Hydrogen Peroxide Plant Supplier shares with you hydrogen peroxide related knowledge:
The substance is toxic to aquatic life.
Respiratory protection: A self-priming filter-type gas mask (full face mask) should be worn when it may be exposed to its vapors.
Eye protection: Protection has been done in respiratory protection.
Body protection: Wear polyethylene protective clothing.
Hand protection: Wear neoprene gloves.
Others: Smoking is strictly prohibited on the job site. After work, take a shower and change clothes. Pay attention to personal hygiene.
Quickly evacuate leaking contaminated personnel to a safe area and isolate them to strictly restrict access. It is recommended that emergency handlers wear self-contained positive-pressure respirators and acid- and alkali-proof work clothes. Cut off the source of leakage as much as possible to prevent entry into restricted spaces such as sewers and flood drains. Small leaks: Absorb with sand, vermiculite or other inert materials. It can also be rinsed with a large amount of water and diluted into the waste water system. Massive leakage: constructing a dike or digging to contain; spraying water to cool and dilute the steam, protect the site personnel, and dilute the leakage into incombustibles. Transfer it to a tank truck or a special collector with a pump, recycle it or go to a waste disposal site for disposal.
Fixed Bed Hydrogen Peroxide Processes
The method of waste disposal in Fixed Bed Hydrogen Peroxide Processes: the waste liquid is decomposed after being diluted with water, releases oxygen, and after it is fully decomposed, the waste liquid is flushed into the sewer.
Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothing and rinse with plenty of running water.
Eye contact: Raise the eyelids immediately and rinse thoroughly with plenty of running water or saline for at least 15 minutes.
Inhalation: Quickly leave the scene to fresh air. Keep your airways open. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If breathing stops, give artificial respiration immediately. Seek medical attention.
Ingestion: Drink plenty of warm water, induce vomiting, and consult a doctor.
Extinguishing methods: Firefighters must wear full-body fire and gas protective clothing. Move the container from the fire to the open space as much as possible. Spray water to cool the fire container until the fire is over. Containers in the fire area must be evacuated immediately if they have discolored or generate sound from a safety pressure relief device. Fire extinguishing agent: water, mist water, dry powder, sand.
Packaging precautions: Large packaging: plastic drums, there should be pressure relief valves or vents on the top of the container, at least 10% of the remaining amount in the container, the net weight of each barrel does not exceed 50 kg. Reagent packaging: plastic bottles, then individually packed in plastic bags, packed in calcium plastic boxes.
In case of accidental drinking or enema with hydrogen peroxide, the mucous membranes of the oral cavity or digestive tract may be eroded and cause inflammation. In severe cases, perforation or bleeding may occur.
Injecting hydrogen peroxide will cause blood clots, easily lead to organ necrosis, and severe cases may be life-threatening. General food processing prohibits the use of hydrogen peroxide. Our company has Hydrogen Peroxide Technology, welcome to consult.