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Volume 299, 20214th Annual International Conference on Energy Development and Environmental Protection (EDEP 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Energy Science and Technology|
|Published online||05 August 2021|
Explosion Suppression Control Technology of FG Strong Adsorption Material for Leakage / Flowing Fire of Hazardous Chemicals
1 Yongkang emergency Association, Yongkang 321300, China
2 Yongkang Pesticide Industry Association, Yongkang 321300, China
3 Yongkang Harmonious Thought Research Association, Yongkang 32100, China
4 Yongkang enterprise health management Promotion Association, Yongkang 32100, China
5 Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou 310014, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
At present, in the process of production, operation, storage, transportation, use and disposal of petroleum and chemical solvents, major environmental disasters, such as fire, explosion and personal injury caused by leakage, are common. The disasters are often aggravated by the backward emergency disposal technology and improper operation. FG polymer is an inert, strong adsorptive material for hydrophobic substance, and the material is safe itself and non-toxic to aquatic fish and plants. In this study, FG polymer is tested in fire-fighting, explosion suppression and controling flowing fire. The result shows that the FG strong adsorption material can quickly absorb oil spill and leakage of hazardous chemicals on water and land surface, therefore controlling and eliminating the spread of flowing fire, isolating oxygen, extinguishing fire, suppressing explosion, and effectively avoiding environmental pollution. This technology can replace the backward emergency disposal methods such as oil spill dispersant, PP absorbent felt. With this technology being applied in emergence rescue, the disposal cost can be reduced by more than 50%, additionally the abilities of risk prevention, hidden danger elimination, and accident suppression can be enhanced significantly.
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