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  • Platinum Mine Workers' Exposure to Dust Particles Emitted ...

    Workers in this industry are exposed to significant amounts of dust, and this dust consists of particles sizes that can penetrate deep inside the respiratory region. A cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate dust exposure risk at two Pt mine waste rock crusher plants (Facility A and B) in Limpopo, South Africa.

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  • Cement dust exposure and acute lung function: A cross ...

    2010-4-14 · Cement dust exposure. The highest geometric mean dust exposure was found in the crusher section (38.6 mg/m 3) followed by the packing section (18.5 mg/m 3) and the guards (0.4 mg/m 3).The range of exposure was high in both the crusher and packing sections (Table 1).Within each of these sections exposure was highest during cleaning tasks (Table 1).The log

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  • Platinum Mine Workers’ Exposure to Dust Particles Emitted ...

    The South African mining industry is one of the largest producers of platinum (Pt) in the world. Workers in this industry are exposed to significant amounts of dust, and this dust consists of particles sizes that can penetrate deep inside the respiratory region. A cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate dust exposure risk at two Pt mine waste rock crusher plants (Facility A

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  • Cytogenetic damage and occupational exposure: I.

    1991-10-1 · ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 56, 25--30 (1991) Cytogenetic Damage and Occupational Exposure I. Exposure to Stone Dust R. C. SOBTI AND D. K. BHARDWAJ Environment and Cancer Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014, India Received October 18, 1990 Cytogenetic investigations were carried out on 50

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  • Guidance for Controlling Silica Dust from Stone Crushing ...

    2010-8-6 · dust. Workers exposed to respirable silica dust have an increased risk of developing lung diseases such as silicosis or tuberculosis. Engineering Controls Reductions in respirable dust in stone crusher mills can be accomplished through engineering controls including process enclosures or containment, dust collection or local exhaust

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  • RESPIRABLE CRYSTALLINE SILICA: THE FACTS

    2018-3-12 · exposed, with 1.85 million of them in construction. There are over 12,000 stone crusher mills in India alone, employing more than half a million workers. Across sectors, it’s estimated that 10 million people could be exposed to silica dust at work in India. Studies have shown increased morbidity

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  • MOBILE PROCESSING - Wirtgen Group

    2021-12-16 · interface changes into metamorphic rock when exposed to heat and pressure, which is melted into magma with increasing movement and ... stone in indoor and outdoor area Rock dust for improving soil Deposits Use Formation and structure ... jaw crusher 2nd crushing stage, cone crusher Feed material 0-550 mm, blasted Feed material 0-160 mm, 1x ...

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  • How to Control Dust - MYS

    2016-3-14 · 2/29/2016 4 Reasonably Available Control Measures • Operational Controls: Train operators to minimize dust. Speed control is a good a example. • Engineered Controls: Enclosing and containing dust sources can often be done with in-house labor and material. • Wet Suppression Systems: Water is the most common dust suppressant to control dust from

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  • 10 ENGINEERING NOISE CONTROL - WHO

    location of the exposed worker is shown in Figure 10.1 for an overall level of 90 dB(A). If the desired level after control is 85 dB(A), then the entire curve should be displaced downwards by 5 dB. The curve is used by determining the spectrum levels (see chapter 1) in octave bands and

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  • Platinum Mine Workers’ Exposure to Dust Particles Emitted ...

    The South African mining industry is one of the largest producers of platinum (Pt) in the world. Workers in this industry are exposed to significant amounts of dust, and this dust consists of particles sizes that can penetrate deep inside the respiratory region. A cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate dust exposure risk at two Pt mine waste rock crusher plants (Facility A

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  • Cytogenetic damage and occupational exposure: I.

    1991-10-1 · ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 56, 25--30 (1991) Cytogenetic Damage and Occupational Exposure I. Exposure to Stone Dust R. C. SOBTI AND D. K. BHARDWAJ Environment and Cancer Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014, India Received October 18, 1990 Cytogenetic investigations were carried out on 50

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  • Guidance for Controlling Silica Dust from Stone Crushing ...

    2010-8-6 · dust. Workers exposed to respirable silica dust have an increased risk of developing lung diseases such as silicosis or tuberculosis. Engineering Controls Reductions in respirable dust in stone crusher mills can be accomplished through engineering controls including process enclosures or containment, dust collection or local exhaust

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  • Research articleCement dust exposure and acute lung ...

    2017-8-28 · 40 exposed production workers from the crusher and packing se ctions and 20 controls from the guards were included. Personal "total" dust was measured in the workers' breathin g zone and peak expiratory flow (PEF) was measured for all

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  • Guidance about dusts and other airborne contaminants

    Dust needs to be effectively controlled at each crusher, mill and grinder, with dust control appliances fitted at the primary crusher feed hopper as well as secondary and tertiary crushers plus screens. Conveyor belt transfer points and stockpile tunnels

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  • Characterization of Occupational Exposures to Respirable ...

    2018-10-31 · RCS and respirable dust (RD) exposures were measured in the breathing zone of operating engineers running different heavy equipment, laborers at demolition sites responsible for holding water hoses, crusher tenders at crushing site, and the handheld pneumatic chipping gun operators at substructure bridge repair sites.

