Views: 2 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-04-11 Origin: Site
Static electricity on gas cylinders is mainly generated when inflating or deflating. The hazard of static electricity on the gas cylinder is that the discharge produces sparks, which may cause an explosion and combustion accident of flammable gas, cause electric shock, cause personal injury, and affect the equipment. The harm of static electricity to gas cylinders should be eliminated by prevention. When using gas cylinders, the gas cylinders should not be placed on insulating objects (such as rubber, plastic, wood), and caution should be exercised when opening or closing the valve. Not tight, to avoid difficulty in opening the valve. It is strictly forbidden to use electromagnetic cranes to carry gas cylinders, and operators are strictly forbidden to wear chemical fiber clothing and shoes and socks with high insulation.