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in-18 [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... inch lead equivalent shielding to block the primary beam. No additional shielding beyond standard drywall construction is normally required on the other walls except in special cases, such ...
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in-16 [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... required for the operator. 4. Two five-eighths (5 /8 ) inch drywall or one thirty-seconds (1 /32) inch of lead equivalent shielding ( ...
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in-20 [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... to a height of seven (7 ) feet. No additional shielding beyond standard drywall construction is normally required on the other walls except in special cases, such ...
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... to a height of seven (7 ) feet. No additional shielding beyond standard drywall construction is normally required on the other walls except in special cases, such ...
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... the operator. The control switch can be mounted in the hallway or behind a drywall barrier in the room. Standard drywall construction is sufficient shielding for any wall ...
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... inch lead equivalent shielding to block the primary beam. No additional shielding beyond standard drywall construction is normally required on the other walls except in special cases, such ...
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cover 2.p65 [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... Cephalosporium): Several species of Acremonium are commonly isolated from water-damaged indoor materials including drywall, wood, and paper products. Acremonium strictum is the most common species ...
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Health Consultation [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... [SCS Engineers/HSA Golden 2015] . Construction and demolition debris contains gypsum drywall, which creates hydrogen sulfide gas when it decomposes. Organic material in municipal ...
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Saufley Field 07.17.06 release [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
... . It consists of concrete, asphalt, wood, metals, gypsum wallboard or drywall, and roofing material. Gypsum wallboard is of special concern as it is ...
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Saufley Landfill [Documents (PDF, Word, etc.)]
hydrogen sulfide levels
... . • Of the many components of construction and demolition debris waste materials present, drywall is of special concern. It is a major component of construction and demolition ...
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