Test Chamber Simulation Studies Confirm Respirator Effectiveness for Airborne Coal Dust

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A number of personal injury claims asserted that NIOSH-approved respirators worn by coal miners were tested using silica dust and therefore were not effective for miners exposed to airborne coal dust. The NIOSH method evaluated the performance of air-purifying respirators according to Title 30, Part 11 of the Code of Federal Regulations. A law firm […]

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Multi-Faceted Support for International Liquefied Natural Gas Production

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RJ Lee Group provides significant technical support to Fortune 500 companies for international liquefied natural gas production, including those involved in energy production. Technical challenges that are already significant become magnified when working across continents, cultures, and environments – e.g., the middle east is particularly harsh from a corrosion standpoint. In this example, RJ Lee […]

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Award-Winning ASCAT Technology Provides Accurate, Rapid and Detailed Inclusion Data to Improve Productivity and Product Quality in the Steel Industry

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Industry Problem In any given sample, at any step of the steel production process, the possibility exists that there are inclusions of varying chemistry and morphology that may impact product quality. Traditional examination of inclusions in a processed material could take a trained analyst as much as a week to characterize using microscope techniques. Even […]

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