CHLORINE EMERGENCY KITS
Chemtech International Inc. is an authorized distributor of Indian Springs Manufacturing Co. chlorine emergency kits designed to effectively stop gas leak from chlorine and ammonia gas cylinders and containers.
Committed to Safety & Proper Handling of Gas Spill Containment
Manufactured based on the design specifications of the Chlorine Institute, Indian Springs Manufacturing Co. is committed to the safety and proper handling of chlorine.
Contains Devices to Stop Gas Leaks
The Emergency Kit “A” and “B,” respectively, contain devices to stop leaks at chlorine valves, fusible plugs, and in the side walls of 100 or 150 lb. DOT 3A480 cylinders and one-ton DOT 106A500X chlorine containers. The Emergency Kit “C” contains devices to stop chlorine leaks at the safety valves or angle valves of DOT 105J500W chlorine tank cars, DOT MC331 cargo tanks, and DOT 51 portable tanks.
What's In Each Chlorine Emergency Kit
Instruction booklets and/or videos are provided to explain proper application and usage of all devices within each emergency kit. Each kit also includes a variety of hand tools, inspection seals, and additional leak containment devices. All items are placed within a durable polyethylene tool box for easy storage and portability.
Chlorine Emergency Kit A
The Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “A” is manufactured to the design specifications of the Chlorine Institute. The Emergency Kit “A” contains devices to stop leaks at the valve, fusible plug, and in the side walls of chlorine 100 & 150 lb. cylinders which conform to specification DOT 3A480.
Chlorine Emergency Kit B
The Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “B” is manufactured to the design specifications of the Chlorine Institute. The Emergency Kit “B” contains devices to stop leaks at the valves, fusible plugs, and in the side wall of chlorine one ton containers which conform to specification DOT 106A500X.
Chlorine Emergency Kit C
The Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “C” is manufactured to the design specications of the Chlorine Institute. The Emergency Kit “C” contains devices to stop leaks at the safety valve or angle valves of standard DOT 105J500W chlorine tank cars, DOT MC331 cargo tanks and DOT 51 portable tanks in chlorine service.
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