CHLORINE EMERGENCY KIT B
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
Contains devices to stop leaks
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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.
- Device 14: NEW Capping device designed to contain leaks in and around ton container fusible plugs without touching the plug itself using the new bar assembly #28C.
- Device 12: NEW Design to contain leaks in and around the ton container valves with spring loaded, adjustable yoke assembly.
- Device 9: NEW Patching device designed for sealing leaks in the ton container side wall with much less torque with fewer pressure points than previous design.
- Accessory Tools: Kit “B” also includes a variety of hand tools, inspection seals and additional sealing devices. All items are labeled with a part number, color coded yellow and are stored inside a durable polyethylene tool box.
EMERGENCY KIT “B” TRAINING DEVICES
The Chlorine One Ton Training is an actual full size end of the standard DOT 106A500X container designed to simulate valve and fusible plug leaks for training upon, part#END. Kit “B” instruction Video part# BLAV is a DVD that provides proper instruction in the application of Kit “B” tools &devices (available in fall of 2014).
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