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Fume extraction for a cleaner Workplace Environment

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Air pollution is a problem indoors as well as out doors. In the workplace, it might be welding gases; in a repair shop, it might be engine exhaust; and in a mechanical workshop, it might be fumes from quick-starting emergency-response vehicles or the oily fog from cutting fluids.

Bhart Forge Ltd, Pune: Increasing productivity with Cleaner Workshops

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One of the oldest known metalwork manufacturing processes where metal is pressed, pounded or squeezed under great pressure and heated into high strength parts is forgings. The domestic automotive sector and outsourcing have been the key drivers of growth for the forging industry in India with consistent increase in production, capacity utilization and exports. With the booming auto component industry with forging exports projected to touch US$5 billion (which is about 15% of the auto component exports) by 2015, the demand for forgings is expected to be at least 16% per annum. The forging industry is largely growing around automotive industry which is mainly concentrated in West as well as South India. But how are forging manufacturers maintaining the production premises? What is the cleaning technology being adopted? What are their specific cleaning requirements? Mohana M finds out…

Trends in cleaning: Driven by Ecology and Economics

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When mechanised cleaning was initially introduced, the main reason for purchasing an equipment was to save on personnel costs. Today, machine users pay attention to the quality of cleaning results, the efficiency of the technology used and, to an increased extent, to the aspects of environmental protection and ergonomics.

The power of cleaning with water

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What best way to clean with just water when you know it is harmless, causes no reactions or needs no dilution… Ignatius Ng, Area Manager – South/South Asia, speaks to Clean India Journal

Industrial cleaning solutions for CEMENT INDUSTRY

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Unlike steel, the cement industry demands round-the-clock housekeeping with fine dust floating constantly in the air or forming a thin carpet on the floor. This calls for specialised equipment with special features to ensure that air pollution levels are maintained well within the prescribed limits. At many cement factories, cleaning up of this residue is still being done with brooms, shovels and wheel barrows. Mohana discusses with Industry players the existing and prospective mechanised solutions for the cement industry…
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