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Apr 01, 2021

Jul 05, 2017 The empty buckets on the down side of an elevator act like a fan pushing dusty air around the device. In the event of a dust explosion, a rapid rise in pressure occurs in the typically lightweight elevator structure due to the combustion event. The NFPA published NFPA 652 – Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust in 2016

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