dust contamination


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Noun1.dust contamination - state of being contaminated with dust
contamination, taint - the state of being contaminated
2.dust contamination - the act of contaminating with dust particles
contamination, pollution - the act of contaminating or polluting; including (either intentionally or accidentally) unwanted substances or factors
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Katherine Sutton, deputy director of operations for Raigmore Hospital, confirmed the cancellations were due to dust contamination.
Dust control systems are a necessary step to prevent jobsite dirt and dust contamination. ZipWall[R] may save contractors hours on jobs such as commercial office space, tenant improvement projects, hotels, hospitals, and more.
Until then, dust contamination, cigarette butts from passersby or food wastage from children playing nearby, could have contaminated the bottles.
Minimising dust contamination when filling and shifting hundreds of tonnes of powdered ingredients through a factory is challenging for manufacturers, but there is now innovative new equipment available from Spiroflow.
This technology provides extreme miniaturization that reduces the gas flow rate, providing a significant immunity to dust contamination and humidity.
Dust contamination is a huge problem in many areas of industry--especially where the product needs to be painted, decorated or laminated.
The BICEP1 data support the assertion that dust contamination in this part of the sky is very low, Bock says.
Electrostatic dust contamination is present throughout the plastics industry.
A property development in Windhoek may bring dust contamination to a nearby Kindergarten but the developers said they are taking preventative measures to contain the effect of this pollution.
Inter- element relationship showed significant correlations between Ni and Cr (r = 0.461, p Less than 0.001), Pb and Cd (r = 0.933, p Less than 0.001), Zn and Cd (r = 0.939, p Less than 0.001), Zn and Cr (r = 0.487, p Less than 0.001) and Pb and Zn (r = 0.874, p Less than 0.001) indicating that household dust contamination by metals originated from a common anthropogenic source.
For almost 20 years, specific actions that include extensive training, task modification, special clothing, and protective materials to reduce exposure to lead dust contamination and tracking of lead dust to areas outside the work site are required when working on homes built prior to 1978.