fugitive dust and petroleum coke hazards

fugitive dust and petroleum coke hazards

Petroleum Coke: Industry, Health, and Environmental

2 天前  Petroleum Coke: Industry, Health, and Environmental Issues North American crude oil and natural gas production has increased significantly over the past decade, primarily as a result of new or improved technologies (e.g., hydraulic fracturing, directional drilling, in

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Safety Data Sheet Petroleum Coke - Sinclair Oil

2021-11-3  dust dispersed in air in sufficient concentrations and in the presence of an ignition source is a potential dust explosion hazard. Combustion will produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides and hydrocarbon fragments. ... bone marrow from male and female rats were exposed to green coke dust at 0-30 mg/m3 for 5 ... Petroleum Coke: 96 ...

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Combustible Dust - Occupational Safety and Health ...

2020-9-15  Raw yucca seed dust Rice dust Rice flour Rice starch Rye flour Semolina Soybean dust Spice dust Spice powder Sugar (10x) Sunflower Sunflower seed dust Tea Tobacco blend Tomato Walnut dust Wheat flour Wheat grain dust Wheat starch Xanthan gum CarbonaceousDusts Charcoal, activated Charcoal, wood Coal, bituminous Coke, petroleum

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PETROLEUM COKE: ESSENTIAL TO MANUFACTURING

2014-11-21  Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a product produced from all types of oil (light/heavy crudes) during the oil refining process. Many different products are extracted from a barrel of crude oil in addition to gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Petroleum coke just one of the many. Petroleum coke is not a new product and has been produced since the 1930s.

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Petroleum Coke: Industry and Environmental Issues

Petroleum Coke: Industry and Environmental Issues Congressional Research Service Summary In early 2013, media outlets around Detroit, Michigan began publishing stories about large piles of petroleum coke stored along the Detroit Riverfront. Petroleum coke (petcoke) is a black-

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) - ArcelorMittal

2015-6-22  5(b) Specific Hazards arising from the chemical: When burned, toxic smoke and vapor may be emitted including, oxides of carbon, metal oxides and other toxic vapors. Coke dust may form combustible mixtures in the air.

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PETROLEUM COKE CATEGORY ANALYSIS AND HAZARD ...

2013-9-27  The hazard potential for the petroleum coke category has been characterized by evaluating existing data, testing green coke to fill data gaps, then „reading across‟ the green coke results to the other category member, calcined coke.

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SAFETY DATA SHEET

2017-12-18  Petroleum Coke Coke; Anode Grade Coke; Petroleum Grade Fuel Coke CHEMTREC® (800) 424-9300 CCN 201319 SAFETY DATA SHEET Product name Synonyms Emergency telephone number Section 1. Identification::: Chemical name :Coke (petroleum) Manufacturer :HollyFrontier Refining Marketing LLC 2828 North Harwood Suite 1300 Dallas,

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A Guide to Combustible Dusts

2018-6-19  The primary factor in assessing the potential for dust explosion hazards is the combustibility of the dust. Again, a com-bustible dust is characterized by the ability of the material to pass through a U.S. No. 40 Standard Sieve, i.e., it is 420 µm or smaller in diameter and presents a fire or explosion hazard when dispersed in air and ignited.

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Section 1: Identification Section ...

2017-5-24  5(b) Specific Hazards arising from the chemical: Not applicable for solid product. When burned, toxic smoke or vapour may be emitted including, oxides of carbon, metal oxides and other toxic vapour. Coke dust may form combustible mixtures with air.

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Petroleum coke exposure leads to altered secretome ...

Petroleum coke (PC) is a coal-like product that is produced during the refinement of crude oil and bituminous sand. Fugitive dust from open storage of PC in urban areas is a potential human health concern. Animal inhalation studies suggest that PC leads to an adverse pulmonary histopathology, includ

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Health Effects of Petroleum Coke Petroleum Coke on ...

2016-9-16  What is petroleum coke? Petroleum coke, also called pet coke or petcoke, is a solid carbon material that resembles coal; it is a product of oil refining. What are the health risks of petroleum coke? Significant quantities of fugitive dust from pet coke

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Guidance Document for the Storage and Handling of ...

2015-2-18  EPA-450/2-92-004, Fugitive Dust Background Document and Technical Information Document for Best Available Control Measures, September 1992 Process Guidance Note NIPG 3/5 (Version 2), Coal, Coke, Coal Product and Petroleum Coke Processes, U.K. Department of the Environment 3 Terms and Definitions

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Safety Data Sheet Petroleum Coke - Sinclair Oil

2021-11-3  dust dispersed in air in sufficient concentrations and in the presence of an ignition source is a potential dust explosion hazard. Combustion will produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides and hydrocarbon fragments. ... bone marrow from male and female rats were exposed to green coke dust at 0-30 mg/m3 for 5 ... Petroleum Coke: 96 ...

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Combustible Dust - Occupational Safety and Health ...

2020-9-15  Raw yucca seed dust Rice dust Rice flour Rice starch Rye flour Semolina Soybean dust Spice dust Spice powder Sugar (10x) Sunflower Sunflower seed dust Tea Tobacco blend Tomato Walnut dust Wheat flour Wheat grain dust Wheat starch Xanthan gum CarbonaceousDusts Charcoal, activated Charcoal, wood Coal, bituminous Coke, petroleum Lampblack Lignite ...

