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Hvordan håndteres cylinderopbevaring?


The storage of fire extinguishers is very important. Correct storage methods can ensure the quality of fire extinguishers, which can be immediately taken out for use in case of fire. However, improper storage will not only reduce the effect of fire extinguishers, but also may cause danger.Let's take a look at how cylinders are stored

The cylinder should be fixed at all times to prevent the cylinder from overturning, falling, or rolling.These cylinders can be fixed by straps or chains attached to wall supports or other fixed surfaces, or by cylindrical supports, which can be flexibly fixed according to the situation.

Cylinders should be stored in a cool place away from direct sunlight.Cylinders may be stored in dry, well-ventilated, fire-resistant areas defined by all applicable federal, state, and local regulations.When the cylinder is empty or unused, make sure the valve is closed, the regulator is removed and the bonnet is secured in place to avoid cylinder leakage and eliminate potential hazards

If cylinders are to be transported, carrier cylinders designed for this purpose must be used in strict accordance with prescribed standards.During handling, make sure that cylinders do not tilt, fall or roll.If cylinders are being transported by a crane, crane or crane, proper lifting equipment, such as a bracket or net, is required to prevent the cylinders from slipping.Be careful not to use magnets or sling to transport cylinders, nor to use bonnets to lift cylinders.Despite the standard handling of cylinders, it is essential that we take precautions in case cylinders fall off or collide.A fall or impact can not only damage cylinder valves and turn cylinders into dangerous "torpedoes", but can also damage property or injure personnel.

Refer to the appropriate Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for detailed information on the chemicals contained in cylinders.Specific chemical handling and storage considerations are outlined in the SDS.The safety data sheet will also establish appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) specifications to protect workers.

Finally, if your plant is responsible for processing or storing hydrogen, oxygen, acetylene, nitrous oxide, liquefied petroleum gas, or anhydrous ammonia bottles.Be sure to refer to the OSHA specific requirements highlighted earlier.

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