dust chamber

dust chamber

[′dəst ‚chām·bər]
(engineering)
A chamber through which gases pass to permit deposition of solid particles for collection. Also known as ash collector; dust collector.
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In particular, the sulfuric acid section, the dust chamber of converters have been overhauled, and gas flues have been completely repaired.
Performance of the method was further verified using coal dust samples collected in a dust chamber at the OMSHR laboratory in Pittsburgh.
Roan says its saw filters more than 90 percent of the dust, and the dust chamber only has to be dumped every 50 to 60 cuts.
Tested in accordance with Ingress Protection (IP) standards by an independent European test facility, the high performance Stealth metal detector was subjected to a 80[degrees]C (175[degrees]F) steam clean spray at various angles with pressure up to 100bar (1500 PSI), as well as being placed in a dust chamber for eight hours.
There's a see-through dust chamber, with a side-opening door for easy emptying, and a triple-action filtration system.
Nine (9) samples (3 per method) were collected each time in the dust chamber in order to compare the methods (paired Student's t-tests over a bilateral distribution).
Conducted by a recognized independent laboratory testing facility, the IP6x testing (for dust) was conducted in a dust chamber for 8 hours using talcum powder with units in the Off position.
Keep brushes and tubes clean and add a few drops of perfume to the hoover bag or dust chamber to spread an attractive aroma throughout every room in minutes.
Keeping the brushes, tubes and interior of your hoover clean and adding a few drops of perfume to the hoover bag or dust chamber can spread an attractive aroma throughout every room in minutes
Police investigations showed that the explosion occurred after smoke started rising from the wood dust collector of a 50 square meter dust chamber during operation as workers assembled near the site to see what was happening.
Frederick Willson had established a laboratory for respiratory research and, in 1924, the company developed the first dust chamber in the U.
Available accessories include a choice of three types of high-grade tooled steel cutting tool sets, sieve cassettes, collecting vessels, sample exhauster with cyclone dust chamber, and support frame.