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Articles Tagged with ''dust explosions''

Combustible dust will ruin your day, if you don’t watch out

Stinger explosion isolation valve
Combustible-dust explosions are a big concern shared by process-goods makers. The Stinger explosion-isolation valve isolates dust-collector explosions.
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Dust Explosion Propagation: Myths and Realities

The unfortunate propensity of dust explosions to destroy entire facilities and claim lives has been reported in numerous past incidents. A recent illustration is the massive explosion that occurred on February 7th, 2008 at the Imperial Sugar Company in Port Wentworth (Georgia), where 14 people were killed and 36 people were injured.
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How to Reduce the Risk of Fires and Dust Explosions

Numerous small- and large-scale explosions happen in the processing industry every year. Hammer mills, dryers and grinders in the processing industry are developing sparks and can cause silos and storage
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