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combustible

Capable of undergoing combustion in air, at pressures and temperatures that might occur during a fire in a building.
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Condiciones de los flujos de entrada al proceso Corriente Temperatura [[grados]C] Presion [KPa] Combustible 32,22 101,4 Aire 32,22 101,4 Fuente: elaboracion propia Tabla 2.
Chemical Safety Board, there have been 50 combustible dust explosions or fires resulting in 15 deaths and 127 injuries, since 2007.
* NFPA 484: Standard for Combustible Metals, Current Edition: 2012
En el analisis se utiliza como base de informacion el Inventario de Emisiones del Concepcion Metropolitano 2008 (UDTPROTERM, 2011) del cual se obtienen las emisiones de MP10 y el tipo de combustible por fuente, para luego estimar los consumos de combustibles de las fuentes utilizando el inverso de los factores de emision (AP42 de la Agencia de Proteccion Ambiental de EEUU).
Use non-combustible materials, such as rock or pea stone around gas meters and combustible walls;
Properly trained personnel should perform combustible dust cleaning.
CSB said that in spite this long history of combustible dust accidents, AL Solutions failed to implement proper engineering and housekeeping controls to safeguard workers.
Hughes Environmental (HughesEnv.com) is a combustible dust remediation specialist and commercial and industrial duct cleaning company based in Louisville, Kentucky.
Insurance Company: The FM Global data sheet 7-76 Prevention and Mitigation of Combustible Dust lists "Woodworking" as the greatest number of "Losses by Industry" and "Dust Collectors" as highest number of "Losses by Equipment Type."
SENSIT Technologies' SENSIT HXG2d Combustible Gas Leak Detector has received ATEX compliance certification.