Article)