Evaluation of airborne lead in the welding working environment.

  title={Evaluation of airborne lead in the welding working environment.},
  author={A A Abdel Hameed and Mamdouh I. Khoder},
  journal={Journal of environmental monitoring : JEM},
  volume={2 2},
Manual and automatic welding machines (which use leaded alloys) are considered to be important sources of the emission of lead fumes into the general air of the working environment. Three workplaces at a television factory were selected for the present study, to determine the control class of the working unit. The concentrations of conventional measurements ("A" sampling points) were lower than the administrative control level (statutory standard of lead, 150 microg m(-3)), whereas the maximum… CONTINUE READING

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