Accession Number : AD0752534
Title : Air Pollution and Industrial Hygiene Evaluation of Maintenance Shops, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma. Part I.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LAB MCCLELLAN AFB CALIF
Personal Author(s) : Burnett,Ronald D.
Report Date : OCT 1971
Pagination or Media Count : 67
Abstract : The Oklahoma City Air Material Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB has the maintenance responsibility for the J-57, J-75, TF-33, J-79, TF-41, and TF-30 Jet engines. All of the major industrial processes associated with overhaul of these engines are located in a large air conditioned building. The primary objectives of the study were the evaluation of potential exposures to workers to airborne contaminants (industrial hygiene evaluations), general or ambient concentrations of airborne contaminants, air pollution potential of process exhaust emissions, and possible cross contamination between process outlets and fresh air intakes resulting from the major industrial operations located in the north end of the building.
Descriptors : (*INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, MILITARY FACILITIES), (*AIR POLLUTION, *MILITARY FACILITIES), VENTILATION, JET ENGINES, MAINTENANCE, EXPOSURE(PHYSIOLOGY), ORGANIC SOLVENTS, HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS, ETHYLENES, METALS, GAS ANALYSIS, PARTICLES, CLEANING, WELDING, AIR FORCE, OKLAHOMA
Subject Categories : Environmental Health and Safety
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE