Gaseous Chlorine Awareness Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - US
Gaseous Chlorine Awareness Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section- US
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An excerpt from ISNetworld® RAVS®* Safety plan Gaseous Chlorine Awareness Program
Chlorine is greenish-yellow in its gaseous form and is 2.5 times heavier than air. It is extremely corrosive and will react violently with organic substances. Chlorine is a toxic, corrosive gas that can cause severe burns if inhaled or upon skin contact. It is a greenish-yellow nonflammable liquefied compressed gas packaged in cylinders under its own pressure. It can be a liquid at extremely low temperatures or high pressure. It has a distinct pungent odor.  Inhalation may cause coughing, choking, nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness, difficulty breathing, and delayed pulmonary edema, which can be fatal.  Chlorine can be detected by its odor below the permissible limit; however, because of olfactory fatigue odor may not always provide adequate warning of the harmful concentrations of this substance.
For example, when petrochemicals are mixed with chlorine, they produce a dangerous explosive. Therefore, stored chlorine must be kept away from all sources of organic chemicals, and it must be protected from sunlight, moisture, and high temperatures. Chlorine’s corrosive nature requires that systems use special materials on all chlorination equipment. Systems must use corrosion-resistant piping, valves, and metering equipment and keep this equipment free from contaminants, including oil and grease.