Fire safety status and Countermeasures of bottled

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Analysis on the current situation and Countermeasures of fire safety in bottled liquefied gas supply points

in recent years, liquefied petroleum gas has been gradually accepted by people because of its high efficiency, cleanliness, high calorific value and convenient storage and transportation. It is used more and more, and a large number of supporting liquefied petroleum gas stations have also appeared. Its appearance greatly facilitates people's production and life, but also brings a lot of potential safety hazards, If bottled liquefied gas is carelessly sold and used, it may cause fire and explosion accidents, and even cause heavy casualties and property losses. Since this year, liquefied gas cylinder explosion accidents have occurred frequently, and the successive accidents have sounded an alarm for us. Next, this paper will analyze the problems existing in the bottled liquefied gas supply points and the countermeasures to solve them as follows:

I. Basic situation at present, some sites of bottled liquefied gas do not have business licenses in the process of sales and use, and they are unlicensed and unlicensed "black sites". These "black sites" not only operate the sales business of bottled liquefied gas filling, but also have low overall quality of employees, Even the minimum common sense and safety knowledge of liquefied gas are not understood in the production of high nickel batteries with high specific energy. Some liquefied gas cylinders are used unqualified, scrapped or overdue without inspection. At the same time, the prominent lightweight advantages of such gas stations (1) are not standardized, their facilities and equipment are unqualified, and the fire separation distance from residential areas or open fires cannot meet the requirements. In addition, these illegally operated liquefied gas stations are mostly located in densely populated residential areas, bringing potential safety hazards to the surrounding residents, which are called irregular "bombs" by residents

II. Existing fire safety hazards most bottled liquefied gas sales points have fire safety hazards, and only a small number of bottled liquefied gas sales points can meet the corresponding fire safety conditions. After comprehensive analysis, bottled liquefied gas sales points generally have the following fire safety hazards:

1. Some bottled liquefied gas supply points do not have corresponding fire safety facilities

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at present, some bottled liquefied gas supply points use fire and electricity in disorder, the installation of electrical lines is not standardized, and the phenomenon of disorderly connection and tearing is serious. Some stations operate Storage, board and lodging are integrated, and the potential safety hazards can be imagined. There are also insufficient fire-fighting equipment in supply points, which are not equipped with or less equipped with fire extinguishers, and are set at will, and some even do not have any fire-fighting equipment at all; Some fire-fighting equipment is invalid and cannot be used, the fire extinguisher is lack of maintenance, lack of accessories or the fire extinguisher is damaged, so that the agent in the extinguisher is caked or the gas stored in the bottle overflows and cannot be used normally; In some stations, the fire water source is not guaranteed. Although the fire pool is built, there is no water to supplement, and the pool is dry and full of weeds; Some stations have no water pipes, but set up fire hydrants to deceive others and deceive themselves; Some stations should be fixed according to their reserves. We should also see that the sample does not hold the formal combustible gas concentration detection alarm and spraying facilities, but actually has nothing. Some stations do not have any safety system and fire safety measures, do not implement the safety system, and various illegal operations occur from time to time. These situations all lay hidden dangers for fire accidents

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