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Special Precautions and Maintenance


Special Sulphur tankHandling and Storage:

 Handle only with well grounded non-sparking equipment. Dry sulfur materials may generate static electricity and sparking. Avoid handling solid sulfur at high velocity in air. Inert gas blanketing is useful in preventing fires and explosions in processing and grinding equipment. Do not use near sparking equipment or open flames. Do not allow large amounts of waste to accumulate. Enclosed equipment containing dust in air must be adequately explosion-vented or strong enough to withstand the pressures developed in a dust explosion. Do not store near oxidizing materials, or near hot equipment. In the presence of moisture over long periods of time, some sulfur will convert to sulfuric acid which, of course, is corrosive to metals and attacks paper, concrete, wood products, etc. Store product in a dry place.
Repair & Maintenance Notes: Be familiar with all information on this sheet and use common sense. Have fire fighting media at hand. Vessel Entry. Isolate vessel from process and heat input. Do not enter hot tanks. If molten sulfur has been generated in the process, be advised that sulfur may remain molten under a crust for a considerable time. Ventilate enclosed tanks with fresh air and purge of all potentially explosive air/dust mixtures before and during entry. Check air in enclosed spaces for flammability and oxygen and suspended dust before entry. If fires have occurred check for Sulfur Dioxide. Wet down residual sulfur on walls to control dust and fire hazard while cleaning and working. Open-topped vessels may be swept clean wet or dry with non sparking brooms. Wear dust protection for eyes and breathing, long sleeved shirt/pants. If vessel is not to be re-used at once, rinse and dry thoroughly to limit corrosion. Welding/Cutting/Grinding: Remove bulk sulfur from equipment or wet down thoroughly or blanket with inert gas to prevent ignition. Fully protect material in nearby equipment/containers from sparks or remove it. Eliminate all sources of sulfur dust suspended in air in welding/cutting/grinding area. Wet work is usually preferable. Welding/cutting combustion products will contain sulfur dioxide as well as noxious metal oxides. Do not breathe fumes. Ventilate properly or wear breathing protection suitable for both sulfur dioxide and welding fumes. Posting fire watch during and after work for 4 hours recommended. For further information see also sections 4,5,6,7, & 8 especially.`
TRUE BLUE CHEMICALS Company will be pleased to work with customers in developing safety rules and procedures for particular situations - Contact us.
NOTICE: The information and judgments contained herein are based on experience and data considered accurate, however, no warranty is expressed or implied regarding accuracy or the results to be obtained from use. Vendor assumes no responsibility for injury to vendee or third person proximately caused by the material if reasonable safety procedures are not adhered to. Additionally, vendor assumes no responsibility for injury to vendee or third persons proximately caused by abnormal use of the material even if reasonable and normal safety procedures are followed. Furthermore, vendee absolutely assumes full responsibility for the risks in his use of the material.

SULPHUR Manufactured by:

P.O. Box 1420,
SWAILEH 11910,

+(962)-6-535-8816 or