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Managing the Foundry Indoor Air Environment (Download)

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  • ISBN: 978-0-87433-449-4 Principal Author: Robert C. Scholz, P.E., C.I.H This manual expands on an emerging theme that is visibly growing in the industry - the need to integrate ventilation design in the foundry. The most notable change associated with integrated design is the concurrent consideration of air supply and exhaust methods. This integrated approach consists of a "bubble approach" to the in-plant environment and plant emissions. Chapters include: • Ventilation Control at the Source • Supply Air and General Ventilation Methods • Ventilation of Molding and Coremaking Operations • Raw Materials and Residuals Handling and Housekeeping • Strategy for Maintaining Ventilation System Performance • Establishing a Monitoring/Inspection Protocol Key words: Management, Human Resources, Marketing