Precautions For The Use Of Freon Refrigerant

1. Closed operation, full ventilation.

2. The operator must be specially trained to strictly abide by the operating procedures.

3. It is recommended that operators wear anti-static overalls and wear general protective gloves; if necessary, wear chemical safety glasses; in special cases, wear self-priming filter gas masks (half masks).

4. Keep away from fire and heat sources. Smoking is strictly prohibited in the workplace, avoiding high concentration inhalation and avoiding explosion.

5. Use explosion-proof ventilation systems and equipment to prevent gas from leaking into the workplace air.

6. Avoid contact with oxidizing agents.

7. During the transfer process, cylinders and containers must be grounded and bridged to prevent static build-up. Wear a cylinder safety helmet and anti-vibration rubber band when handling to prevent cylinder collision and damage.

8. Equipped with the corresponding variety and quantity of fire-fighting equipment and leakage emergency treatment equipment.

9. In the freezing equipment, the water entering the device from the low temperature side is in a water vapor state, which is compressed together with the Freon vapor into the condenser, and then condensed into liquid water, which is mixed as droplets in the freon liquid and is expanded. The valve is frozen into ice due to low temperature, and the valve is blocked, so that the refrigeration device cannot work normally. Moisture also causes the hydrolysis of Freon to produce acid, which causes “copper plating” in the refrigeration system.

10. Freon has low solubility in water. When entering the water in the refrigeration unit, it will produce acidic substances, which will easily cause “ice blockage” in the low temperature system and block the throttle valve or pipeline.

11. In addition to avoid the role of Freon and natural rubber, the device should use nitrile rubber as a gasket or seal.

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