3 edition of Compressed air safety. found in the catalog.
Compressed air safety.
|Series||Health and safety series booklet ;, HS(G) 39|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive.|
|LC Classifications||TJ985 .C62 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||90146403|
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The air intakes for all air compressors shall be located at a place where fumes, exhaust, gases, and other air contaminants will be at a minimum. (h)(10) Gauges indicating the pressure in the working chamber shall be installed in the compressor building, the.
Division of Industrial Safety. Subchapter 1. Unfired Pressure Vessel Safety Orders (Sections - ) Subchapter 2. Boiler and Fired Pressure Vessel Safety Orders (Sections - ) Subchapter 3. Compressed Air Safety Orders (Governing Work in Compressed Air) (Sections - ) Subchapter 4.
Construction Safety Orders (Sections - ). Compressed Air and Gas Handbook. The Compressed Air and Gas Handbook is the authoritative reference source for general information about compressed air and for specific information about proper installation, use, and maintenance of compressors and pneumatic equipment.
This illustrated volume contains engineering information from leading manufacturers and valuable reference data pertinent to. Reflecting the volatility of compressed air, this guidance promotes greater safety knowledge and is addressed to compressor designers, manufacturers, installers and users.
Emphasis is on raising awareness of headline dangers of air compression use, eg orificial bodily entry, skin penetration, explosions and optical damage caused by particles. Compressed air is frequently used to blow water or dirt off of manufactured parts, similar to the way a leaf blower is used to clean a driveway.
These compressed air cleanups, called “blow-offs,” typically include a pipe or a hose supplied with compressed air that feeds to one or more outlets or nozzles.
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