Hydrogen peroxide is widely used in the chemical industry and pharmaceutical industry, so what should we do if the hydrogen peroxide leaks? Please follow the hydrogen peroxide manufacturer to learn more about it.
- Leakage treatment
Quickly evacuate the leaking and polluting personnel, isolate them, and strictly restrict access. It is recommended that emergency responders wear self-contained positive pressure breathing apparatus and acid-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 spills: Absorb with sand, vermiculite or other inert material. It can also be washed with plenty of water, diluted with the washing water and put into the waste water system. Large amount of leakage: build embankments or dig pits for containment; spray water to cool and dilute steam, protect on-site personnel, and dilute the leakage into incombustible materials. Transfer it to a tanker or a special collector with a pump, and recycle it or take it to a waste disposal site for disposal.
Waste disposal method: The waste liquid is decomposed after being diluted with water, and oxygen is released. After it is fully decomposed, the waste liquid is flushed into the sewer.
- First aid measures
Skin contact: Take off contaminated clothing and rinse with plenty of running water.
Eye Contact: Immediately lift the eyelids and flush with plenty of running water or saline for at least 15 minutes. seek medical attention.
Inhalation: Quickly leave the scene to fresh air. Keep the airway open. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If breathing stops, give artificial respiration immediately. seek medical attention.
Ingestion: Drink enough warm water, induce vomiting, seek medical attention.
Fire fighting method: Firefighters need to wear full-body fireproof and anti-virus clothing. Move the container from the fire area to an open area as much as possible. Cool fire containers with water spray until the fire is over. If the container in the fire has discolored or produced sound from the pressure relief device, it needs to be evacuated immediately. Extinguishing media: water, water mist, dry powder, sand.
Packaging Notes: Large packaging: plastic barrels (cans), there should be a pressure reducing valve or a vent on the top of the container, at least 10% of the balance in the container, and the net weight of each barrel (can) should not exceed 50 kg. Reagent packaging: plastic bottles, then individually packed in plastic bags, and packed in a calcium-plastic box.