Dust in Steel Foundries: Second Report of a Committee Appointed to Consider Methods of Preventing the Production Or the Inhalation of Dust and the Possibility of Reducing the Use of Materials Containing Free Silica in Steel Foundries
H.M. Stationery Office, 1944 - Foundries - 23 pages
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abrasive wheel air curtain Appendix atmosphere Average Dust Concentration Basil Gray bench blasting apparatus blasting chamber blasting enclosure British Iron British Steel Founders burnt-on cleaning containing free silica cubic centimetre DISTRIBUTION OF SAMPLES dresser Dressing dust cloud Dust Concentration Group dust control dust estimation Dust in Steel Dust samples exhaust ventilation Factory Department fettlers fettling Floor Stand Grinders Foundry Moulding Materials ganister grindstone inhalation of dust Inspector of Factories Iron & Steel Iron and Steel Konimeter mask materials containing free method of dust million particles moulding box Moulding Sands National Service Number of Samples Owens Jet Particles per cc PERCENTAGE OF SAMPLES pneumatic chisel Portable practice protective helmet Regulations removal Report Samples Taken sand blasting shot blast silica flour silica sand silicosis sillimanite steel foundries Steel Research Association Swing Frame Grinder TABLE Thermal Precipitator Total Number W. A. and Lawrie W. A. Bloor W. B. Lawrie