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Jon M Rueck

from Topeka, KS
Age ~81

Jon Rueck Phones & Addresses

  • Topeka, KS
  • Rio Rancho, NM
  • 617 Walnut St, Silver Lake, KS 66539
  • Houston, TX
  • Dallas, TX
  • Columbia, SC

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Chairman At Rueck Associates

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Position:
Chairman at Rueck Associates, Chairman at Rueck Associates
Location:
Topeka, Kansas Area
Industry:
Environmental Services
Work:
Rueck Associates since Jun 1986
Chairman

Rueck Associates - Silver Lake, KS since Oct 1985
Chairman

National Council of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors 1991 - 2013
Environmental Committee Member

Owens Corning Jun 1964 - Aug 1967
Plastics, Fibrous Glass Sales, Customer Service
Education:
Air Pollution Training Institute 1982 - 1982
EPA Performance Test Review Procedures, Air Pollution Control, Ambient Air Pollution Source Identification
Kansas State University 1958 - 1964
BS, Nuclear Engineering

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Process And Apparatus For Treatment Of Exhaust Gases From Glass Melting Furnaces

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US Patent:
4208201, Jun 17, 1980
Filed:
Dec 15, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/750777
Inventors:
Jon M. Rueck - Silver Lake KS
Assignee:
Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation - Toledo OH
International Classification:
C03C 100
B01D 4602
US Classification:
65 27
Abstract:
An improvement in the treatment of exhaust gases from glass melting furnaces is provided. Exhaust gases from such furnaces contain pollutants or contaminants in the form of condensibles which have been difficult to remove. To render these condensibles more easily removed and so that a higher percentage of them are separated from the exhaust gases, the exhaust gases are combined with other gases containing particles and specifically with gases containing inert batch dust from a source of glass batch. These gases contain relatively large particles which act as nuclei on which condensibles in the furnace exhaust gases can condense. The relatively large particles also serve as reaction sites on which reactable components in the furnace exhaust gases can chemically react to produce reaction products which condense more readily and are easier to collect. The larger particles and the additional condensation products from the combined gases can be more readily filtered out so that fewer pollutants or contaminants escape. The collected particles or dust can then be taken back to the batch source for subsequent use.
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