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WO2012124285A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2012124285A1
Publication date: 2012-09-20
Application number: 2012001497
Filing date: 2012-03-05
Abstract: Provided are a lifting and collecting container and a lifting and collecting method
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US20100292525A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20100292525A1
Publication date: 2010-11-18
Application number: 12/662,938
Filing date: 2010-05-12
Abstract: An aspect of the present invention is a method of processing a waste material that contains mercury or a mercury compound, and chlorine or a mercury chloride, the method including a step of adding a chlorine scavenger to the waste material, and stowing the waste material in a treatment vessel; and a step of subjecting the waste material to a blasting treatment by fitting an explosive to the treatment vessel and detonating the explosive inside a pressure-proof container. An aspect of the present invention is a method of processing a waste material that contains mercury or a mercury compound, and chlorine or a mercury chloride, the method including a step of adding a chlorine scavenger to the waste material, and stowing the waste material in a ...more ...less
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WO2010113429A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2010113429A1
Publication date: 2010-10-07
Application number: 2010002069
Filing date: 2010-03-24
Abstract: Provided are a blasting method and a blasting device which can blast an object to be blasted by using a blasting explosive exhibiting fluidity and detonating the explosive reliably. A blasting method comprises a blasting preparation step for accommodating a blasting explosive (30) exhibiting fluidity in a container (20) Provided are a blasting method and a blasting device which can blast an object to be blasted by using a blasting explosive exhibiting fluidity and detonating the explosive reliably. A blasting method comprises a blasting preparation step for accommodating a blasting explosive ...more ...less
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US20090260509A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20090260509A1
Publication date: 2009-10-22
Application number: 12/227,157
Filing date: 2007-04-27
Abstract: It is intended to provide a pressure container which can prevent dispersion of a hazardous substance or the like to the exterior and ensure a high level of safety with a simple structure. To achieve this object, a pressure container (10) comprises an outer vessel (30) and an inner vessel (40) which receives an impact load produced at the time of blasting disposal operation. The inner vessel (40) is disposed inside the outer vessel (30). The inner vessel (40) has a pressure relieving part (50) which can discharge part of high-pressure gas produced in the inner vessel (40) at the time of the blasting disposal operation into a gap formed between the inner vessel (40) and the outer vessel (30). It is intended to provide a pressure container which can prevent dispersion of a hazardous substance or the like to the exterior and ensure a high level of safety with a simple structure. To achieve this object, a pressure container (10) comprises an outer vessel (30) and an ...more ...less
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US20070144637A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20070144637A1
Publication date: 2007-06-28
Application number: 10/583,859
Filing date: 2005-01-20
Abstract: A blasting method of blasting an explosive device at least containing an explosive and a chemical agent in a sealed pressure vessel that prevents soot generation during blasting and improves an efficiency of decomposing the chemical agent. First, a transported chemical bomb (explosive) 100 is placed and sealed in a blasting chamber (pressure vessel) 10. The blasting chamber 10 is then brought into a reduced-pressure or vacuum state by aspiration of the air therein by using a vacuum pump 13a and oxygen is supplied through an injection port 12 into the blasting chamber 10 to a pressure of 15 to 30% of atmospheric pressure. The chemical bomb 100 is then blasted, as it is ignited by an ignition device not shown in the Figure. A blasting method of blasting an explosive device at least containing an explosive and a chemical agent in a sealed pressure vessel that prevents soot generation during blasting and improves an efficiency of decomposing the chemical agent. First, a transported chemical bomb ...more ...less
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WO2007132634A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007132634A1
Publication date: 2007-11-22
Application number: 2007058599
Filing date: 2007-04-20
Abstract: A blasting processing device where the dispersion of harmful substances to the outside is suppressed by a simple structure. The blasting processing device (1) has a pressure tight vessel (10) having an external vessel (31) and an internal vessel (32) and also has a sucking device. The external vessel (31) has A blasting processing device where the dispersion of harmful substances to the outside is suppressed by a simple structure. The blasting processing device (1) has a pressure tight vessel (10) having an external vessel (31) and an internal vessel (32) and also has a sucking ...more ...less
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WO2007132668A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007132668A1
Publication date: 2007-11-22
Application number: 2007059174
Filing date: 2007-04-27
