Containment Systems: A Design Guide

By

  • Nigel Hirst, Author for the Institution of Chemical Engineers, United Kingdom
  • Martyn Ryder, Martyn Ryder is a director for Extract Technology & an author for the Institution of Chemical Engineers, United Kingdom
  • Mike Brocklebank

This 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.
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Audience

Process Engineers, Safety Engineers, Chemical Engineers, Process Plant Designers, Manufacturing Plant Designers, Safety Consultants

 

Book information

  • Published: November 2002
  • Imprint: GULF PROFESSIONAL PUBLISHING
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-7612-0


Table of Contents

Introduction to the Guide; Legislation; Occupational Hygiene Aspects of Containment; Typical Industrial Operations Requiring Containment; Principles for the Design of Containment Systems; Development of a Containment Strategy; Containment Equipment Types; Control of Wastes and Emissions; Operation and Maintenance of Containment Devices; Validation; Glossary; Appendices