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OSHA Combustible Dust Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0BwXCwzOQ_F0wYTc1YmJmZTMtN2FhNC00YzNlLTk2NTgtOWQyNjJhNGQ1YjFh&hl=en Here is link to the OSHA ANPRM…

Started by John AstadLatest Reply

What is the risk of a low Kst

We have tested our needle coke dust and the highest test was a Kst of 30 bar.m/s and was not ignitable in the MIE test (MIE > 4607 mJ).…

Started by Jay CuellarLatest Reply

To be explosion-proof or not to be...

Hi all, hoping to get your thoughts and experience. As we all know, there's lots of confusion regarding combustible dust. My company (an in…

Started by Rachel BrutoskyLatest Reply

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Homework Assignment for the ComDust group

"fire was contained to the dust collector.." Homework for the group-Is NAICS: 332111/Iron and Steel Forging in the OSHA ComDust NEP? Helpfu…

Started by John Astad

0 Jan 10, 2011

Wood Dust Shaker dust collectors

I am currently doing a study on wood shop dust collectors. The majority of the installations are shaker style with the tube sheet located o…

Started by John E. BAchynski

7 Nov 7, 2010
Reply by Jeffrey Nichols

Wood Flour Dust Explosion/Fire. Excellent explanation by Fire Chief Andy Mason of process materials, situations, and conditions.

Factory fire causes $350,000 damagehttp://www.wnewsj.com/main.asp?SectionID=49&SubSectionID=156&ArticleID=183186 Gary Huffenberge…

Started by John Astad

8 Mar 31, 2010
Reply by John Astad

Combustible Dust Testing (Appendix E) Consultancy - Nanoview Associates LLC

This is Robert T Dombrowski - President / Principal Scientist of Nanoview Associates (NVA) LLC Nanoview Associates (NVA) LLC offers a wide…

Started by Robert T Dombrowski

2 Feb 11, 2010
Reply by Robert T Dombrowski

OSHA Ventilation Standard Revise for Combustible Dust

http://dustexplosions.blogspot.com/2010/01/osha-ventilation-standard-revise-for.html Should Industrial Ventilation as the most important e…

Started by John Astad

1 Jan 20, 2010
Reply by Fred Ravenscraft

Combustible Dust ANPRM-Stakeholder Meeting

http://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=FEDERAL_REGISTER&p_id=21185 SUMMARY: OSHA invites interested parties to…

Started by John Astad

4 Nov 11, 2009
Reply by John Astad

Thanks for Everyone's Support!

I"d like to personally thank all group members for your enthusiastic support. I've learned quite a bit from the many participants in the di…

Started by John Astad

5 Nov 2, 2009
Reply by John Astad

"Who is John Astad and why should I pay attention to the unusual amount of posts he makes everywhere on the net about combustible dusts?"comment on OSHA Underground

http://oshaunderground.blogspot.com/2009/09/csb-recommendations-deficient-flash.html IH-Region 1 left the comment on the post "CSB Recommen…

Started by John Astad

4 Oct 27, 2009
Reply by ivan soto

OSHA Combustible Dust Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0BwXCwzOQ_F0wYTc1YmJmZTMtN2FhNC00YzNlLTk2NTgtOWQyNjJhNGQ1YjFh&hl=en Here is link to the OSHA ANPRM…

Started by John Astad

5 Oct 22, 2009
Reply by John Astad

Combustible Dust Clean Up

I am looking for some input into the clean up of Combustible Dust. I work for Technical Risk Management we are a full service Fire Protecti…

Started by Terry Drummond

1 Oct 20, 2009
Reply by Jeffrey Nichols

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Homework Assignment for the ComDust group

"fire was contained to the dust collector.." Homework for the group-Is NAICS: 332111/Iron and Steel Forging in the OSHA ComDust NEP?Helpful resource for group homework assignment: Combustible Dust…Continue

Tags: combustible dust, OSHA, NEP., NAICS

Started by John Astad Jan 10, 2011.

Wood Dust Shaker dust collectors 7 Replies

I am currently doing a study on wood shop dust collectors. The majority of the installations are shaker style with the tube sheet located on the bottom. ie the dirty air flows inside the filter bag.…Continue

Started by John E. BAchynski. Last reply by Jeffrey Nichols Nov 7, 2010.

Combustible Dust Testing (Appendix E) Consultancy - Nanoview Associates LLC 2 Replies

This is Robert T Dombrowski - President / Principal Scientist of Nanoview Associates (NVA) LLCNanoview Associates (NVA) LLC offers a wide range of scientific / technical consulting services that help…Continue

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