Emergency scrubber is designed for specific gas type and release rate. It has very high removal efficiency to meet Uniform Fire Codes. They are engineered, tested and proven for use in municipal and industrial applications where the potential exists for the accidental release of heavier-than-air hazardous gases such as chlorine, sulfur dioxide and other toxic gases. It provides you with peace of mind in the face of potentially hazardous exhaust fume releases at your facility.
Emergency spill response is an important part of a company's safety and health program. A simplified action plan for spill response includes - evacuate personnel from the immediate area of the spill; identify the spilled material(s); notify the spill response team; barricade the spill area and notify others in surrounding areas; extinguish or disconnect all sources of ignition and contact the fire department if the chemical is flammable; contain the spill; clean up the spill; dispose of the spill in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.