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SAFETY DATA SHEET - Valero Energy

2020-1-3  Pamphlet No. 654, Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions in the Chemical, Dye, Pharmaceutical, and Plastics Industries." Petroleum Coke - Anode, Fluid and Fuel Grade Prepared by 3E Company 912487 Version #: 02 Revison date: 28-May-2014 Print date: 28-May-2014 2 / 6

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Petroleum Coke in the Urban Environment: A Review of ...

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a granular coal-like industrial by-product that is separated during the refinement of heavy crude oil. Recently, the processing of material from Canadian oil sands in U.S. refineries has led to the appearance of large petcoke piles

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Section 1: Identification Section ...

2017-5-24  5(b) Specific Hazards arising from the chemical: Not applicable for solid product. When burned, toxic smoke or vapour may be emitted including, oxides of carbon, metal oxides and other toxic vapour. Coke dust may form combustible mixtures with air.

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A Guide to Combustible Dusts

2018-6-19  The primary factor in assessing the potential for dust explosion hazards is the combustibility of the dust. Again, a com-bustible dust is characterized by the ability of the material to pass through a U.S. No. 40 Standard Sieve, i.e., it is 420 µm or smaller in diameter and presents a fire or explosion hazard when dispersed in air and ignited.

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Dust suppression methods and compositions - Betz ...

Treatment rates were 0.5 gallon oil or oil plus extender per ton of coke dust. Relative dustiness testing was performed after the samples had been treated and stored for 24 hours at 225° F., and again after 24 hours' storage at 70° F. Percent dust suppression was calculated based on the relative dustiness index (R.D.I.) of treated and ...

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Petroleum coke exposure leads to altered secretome ...

Petroleum coke (PC) is a coal-like product that is produced during the refinement of crude oil and bituminous sand. Fugitive dust from open storage of PC in urban areas is a potential human health concern. Animal inhalation studies suggest that PC leads to an adverse pulmonary histopathology, includ

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Health Effects of Petroleum Coke Petroleum Coke on ...

2016-9-16  What is petroleum coke? Petroleum coke, also called pet coke or petcoke, is a solid carbon material that resembles coal; it is a product of oil refining. What are the health risks of petroleum coke? Significant quantities of fugitive dust from pet coke

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Safety Data Sheet Petroleum Coke - Sinclair Oil

2021-11-3  dust dispersed in air in sufficient concentrations and in the presence of an ignition source is a potential dust explosion hazard. Combustion will produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides and hydrocarbon fragments. ... bone marrow from male and female rats were exposed to green coke dust at 0-30 mg/m3 for 5 ... Petroleum Coke: 96 ...

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COMBUSTIBLE DUST POCKET GUIDE - emsl

2021-4-21  where fugitive dust has accumulated may dislodge more accumulated dust into the air, or damage a containment system (such as a duct, vessel, ... Combustible dust explosion hazards exist in a variety of industries, in-cluding: agriculture, chemicals, food (e.g., candy, sugar, spice, starch, ... Coke, petroleum Lampblack Lignite Peat, 22%H20 Soot ...

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Petroleum Coke in the Urban Environment: A Review of ...

2021-11-15  Abstract: Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a granular coal-like industrial by-product that is separated during the refinement of heavy crude oil. Recently, the processing of material from Canadian oil sands in U.S. refineries has led to the appearance of large petcoke piles adjacent to urban communities in Detroit and Chicago.

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SAFETY DATA SHEET - Valero Energy

2020-1-3  Pamphlet No. 654, Prevention of Fire and Dust Explosions in the Chemical, Dye, Pharmaceutical, and Plastics Industries." Petroleum Coke - Anode, Fluid and Fuel Grade Prepared by 3E Company 912487 Version #: 02 Revison date: 28-May-2014 Print date: 28-May-2014 2 / 6

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Dust explosion hazard of pulverized fuel carry-over ...

2005-6-30  In all cases tested, the presence of petroleum coke in the fuel reduced the prevailing dust explosion hazard (primarily because of the low volatile content of the petroleum coke). The focus in the current paper is on the dust explosion hazard presented by the waste products in a PF plant – i.e. the fly ash and bottom ash.

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) - ArcelorMittal

2015-6-22  5(b) Specific Hazards arising from the chemical: When burned, toxic smoke and vapor may be emitted including, oxides of carbon, metal oxides and other toxic vapors. Coke dust may form combustible mixtures in the air.

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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Section 1: Identification Section ...

2017-5-24  5(b) Specific Hazards arising from the chemical: Not applicable for solid product. When burned, toxic smoke or vapour may be emitted including, oxides of carbon, metal oxides and other toxic vapour. Coke dust may form combustible mixtures with air.

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Dust suppression methods and compositions - Betz ...

Treatment rates were 0.5 gallon oil or oil plus extender per ton of coke dust. Relative dustiness testing was performed after the samples had been treated and stored for 24 hours at 225° F., and again after 24 hours' storage at 70° F. Percent dust suppression was calculated based on the relative dustiness index (R.D.I.) of treated and ...

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