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This book discusses the halogenated cleaning systems currently in use and how to control emissions through specific technologies, and the costs involved in using these techniques.
Industry and businesses which use halogenated solvent cleaning systems.
3. Organic Solvent Cleaner Characteristics and Emissions
3.2 Organic Solvent Cleaning Processes
3.3 Emission Mechanisms and Types
3.4 Typical Emission Scenarios for Vapor Cleaners
4. Emission Control Techniques
4.2 Open Top Vapor Cleaners
4.3 In-Line Cleaners
4.4 Cold Cleaners
4.5 Integrated Control Strategies
4.6 Alternative Cleaning Agents
5. Cost Analysis
5.2 Costing Methodology
5.3 Open Top Vapor Cleaners
5.4 In-Line Cleaners
Appendix A: Derivation of Combined Efficiency Formula
Appendix B: Overall Efficiency of Selected Control Scenarios
Appendix C-1: Derivation of Capital Costs
Appendex C-2: Derivation of Annual Costs
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- © William Andrew 1990
- 31st December 1990
- William Andrew
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