Compliant Chlorine Signs
While most applications are safe, higher concentrations of gas or liquid chlorine can have harmful effects. Chlorine Signs ensure safety by providing proper safety and hazard identification.
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What is Chlorine?
Chlorine is a yellow-green gas with a strong bleach-like, irritating odor. It can also be a liquid under pressure or in cold temperatures. It is used as a bleach and disinfectant in water purification and sewage treatment, and in the manufacturing of other chlorinated products.
Chlorine can pose a severe health hazard. Exposure to chlorine can cause burns, severe eye hazard and other injuries. Contact with liquid chlorine can cause frostbite. Inhaling chlorine can irritate the lungs, higher exposure may cause permanent lung damage and may be fatal. Chlorine is a strong oxidizer. Most combustibles will burn in chlorine and form irritating and toxic gases. Follow safety practices and wear appropriate personal protective equipment when working with this chemical to prevent serious accidents or injury.
Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials - Edition 14th
|Chemical Name / CAS No.||NFPA 30 / OSHA Class||Health||Flammability||Instability||Special Hazard||DOT Class||ID No.|
|None||4||0||0||OX||Class 2.3 Poisonous Gas||UN 1017|
The signs above represent our interpretation of material information in combination with NFPA 30 and NFPA’s Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials. Without knowledge of your specific chemical, facility, or hazard, it’s impossible for us to guarantee these signs will match your situation. It is your responsibility to decide which signs are valid for your use and to comply with applicable laws and standards. This site is not intended as a substitute for expert analysis or professional consultation. We make no guarantee of the accuracy of the information on this site and assume no liability of injury or damage as a result of using our products.