thermal precipitator and the P.R.U. handpump

a critical study by J. G Dawes in [Sheffield]

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  • Mine dusts,
  • Dust -- Measurement

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Other titlesP.R.U. handpump
Series[Great Britain] Safety in Mines Research Establishment. Research report, no. 187
LC ClassificationsTN312 D3
The Physical Object
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL17142135M

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The thermal precipitator is the reference instrument used in British coal mines for the determination of concentrations of airborne dust. It is sometimes necessary to use other instruments to measure dust concentrations, and when this is done, e.g., with the PRU hand pump, the attempt is made to convert the measurements to equivalent thermal-precipitator by: 2.

thermal precipitator sampling. Suppose a thermal precipitator sample gives N particles perand that the optical density of the corresponding stain is D when n strokes are taken with a hand pump of volume v ; we may write S.D1,5xlOO N= (2 nv where S is a constant.

Pump-volume v remains sensibly constant and for most pumps is about. lished by means of the thermal precipitator, and overall by the P.R.U.

handpump taking a constant number of strokes for each sample. The samples taken for the purpose of test were taken with a handpump, the number of pump strokes being varied over a wide range so that a range of stain densities could be by: 1.

thermal precipitator in two representative factories, one making large blocks (Factory I) and the other ovoids (Factory II). The first series of samples was spoiled by large aggregates falling into the instrument.

They lodged on the hot wire of the precipitator, where they became partly volatilized, thermal precipitator and the P.R.U. handpump book the result that the dust deposits on the Author: H.

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For more complicated well conditions, such as high GOR, viscous oil, high-temperature wells, etc. a number of computer programs are available to automate this process. The thermal precipitator is accepted in Great Britain as the best available instrument for the sampling of insoluble dusts, but the evaluation of samples is slow and laborious For routine use in the control of air-borne dust in industry a quicker and easier method is highly desirable Some years ago the P R U (Pneumocomosis Research Unit) hand-pump was introduced for this purpose The sampled air Author: D.

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