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How to deal with the leakage of hydrazine hydrate

How to deal with the leakage of hydrazine hydrate? Inhalation of vapor irritates the nose and upper respiratory tract. In addition, dizziness, nausea, and central nervous system excitement may also occur. Liquid or vapor can irritate the eyes and cause long-term damage to the eyes. It is irritating to the skin; prolonged and repeated contact with the skin may cause poisoning due to skin absorption; some contact may cause dermatitis. Oral administration can cause dizziness and nausea.

1. Leakage emergency treatment

Evacuate personnel from the contaminated area to a safe area, and prohibit irrelevant personnel from entering the contaminated area. It is recommended that emergency personnel wear self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing. Do not directly touch the leakage, and stop the leakage while ensuring safety. Spray water to reduce evaporation. Use dry ice carbon dioxide fire extinguisher or sand or other non-flammable adsorbent to absorb, then collect and transport to waste disposal site for disposal. It can also be washed with a large amount of water and put the diluted washing water into the waste water system. If there is a large amount of leakage, it will be collected, transferred, recycled or harmlessly disposed of.

2. Protective measures

Respiratory protection: Wear a gas mask when exposed to steam or smoke. In case of emergency rescue or escape, please wear self-contained breathing apparatus.

Eye protection: wear chemical safety glasses.

Protective clothing: wear work clothes (made of corrosion-resistant materials).

Hand protection: wear rubber gloves.

Others: take a shower and change clothes after get off work. Store clothes contaminated by poisons separately and wash them before use. Pay attention to personal hygiene.

3. First aid measures

Skin contact: Take off contaminated clothes immediately, and rinse thoroughly with running water immediately.

Eye contact: Lift the eyelid immediately and rinse with running water or saline for at least 15 minutes. See a doctor.

Inhalation: Leave the scene quickly and enter fresh air. Give oxygen when breathing is difficult. When breathing stops, give artificial respiration immediately. See a doctor.

Ingestion: drink milk or egg white for the person who has taken it by mistake. See a doctor immediately.

Extinguishing methods: water mist, carbon dioxide, dry powder and foam.

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