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Appendix D - Methods For Controlling Respirable Coal Mine Dust From Overburden Drilling At Surface Coal Mines - D.l Engineering Controls
  • Published Date:
    1/1/1997
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    Engineering controls for overburden drilling include dry dust collection systems, wet dust suppression systems, and enclosed cabs [Zimmer and Lueck 1986; Volkwein et al. 1979]. Proper maintenance of the dust suppression system is critically important for drills using dry dust suppression methods. Failure to rigorously maintain these systems will result in inadequate dust control. Acute silicosis has been reported in miners operating equipment that relies on dry dust suppression [NOSH 1992].

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