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And E. P. S. S. production areas were found to be in the same range for similarly harvested cotton. Gins processing machine -stripped cotton had higher dust levels than those handling spindle-picked cotton, and roller gins were dustier than saw gins. The location of a gin in relation to its dust and trash collecting equipment outside the gin was of major importance in the occurrence of dust in gins, and the dust content of ambient air outside gins also had a major impact on dust levels within gins.
Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J . 1978, 39, 962-69. Paganini, O. Texas State Dep. of Health, Austin, TX. 1965. A. The Cotton Ginners' Journal and Yearbook 1980, 48 (1), 27-36. V. ACS Symposium on OSHA Cotton Dust Standards, March 29-30, 1981, Atlanta, GA. RECEIVED December 15, 1981. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1982. 4 W a s h i n g M e t h o d s for C o t t o n Effects on Fiber, Processing Qualities, and Dust Generation HENRY H. PERKINS, JR. and JOSEPH B. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Cotton Quality Research Station, Clemson, SC 29631 Thoroughly washed cotton generates less dust in pro cessing and is biologicall washed cotton an cotton dust standard.
E . W. Am. Soc. of Agr. Engr. Winter Meeting 1979, 79, (3553), 24. F. Trans, of the ASAE 1977, 20 (5), 962-68. ; Nevins, P. Environ. Control, Inc. Draft report, 1980. R. Special Session of Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conference 1977, p 4-6. B. "Cotton"; McGraw-Hill Book Co. New York, p 220. H. Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J . 1978, 39, 962-69. Paganini, O. Texas State Dep. of Health, Austin, TX. 1965. A. The Cotton Ginners' Journal and Yearbook 1980, 48 (1), 27-36. V. ACS Symposium on OSHA Cotton Dust Standards, March 29-30, 1981, Atlanta, GA.
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