High-speed disc pulverizers for medium-hard, impact-resistant, and friable
Due to that, there was no "volley"-emissions of friable
dust as it is conventional by using the cleaning methods whose operating period is long (as cleaning by shotblast).
1953), a railbed was weakened by water; in Illinois Merchant's Trust, 4 BTA 103 (1926), pilings rotted--and in this case, asbestos fireproofing became friable
over time from exposure to air.
Exiled from Chile after the 1973 coup against Salvador Allende (she has since returned to her homeland), the artist creates poetry, performances, and sculpture that rely on the fragile and the friable
- those aspects of language, action, and objects that, as she has said, are "twice precarious, they come from prayer and predict their own destruction.
For instance, whereas one anode proved optimal in loam, a friable
mix of clay, silt, and sand, the best performance in clay was obtained from two anodes.
coupled with their height, and the friable
, porous nature of the coral blocks, means that they can occasionally, simply collapse into a heap of rubble.
Much of it is friable
and must be removed or encapsulated.
However, the EPA only regulates friable
materials, that is, materials with more than 1 percent asbestos that crumble under hand-applied pressure.
Rinspiration is used proximal to distal; you don't have to cross the thrombus and the underlying friable
lesion to remove it," said Dr.
Paddle agitators deliver gentler mixing which is more suited for shear-sensitive and friable
DPV-B Series dense-phase conveyors are said to be ideal for moving large quantities of powdered, granular or pelletized friable
and abrasive materials.
The web features a solid matrix including an ultrahigh molecular weight polyolefin component and a friable
, highly dispersing, precipitated silica component.