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  • Variability in Dust Exposure in a Cement Factory in ...

    Exposure to cement dust has recently been associated with laryngeal cancer (Diertz et al., 2004) and respiratory cancer (Smailyte et al., 2004). A review of cement studies has indicated that cement workers might be exposed to dust levels ranging 11–230 mg m −3 for total dust and 2–46 mg m −3 for respirable dust (Fairhurst et al., 1997 ...

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  • Dust Extraction System & Multi Cyclone Dust Collector ...

    Dust generating points inside the plants like belt conveyor transfer points, crusher venting, screen venting etc. is connected to the bag filter inlet by duct work. For Dust Extraction system applications, the no. of points from where the air borne dust is getting generated are provided with suction hoods and manual or motorized dampers in ...

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  • MOBILE PROCESSING - Wirtgen Group

    2021-12-16 · interface changes into metamorphic rock when exposed to heat and pressure, which is melted into magma with increasing movement and ... stone in indoor and outdoor area Rock dust for improving soil Deposits Use Formation and structure ... jaw crusher 2nd crushing stage, cone crusher Feed material 0-550 mm, blasted Feed material 0-160 mm, 1x ...

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  • Health and safety effects of dust | Business Queensland

    Respirable dust contains dust particles so small they are invisible to the naked eye and reach deep into the lungs. Different types of dust particles have different health effects. For example, respirable crystalline silica dust causes scarring of the lungs, and inhalable lead dust can damage the central nervous system.

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  • Platinum Mine Workers’ Exposure to Dust Particles Emitted ...

    The South African mining industry is one of the largest producers of platinum (Pt) in the world. Workers in this industry are exposed to significant amounts of dust, and this dust consists of particles sizes that can penetrate deep inside the respiratory region. A cross-sectional study was conducted to evaluate dust exposure risk at two Pt mine waste rock crusher plants (Facility A

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  • Occupational Cement Dust Exposure and Inflammatory

    2021-6-9 · Cement Dust. Cement dust is an example of mineral dust that constitutes chemical components like silicon, calcium, aluminum, chromium, iron. 9–11 This dust is generated in different sections where cement production and processing occur, such as extraction of raw material, crusher, rotary kiln, cranes, mills, storage silos, packing area, etc. (Figure 1). 12, 13

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  • Research articleCement dust exposure and acute lung ...

    2017-8-28 · 40 exposed production workers from the crusher and packing se ctions and 20 controls from the guards were included. Personal "total" dust was measured in the workers' breathin g zone and peak expiratory flow (PEF) was measured for all

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  • Guidance about dusts and other airborne contaminants

    Dust needs to be effectively controlled at each crusher, mill and grinder, with dust control appliances fitted at the primary crusher feed hopper as well as secondary and tertiary crushers plus screens. Conveyor belt transfer points and stockpile tunnels

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  • Characterization of Occupational Exposures to Respirable ...

    2018-10-31 · RCS and respirable dust (RD) exposures were measured in the breathing zone of operating engineers running different heavy equipment, laborers at demolition sites responsible for holding water hoses, crusher tenders at crushing site, and the handheld pneumatic chipping gun operators at substructure bridge repair sites.

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  • Variability in Dust Exposure in a Cement Factory in ...

    Exposure to cement dust has recently been associated with laryngeal cancer (Diertz et al., 2004) and respiratory cancer (Smailyte et al., 2004). A review of cement studies has indicated that cement workers might be exposed to dust levels ranging 11–230 mg m −3 for total dust and 2–46 mg m −3 for respirable dust (Fairhurst et al., 1997 ...

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  • Cement | FUCHS LUBRICANTS CO. (United States)

    Crusher Crushing can be done by, for example, an impact crusher, a cone crusher, or hammer crusher. The bearings of these crushers are exposed to extreme vibration loads, dust, and environmental conditions. Therefore, greases with extreme working stability, extreme pressure resistance, and good sealing capabilities are to be used.

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  • MOBILE PROCESSING - Wirtgen Group

    2021-12-16 · interface changes into metamorphic rock when exposed to heat and pressure, which is melted into magma with increasing movement and ... stone in indoor and outdoor area Rock dust for improving soil Deposits Use Formation and structure ... jaw crusher 2nd crushing stage, cone crusher Feed material 0-550 mm, blasted Feed material 0-160 mm, 1x ...

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  • Health and safety effects of dust | Business Queensland

    Respirable dust contains dust particles so small they are invisible to the naked eye and reach deep into the lungs. Different types of dust particles have different health effects. For example, respirable crystalline silica dust causes scarring of the lungs, and inhalable lead dust can damage the central nervous system.

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  • 10 ENGINEERING NOISE CONTROL - WHO

    location of the exposed worker is shown in Figure 10.1 for an overall level of 90 dB(A). If the desired level after control is 85 dB(A), then the entire curve should be displaced downwards by 5 dB. The curve is used by determining the spectrum levels (see chapter 1) in octave bands and

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