Milling Sample Clauses

Milling. 1. Mill dried biomass samples in a standard laboratory knife mill to pass a 2mm screen. Collect the entire milled sample to minimize separation of plant tissues.
Milling all labor, equipment, and material necessary to remove and clear the wellbore as needed to reach total depth by milling the wellbore. SHOOTING: all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to sever/shoot a casing or tubing to remove the casing or tubing string by shooting. CUTTING: all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to sever/cut a casing or tubing to remove the casing or tubing string by cutting. LOST CIRCULATION MATERIALS: all labor, equipment, and materials necessary to expose portions of the wellbore to lost circulation materials (LCM), as necessary. Contractor shall implement LCM to aid in obtaining wellbore circulation prior to any cementing operations. Contractor shall select LCM based on Well Site conditions. DRILLING MUD: all labor, materials, and equipment required to provide a fresh or saltwater-based drilling mud as dictated by downhole conditions. HYDROGEN SULFIDE SCAVENGER: all labor, materials, and equipment required to provide a hydrogen sulfide scavenger, such as Sulfa-Clear or an or its equivalent. The hydrogen sulfide scavenger shall be applied at a rate to eliminate the presence of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) at the surface. H2S SAFETY TEAM: all labor, materials, equipment required to install and implement safety procedures in the presence of H2S gas in excess of permissible exposure limits (PEL). Per 29 CFR 1910.1000, Air Contaminants, Table Z-2 the permissible exposure limits (PEL) ceiling standard for H2S is 20 ppm.
Milling. The hammer xxxxx are located in a separate concrete building to reduce noise emissions. Each mill is located in a separate room to reduce fire propagation and to allow separate maintenance. The building is equipped with all necessary accessories to ensure good working and maintenance conditions. To reduce fire and explosion risk and to increase the lifetime of the hammers, additional cleaning equipment is installed upstream of each mill: - A vibrating screen for separation of oversize material,) - A ferromagnetic drum separator, and - An air classifier to remove heavy particles. The amount of UBC in the ash discards was not considered as a major consideration for Xxx Xxxxx, a once-through milling system, without wood dust oversize screening and re-milling, was adopted. For Xxx Xxxxx, fast rotating xxxxx by Sprout Matador, were selected. Each mill has a nominal throughput capacity of 10 t/h. The product particle size distribution and the throughput depend the mill screen size. At Rodenhuize, a hammer mill product with a 2.5-3 mm topsize results in a sufficient fineness taking into account boiler impact and UBC amount.
Milling. Patching shall be constructed so as to tie into existing pavement and curbs with the best possible ride and aesthetic result. Unacceptable roughness shall be repaired by contractor. The minimum width for milling shall be based on the size of the machine used to excavate, but shall not exceed 7’ in width. The milling shall be 4” in depth. The final surface of the pavement after all paving has been completed shall be flush with the existing curb and roadway. All materials and equipment used to perform this work shall be considered incidental to the work and included in the bid price for other pay items.
Milling. 8.1 In the event Sterling processes Merger ore at the Sunshine Concentrator then it shall designate an ore bin exclusively for Merger’s ore to be dumped into. When the ore is removed from this ore bin it shall not be commingled with Sterling ore, but shall be ran separately over the belt scale, with a copy of the weight ticket provided to Merger. The ore shall then be sampled for moisture content, along with an analysis for silver, gold, lead, antimony and copper, and a split of the sample will be provided Merger. A designated agent for Merger may observe the sampling and weighing of the ore at any time.

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