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How to Safely Recover Grain Dust?

by root / 26 Jun, 2016

Grain dust often contains a variety of material that can damage a person's lungs. Grain dust is a complex mixture of organic material, consisting of husk particles, cellulose, and starch granules.

How to Safely Recover Broken Glass & Lamps?

by root / 26 Jun, 2016

Broken glass and other sharps are physical hazards. Glass contains silica, an element found in sand.   Broken glass also has the potential to be a health hazard if it is contaminated with toxic chemicals, blood, or infectious substances which may enter the body through a cut or puncture.

How to Safely Recover Combustible Fuel?

by root / 26 Jun, 2016

During fuelling operations, air and fuel vapour are displaced from the aircraft fuel tanks. This potentially explosive mixture is expelled via tank vents and the fill point.   Combining fuel vapour and air (oxygen) forms an explosive mixture comparable to an equivalent mass of dynamite.

How to Safely Recover Flour Dust?

by root / 26 Jun, 2016

Flour is the term used for the powdery substance resulting from the grinding, milling or pulverizing of grains, seeds, roots or other edible materials. Wheat, rye, oats, rice, corn, taro root, and cassava are some examples of grains and roots that are ground into flour, primarily for baking.

How to Safely Recover Toxic & Combustible Dust?

by root / 26 Jun, 2016

Indoor firing ranges are popular among law enforcement and recreational shooters because they offer protection from inclement weather conditions and can be operated around the clock under controlled environmental conditions.


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