About chlorine gas sensor introduction
Chlorine is a highly toxic gas with a strong pungent odor, which is yellow-green at room temperature and pressure. It is denser than air, soluble in water and easy to compress. It can be liquefied into yellow-green oily liquid chlorine. It is one of the main products of the chlor-alkali industry and can be used as a strong oxidant. When chlorine gas is mixed with hydrogen with a volume fraction of more than 5%, there may be a danger of explosion when exposed to strong light. Chlorine gas is toxic, mainly penetrates the human body through the respiratory tract and dissolves in the water contained in the mucous membranes. Causes damage to the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract. Chlorine can undergo substitution reaction and addition reaction with organic matter to generate various chlorides. Chlorine can undergo substitution and addition reactions with organic and inorganic substances to form various chlorides. Chlorine was used as a bleaching agent in the paper and textile industries in the early days. Can be monitored with a chlorine gas sensor.
Chlorine Hazards and Chlorine Gas Sensors
After inhalation, chlorine gas interacts with water in mucous membranes and respiratory tract to form hydrogen chloride and new ecological oxygen. Hydrogen chloride can cause inflammatory edema, congestion and necrosis of the upper respiratory tract mucosa. New ecological oxygen has a strong oxidative effect on tissues and can form ozone with cytoplasmic toxicity. Excessive chlorine concentration or prolonged exposure can often cause deep respiratory disease. Bronchioles and alveoli are damaged, resulting in bronchiolitis, pneumonia and toxic pulmonary edema. Due to the stimulating effect, the local smooth muscle spasm aggravates the ventilation disorder and aggravates the hypoxia state. Inhalation of high concentrations of chlorine can also stimulate the vagus nerve and cause reflex cardiac arrest. Chlorine poisoning cannot be artificial respiration. Acute poisoning is mainly the manifestation of respiratory system damage.
Portable Cl2 sensors are used in gas storage leakage monitoring, drug factory, food factory, hospital gas disinfection residue detection, electrostatic precipitator, gas generator, air purifier, gas leakage, indoor air gas detection scene.