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VDI 3677 BLATT 3 - FILTERING-SEPARATORS - HIGH-TEMPERATURE GAS FILTRATION Organization: VDI
Date: 2012-11-01
Description: This applies to: power plant processes: woodchip combustion gasification of waste and biomass, e.g. wood incineration of household and industrial waste, clinical waste and low-level radioactive waste, e.g. protective clothing, equipment recovery of precious metals and other valuable resources from catalysts production of catalysts separation of calcium carbide in calcium carbide production calcining processes, e.g. nanopowder production (e.g. pigments) or aluminium oxide metal production, e.g. magnesium dust extraction from furnaces and fluid-bed processes, e.g. in the glass industry aluminium sulphate production foundry sand preparation
ASTM D7392 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR PM DETECTOR AND BAG LEAK DETECTOR MANUFACTURERS TO CERTIFY CONFORMANCE WITH DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS FOR CEMENT PLANTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-10-01
Description: This practice applies to (a) wet or dry process cement kilns equipped with electrostatic precipitators, and (b) dry process kilns, including pre-heater pre-calciner kiln systems, equipped with fabric filter controls. Some types of monitoring instruments are suitable for only certain types of applications.
NFPA 122 - STANDARD FOR FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL IN METAL/NONMETAL MINING AND METAL MINERAL PROCESSING FACILITIES - EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/1/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: As applies to surface metal mineral processing plants, this standard shall not cover the following: (1) Solvent extraction plants (2) Pressure-leaching processes (3) Alumina refineries (4) Nonmetal mineral processing plants (5) Metal smelters including roasting, sintering, and calcining (6) Metal refineries such as electrowinning or electrorefining processes (7) Gas, liquid, or solid waste handling or storage systems Nothing in this standard is intended to prohibit the use of new methods or devices, provided sufficient technical data are submitted to the authority having jurisdiction to demonstrate that the new method or device is equivalent in quality, effectiveness, durability, and safety to that specified by this standard.
API PUBL 349 - AIR TOXICS EMISSION FACTORS FOR COMBUSTION SOURCES USING PETROLEUM-BASED FUELS - GRAPHICAL-USER-INTERFACE DATABASE AND USER'S MANUAL VERSION 2.0.1 Organization: API
Date: 1998-10-01
Description: Engineering judgment and statistical analysis were used to determine whether the design or operating parameters had a significant impact on emissions. Pooling of different system and fuel types within each of the five groups was allowed to increase the quality of the resultant emissions factors.

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