Abstract: A pressure vessel with a simple structure in which the diffusion of harmful substances to the outside can be suppressed and a high safety can be ensured. The pressure vessel (10) comprises an external vessel unit (30) and an internal vessel unit (40) for receiving an impact load generated during a blasting treatment. The internal vessel unit (40) is disposed inside the external vessel unit (30). The internal vessel unit (40) includes a pressure relief part (50) for allowing a part of a high-pressure gas produced therein during the blasting treatment to be discharged into the gap formed between the internal vessel unit (40) and the external vessel unit (30). A pressure vessel with a simple structure in which the diffusion of harmful substances to the outside can be suppressed and a high safety can be ensured. The pressure vessel (10) comprises an external vessel unit (30) and an internal vessel unit (40) for receiving an impact load ...more ...less
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WO2007129592A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007129592A1
Publication date: 2007-11-15
Application number: 2007059046
Filing date: 2007-04-26
Abstract: A method of cleaning the inside of a pressure vessel for blasting. The method enables a treatment to be conducted in a short time regardless of the state of residual substances. This cleaning method
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WO2007132614A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007132614A1
Publication date: 2007-11-22
Application number: 2007058241
Filing date: 2007-04-16
Abstract: The object is to rapidly clean-up an off-gas generated by explosion treatment in a pressure-resistant container to such a level that the off-gas can be exhausted. A target substance is subjected to explosion treatment in the inside of a pressure-resistant container to generate an off-gas. The off-gas is introduced into a combustion furnace to burn a fuel component contained in the off-gas. The off-gas given after the combustion is trapped in a reservoir section. When a component contained in the off-gas trapped in the reservoir section satisfies a predetermined emission requirement The object is to rapidly clean-up an off-gas generated by explosion treatment in a pressure-resistant container to such a level that the off-gas can be exhausted. A target substance is subjected to explosion treatment in the inside of a pressure-resistant container to generate ...more ...less
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WO2006112152A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006112152A1
Publication date: 2006-10-26
Application number: 2006303665
Filing date: 2006-02-28
Abstract: A device and a method capable of predicting the remaining life of a blasting treating chamber and a blasting treating facility. Strain gauges (30) are installed on the blasting treating chamber (10). The strain gauges (30) measure high-frequency repeated strains produced in the blasting treating chamber (10) for each blasting treatment. A cumulative fatigue damage degree by high-frequency repeated loads produced in the blasting treating chamber (10) by each blasting treatment is calculated by analyzing data on strain waveforms provided by the strain gauges (30). Based on the cumulative value of the cumulative fatigue damage degree A device and a method capable of predicting the remaining life of a blasting treating chamber and a blasting treating facility. Strain gauges (30) are installed on the blasting treating chamber (10). The strain gauges (30) measure high-frequency repeated strains produced in the ...more ...less
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WO2006112182A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006112182A1
Publication date: 2006-10-26
Application number: 2006304254
Filing date: 2006-03-06
Abstract: A blasting treating method for blast-treating harmful substances and blasting substances in a pressure-resistant vessel capable of increasing treatment efficiency while suppressing an increase in the size of the pressure-resistant vessel. The method comprises an installation step for installing a plurality of treated matters in the pressure-resistant vessel (10) at prescribed intervals A blasting treating method for blast-treating harmful substances and blasting substances in a pressure-resistant vessel capable of increasing treatment efficiency while suppressing an increase in the size of the pressure-resistant vessel. The method comprises an installation ...more ...less
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WO2006112181A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006112181A1
Publication date: 2006-10-26
Application number: 2006304253
Filing date: 2006-03-06
Abstract: A pressure-resistant vessel with increased durability for blast-treating treated matters such as harmful substances and explosive substances therein. The pressure-resistant vessel (10) comprises an outer container (31) and an inner container (32) installed in the outer container (31). The outer container (31) has a strength capable of holding a pressure generated at the time of blasting. The inner container (32) protects the outer container (31) from the fragments of the treated matters (100) by receiving them. The inner container (32) desirably covers the approximately entire inner surface of the outer container (31). A pressure-resistant vessel with increased durability for blast-treating treated matters such as harmful substances and explosive substances therein. The pressure-resistant vessel (10) comprises an outer container (31) and an inner container (32) installed in the outer container ...more ...less
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WO2005068932A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2005068932A1
Publication date: 2005-07-28
Application number: 2005000662
Filing date: 2005-01-20
Abstract: A blasting treatment method for treating
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RU2236881C2
Publication/Patent Number: RU2236881C2
Publication date: 2004-09-27
Application number: 2002123870
Filing date: 2002-09-06
Abstract: FIELD: poison disposal. ^ SUBSTANCE: invention
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RU2002123870A
Publication/Patent Number: RU2002123870A
Publication date: 2004-03-27
Application number: 2002123870
Filing date: 2002-09-06
Abstract: FIELD: poison disposal. ^ SUBSTANCE: invention