Summary of chemical specifications and how to extinguish a fire

Summary of chemical specifications and how to extinguish a fire

Summary of chemical specifications and how to extinguish a fire

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Summary of chemical specifications and how to extinguish a fire

Summary of chemical specifications and how to extinguish a fire

Potassium:
Flammable and explosive, in the form of soft metal, silver in color, with a colored flame that has chemical interaction with water. Lighter than water and causes burns.

It is effective in fires containing potassium while using a respirator made of sand, powder and graphite powder.

Potassium hydroxide: A substance that dissolves in water and produces heat, produces hazardous gases, is solid, and is highly corrosive.
Use a respirator in case of fire and dilute the solution with water

Propane:
Flammable A certain percentage of explosives, in pure odorless state, is pressurized into a liquid state. It is hypnotic if inhaled. In case of fire, use gas extinguishing method.

Pyridine:
It is a flammable and explosive liquid, colorless and with a pungent odor, the vapors of which are toxic.

In case of fire, use a respirator and plenty of water as a spray or foam or carbon dioxide.

Sodium:
A soft, silvery metal that oxidizes in air. And on the floating surface, performs chemical interactions with the flame.

In case of fire, use a respirator and use sand and powder to extinguish it.

Note: Avoid water and oxygenated substances

Sodium chlorate: This material is explosive with fable impact, burns spontaneously under certain conditions, is solid and dissolves in water.

In fires, the respiratory system is used and a lot of water can be used as a spray.

Sodium hydroxide:
This material is a white crystalline solid that dissolves in water and produces toxic fumes with heat, known as caustic soda.

In case of contact with some metals, it can produce hydrogen, which is explosive and very dangerous. Take risks and safety seriously.

Sodium nitrate: This is a colorless, odorless, crystalline and clear oxidizing agent soluble in water.

In case of fire due to toxic vapors, use the respiratory system and water as a spray but plenty.

Sodium peroxide:
Yellow powder, which reacts chemically with acid and water, its vapor is toxic. Contact of this substance with water and moisture leads to explosion. Breathing vapors and even contact with this substance irritates the eyes, nose, throat and skin.

It is effective in extinguishing fires from the respiratory system and from graphite powder or powder.


Sodium and potassium alloy: A liquid state that ignites spontaneously due to contact with air and moisture. Due to the decomposition of water or moisture, vapors produce toxic gas, hydrogen, which is explosive.

In case of fire, it is useful for extinguishing the respiratory system and dry salt or powder.

Sodium sulfide:
These reddish-yellow, water-soluble solids are flammable under certain conditions.

Use a respirator in case of fire and use plenty of water.

Sulfur:
Yellow powder or crystalline, mixed with air in the form of powder or flammable vapor that has toxic vapors.

In case of fire, use a large amount of respirator and water as a spray. The vapors of this substance irritate the skin and eyes.

Sulfur disoxide (sulfur) is a gas with a strong odor, toxic and irritating, non-flammable.

Use a respirator in case of fire and spray water is useful to cool the tanks.

Hydrogen sulfide:
It is a colorless gas with the smell of rotten, toxic, and flammable eggs dissolved in water, known as hydrogen sulfide. This is a very toxic gas that makes the air dangerous and deadly in a short time. It is useful in fire from the respiratory system and from abundant water in the form of spray or powder or carbon dioxide.

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