Case Studies- Fume Extraction- Norton Sandblasting Equipment

Case Studies:
Problems and Solutions

 

Art School Studio

Students and teachers had concerns for their health when dealing with fumes from exposure to: paint, oils, solvents, ceramics, and welding.

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case_art-school.pdf
(824 KB)


Chicago Museum

Cleaning fossilized bone from Sue, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus Rex, created large amounts of fine dirt, sand and debris.

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case_chic-museum.pdf
(936 KB)

Analytical Laboratory

Vapors, solvents, and reactive liquids created discomfort and health concerns amongst laboratory specialists.

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case_laboratory.pdf
(887 KB)

Fiber Optic Manufacturer

Employees were exposed to the strong odor of the epoxy they used to connect fiber optic cable.

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case_fiberopticmfgr.pdf
(769 KB)

John Burroughs School

The Fine Art's Building exposed students and educators to the dust from sculptures, plaster, and ceramics.

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case_schl-burroughs.pdf
(833 KB)