CHLORINE EMERGENCY KIT C
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
What's in each kit
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.
- Device #6: containment device designed to contain leaks in and around the angle valves. Device #6 includes two gaskets molded of Viton to conform to the bottom of hood 6A.
- Device #24: containment device designed to contain leaks in and around the pressure relief device. Device #24 includes a lightweight, onepiece yoke design #11A for use over the safety relief valve. Device #24 also includes two gaskets molded of Viton to conform to the bottom of hood 24A.
- Kit C also includes a variety of hand tools, inspection seals and additional leak containment devices. All items are labeled with a part number, color coded green and stored inside a durable polyethylene tool box.
* Note: Emergency Kit C weights 155 bls (Shp. Wt. 167 lbs)
** Note: Viton is a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomers
Authorized, trained personnel equipped wiht suitable respiratory equipment should investigate chlorine leaks promptly. All other persons should be restricted from the affected area. Breathing apparatus or other personal protective equipment are not included in the kits, but must be used when investigating and correcting chlorine leaks and are available.
Note: All C-kit components are now packaged in an extra-large polyethelene tool box (36″L x 18-1/2″ W x 20″ H) to allow room for fully assembled devices and accessory emergency equipment.
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