The Danger Of LPG Gas Leakage!
LPG gas leakage accident characteristics:
1. Proliferation is rapid and the scope of hazards is large: LPG gas generally leaks in a spray-like manner and changes from a liquid phase to a gas phase, and volume expansion forms a large-area diffusion.
2. Explosion accidents are prone to occur: The lower explosion limit is low, and after the leak, it is mixed with air to form an explosive gas.
3. Processing difficulty: Due to the leakage of liquefied petroleum gas, the cracks have different sizes and pressures, and the technical requirements are particularly high when plugging, transmission, and ignition are used.
The product has anesthetic effect. Acute poisoning: Dizziness, headache, excitement or lethargy, nausea, vomiting, slow pulse, etc.; severe cases may suddenly fall, incontinence, loss of consciousness, and even respiratory arrest. May cause skin frostbite. Chronic effects: Long-term exposure to low concentrations can cause headaches, dizziness, poor sleep, fatigue, mood swings, and autonomic dysfunction.
It is harmful to the environment and may pollute water, soil and the atmosphere.
After the liquefied gas leaks, the liquefied gas diffuses quickly and the liquefied gas is difficult to handle. It is easy to cause casualties and property damage.