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chlorine incident Applications

  • Online monitoring solutions for the fast determination of hydrogen in wet chlorine

    The purpose of fast determination of hydrogen in wet chlorine is to set up an early warning system against high hydrogen levels, thereby protecting the chlorine production plant against hydrogen explosion incidents. The hydrogen concentration in wet chlorine is very critical, especially for membrane and diaphragm cell type production of chlorine. A breakthrough of hydrogen in the chlorine by membrane or diaphragm damage can occur within a few seconds. Depending on the concentration, a mixture of H2 and Cl2 gas...

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

  • Online monitoring solutions for fast determination of hydrogen in dry chlorine

    Fast determination of hydrogen in dry chlorine provides an early warning system against elevated levels of hydrogen, thereby protecting the chlorine production plant against hydrogen explosion incidents. AppliTek’s analyzer system for fast determination of hydrogen in dry chlorine can be considered as Best Available Technology (BAT). However, it can never replace a system for determination of hydrogen in wet chlorine since it meets other needs in process control than those for wet chlorine. Even a tiny...

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

  • Online monitoring solutions for determination of oxygen in hydrogen outlet

    The determination of oxygen in hydrogen is a safety critical measurement to keep the hydrogen mixture below explosion limits during chlorine electrolysis. AppliTek’s analyzer system is engineered to detect oxygen in an early stage and safeguard the compression process, with a small footprint allowing easy integration in any production site.

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

  • Air purification solutions for emergency gas scrubbing industry

    Problem: Chlorine gas is the major source of toxic release incidents. Facilities storing large quantities of chlorine must invest in emergency standby equipment to prevent accidental chemical releases. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Risk Management Program for Chemical Accident Release Prevention “requires regulated facilities to develop and implement appropriate risk management programs to minimize the frequency and severity of chemical plant accidents.”

    By ProMark Associates, Inc. based in Skokie, ILLINOIS (USA).

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