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ID (ISN) del documento54784
Número CIS 90-1941
ISSN - Título de la serie 0024-449X - Litejnoe proizvodstvo
Año 1988
Número de serie
Autor(es) Buharov I.I., Nemcov N.S., Savčenko A.F., Lysenko V.A.
Título Shot-blasting chamber dust control
Título original Očistka vozduha ot pyli drobestrujnyh kamer [en ruso]
Información bibliográfica Aug. 1988, No.8, p.28-29. Illus.
Resumen Chemical and particle-size analysis of dust discharged into the atmosphere by a foundry shot-blasting chamber revealed high loads of free silica (92-94%) and respirable particles of less than 5µm (≈72%). Currently used dust collectors (cyclones) proved to be very inefficient, with outlet air dust concentrations averaging 1060mg/m3 for the iron foundry and the steel-casting department, respectively. To correct the situation, a two-stage dust control installation was designed, consisting of a cyclone and a dust capturing device with an adjustable fibrous vibration-cleaned filter packing of lavsan-type textured fibres (description and diagramme presented). Introduction of the collector at a mechanical engineering plant helped to bring outlet dust concentrations down to 10-15mg/m3 and to prevent an annual economic loss of 167,000 roubles. Filtration efficiency was 99.2-99.5% and the time between regenerations 24-25hrs.
Descriptores (primarios) depuración del aire; filtros de fibra; lucha contra los polvos; limpieza con golpes; fundiciones; siderurgia; ciclones
Descriptores (secundarios) descripción del material; eficacia de la filtración; aspectos económicos; rendimiento de la captación; despolvoreadores
Tipo de documento D - Artículos periódicos
País / Estado o ProvinciaURSS
Tema(s) Polvos, aerosoles
Broad subject area(s) Riesgos químicos
Navegación por categoria(s) Heating and air conditioning
Foundries, metalcasting and forging operations
Iron and steel industry