Standard: B11/STD - ANSI B11 TR2

MIST CONTROL CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE DESIGN, INSTALLATION AND USE OF MACHINE TOOLS USING METALWORKING FLUIDS

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Scope:

This document provides guidelines for a uniform approach to the control of airborne contaminants generated by stationary machine tools used to cut and form materials.

Control shall be through the proper design, installation, use, and maintenance of the machine tool and its support systems (such as, but not limited to metalworking fluid delivery systems and air cleaning equipment).

Airborne contaminants can be generated due to:  tool action, workpiece action, metalworking fluid movement and characteristics, and thermal conditions.

These guidelines are meant to be used as a whole and should not be considered in part.

Organization: B11 Standards Inc. (Formerly AMT)
Document Number: ansi b11 tr2
Publish Date: 1997-01-01
Page Count: 51
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: YES
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active

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