|Document ID (ISN)||53236|
|ISSN - Serial title
||0023-4354 - Koževenno-obuvnaja promyšlennost'
|Convention or series no.
||Puhov S.N., Nikitina I.A., Kondakova M.V., Strel'cov S.V., Zapol'skij Ju.M., Koročkin S.V.
||Specific rates of emission of harmful substances into the atmosphere during the production of rubber shoe soles
||Udel'nye vybrosy vrednyh veščestv v atmosferu pri proizvodstve reziny dlja niza obuvi [in Russian]|
||Sep. 1987, No.9, p.18-19.
||Specific emission rates were calculated on the basis of material balances for each of the 6 operations in sole manufacture; the results are presented in a table. The largest quantity of gaseous pollutants are emitted during vulcanisation (85-95% of the total emissions for the process). Of the 4 types of sole produced, coloured porous rubber gave the largest amounts of gas, black solid rubber the smallest. The average composition of the gaseous emissions was: 1.2% aldehydes, 28% aromatic hydrocarbons (of which 2% styrene), 1.5% amines, 7% naphthenes, 8% normal and iso-paraffins (3-7 carbons), 7.5% normal and iso-olefins, 16% for 8-14-carbon paraffins, 12% for 8-14-carbon olefins, and 20.3% unidentified. An equation was derived for predicting the quantity of emissions from the amounts of natural rubber, blowing agent, regenerated rubber and mineral filler used in the process.
||harmful substances; shoe industry; prediction formulae; atmospheric pollution
||aldehydes; aromatic hydrocarbons; styrene; aliphatic hydrocarbons; natural rubber; foamed rubber; vulcanization; amines
||D - Periodical articles
||Leather, fur and footwear
|Broad subject area(s)
||Footwear, leather and fur industry