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by Nigel Hirst,Martyn Ryder,Mike Brocklebank

  • ISBN: 0750676124
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Nigel Hirst,Martyn Ryder,Mike Brocklebank
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing; 1 edition (November 21, 2002)
  • Pages: 199 pages
  • FB2 size: 1500 kb
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He is a Fellow of IChemE and the Engineering Council.

This is the only book that covers containment, specifically for the process industries. This Guide provides a structured approach to the selection process.

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By: Hirst, Nigel; Ryder, Martyn; Brocklebank, Mike. This is the only book that covers containment, specifically for the process industries

By: Hirst, Nigel; Ryder, Martyn; Brocklebank, Mike. Publisher: Gulf Professional Publishing. Print ISBN: 9780750676120, 0750676124.

Containment Systems: A Design Guide is the only book that covers containment, specifically for the process industries. This Guide covers the range of containment equipment from simple air-flow control devices to enclosures that restrict exposures to well below a microgram per cubic meter averaged over a working day. The selection of a particular containment system for a particular transfer operation can be difficult because of the wide choice available. This Guide provides a structured approach to the selection process.Covers the legislation for containment guidelines in the US, UK, and EuropeProvides an exhaustive list of containment equipment, including chapters on maintenance and reliabilityShows the engineer how to develop a containment strategy for his/her plant

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