I believe everyone is familiar with hydrogen peroxide, so do you know how to store hydrogen peroxide with a large tonnage? I believe that everyone is not so understanding, please follow the hydrogen peroxide manufacturer Xiaobian to learn more about it.

  1. Plastic or stainless steel containers should be used for packaging, storage and transportation of hydrogen peroxide, and the upper cover should be provided with a dust-proof exhaust port to release the gas that may be generated and avoid explosion.
  2. According to the transportation rules of oxidants, organize transportation and prevent violent shaking.
  3. Hydrogen peroxide is a strong oxidant and is corrosive, so attention should be paid to the “corrosion signs” stipulated in GB190 and the “upward signs” stipulated in GB191 on the storage and transportation containers.
  4. It is strictly forbidden to store and transport together with alkalis, metals and metal compounds, flammables, reducing agents and other items.
  5. Hydrogen peroxide should be stored in a cool, ventilated warehouse. During storage and transportation, avoid direct sunlight or heat.
  6. Do not directly touch the hydrogen peroxide with your hands. Wear plastic gloves when operating. When the hydrogen peroxide is contaminated with the human body or splashed into the eyes, immediately rinse with plenty of water or 3% KMnO4 solution.
  7. Equipment and containers that contact or store hydrogen peroxide should have a large enough exhaust port to prevent fire and explosion accidents caused by pressure explosion caused by equipment pressure.
  8. If the package ruptures and leaks or when the spilled hydrogen peroxide comes into contact with combustible substances, it should be washed away with plenty of water immediately.
  9. For some reason (such as internal leakage of the valve, operation error), hydrogen peroxide or materials containing hydrogen peroxide are mixed with other substances that can cause the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide, and the connected pipeline is disconnected when necessary.
  10. The materials of equipment, pipes, fittings and other materials used in the production of hydrogen peroxide should meet relevant standards, and should be cleaned and passivated to prevent the decomposition of heavy metal ions into the hydrogen peroxide.

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