Use of explosion-proof tools and precautions
Explosion-proof Tools In order to increase the safety of personnel working in flammable, explosive and corrosive workplaces such as oil, natural gas, metallurgy, chemical industry, etc., explosion-proof tools should be routinely maintained after they are used in daily work, which can prolong the service life of tools, because the performance of tools may be affected if there is no maintenance of tools, thus affecting the normal production operation
1 first tools should be stored in a dry place to avoid damage to the tools. after use, the debris bonded on the surface of
explosion-proof tools should be cleaned in time to ensure that
2 percussion tool products are clean and cannot be hit continuously. if more than ten times, the interval should be sometimes, at the same time, it is necessary to remove the debris bonded to the product parts in time and continue to use it. Explosion-proof tools should not be used continuously as far as possible, so that the tools will be extremely heated due to continuous multiple impacts, which may affect the performance of explosion-proof tools.
wrench products cannot be used with super force, and casing or binding other metal materials cannot be used to lengthen the force arm, it is also not allowed to use a hammer to knock (except for knocking wrenches).
4 cutting edge tools should be placed in the water tank to gently contact the grinding wheel for rubbing. Do not use too much force and contact the grinding wheel for too long.
5 In the actual operation of knocking tools, sundries on the site and oxides hatched on the working face must be removed to prevent third party from hitting. According to the above performance and use, it shows that aluminum-copper alloy is more suitable for normal pressure equipment, I .e. environment with less strict explosion-proof conditions (such as gas stations, small oil depots, etc.), while beryllium-bronze alloy explosion-proof tools have better performance (such as oil refineries, gas transfer stations, drilling teams of gas production plants, etc.)
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