1. What is security?
A: Security means no threat, no danger, harm or loss. The human beings live in harmony with the living environment and resources, and do not harm each other. There are no hidden dangers or hazards. This is a state that eliminates unacceptable damage risks. Safety is the state in which human beings are able to control the possible damages to human life, property, and the environment caused by the operational status of the system during human production.
2. What is an accident?
A: An accident refers to sudden accidents that occur in people's purposeful production work, forcing production to stop temporarily or injuring people. An accident is a sudden change in production practice.
3. What is labor protection?
A: Labor protection refers to the adoption of organizational and technical measures in accordance with national laws and regulations, and adopts organizational and technical measures to eliminate adverse conditions and actions that endanger personal safety and health, prevent accidents and occupational diseases, and protect workers in the labor process. Safety and health include the following: labor safety, labor hygiene, protection of female workers, protection of minor workers, working hours and vacations.
4. What is the three violations? Violation of command, illegal operation, violation of labor discipline.
5. What is the principle of four no harm? A: No harm to yourself, no harm to others, no harm to others, protection of others from harm.
6. What is the principle of four not let go? Answer: The cause of the accident was not checked and the person responsible for the accident was not dealt with seriously. The person responsible for the accident and the person who was educated did not receive any education. The preventive measures were not implemented and not ignored.
7. The degree of accidental injury is divided into: minor injury, serious injury, and death.
8. What is a minor injury? A: A minor injury is a physical injury to a worker or minor damage to a functional or organic organ, manifested as mild or temporary loss of work ability. In general, injured workers are interrupted for more than one working day, but not enough to be seriously injured.
9. What is a serious injury? A: Serious injuries are injuries that result in the incomplete physical functioning of a worker or severe damage to organs such as hearing and hearing, which generally can cause long-term functional impairments in the human body, or injuries that result in significant loss of working ability. More than 105 workers suffer from severe injuries and disability. day.
10. What is a liability accident? A: It refers to an accident caused by the fault of the person concerned.
11. What is a non-responsible accident? A: It refers to accidents caused by irresistible accidents due to factors in the natural world, or unforeseen accidents due to limitations of current scientific and technological conditions.
12. What is a damage accident? A: It refers to an accident deliberately created to achieve a certain purpose.
13. Can employees be injured or killed due to illness in the labor process and can they be dealt with according to the accident at work? Answer: In the course of illness caused by illness, the diagnosis of the hospital above the county level and the investigation of the labor department confirmed that the disease caused by the employee himself is not handled according to the casualties of the employee.
14. What is China's current security management system?
Answer: The enterprise is fully responsible, industry management, national supervision, and mass supervision. The workers are observing the rules.
15. What is the emergency principle for industrial accidents?
A: Rescue the wounded, protect the scene of the accident, and report the relevant department promptly.
16. The core of various safety production systems is the responsibility system for safety production.
17. Security inspections are an important part of discovering and eliminating insecurity.
18. Insecurity is the material condition that caused the accident. Unsafe behavior is the human error that can cause an accident.
19. What is the task of corporate safety production education?
It is to strive to improve the safety quality of the workforce, improve the understanding of the importance of work safety among employees, increase the sense of responsibility for safety production, improve the awareness of employees in observing rules and regulations and labor disciplines, strengthen the legal concept of safe production, and increase the number of employees. The level of safety technology knowledge and proficiency in safety technology require the ability to handle accidents.
20. What is the content of team safety education?
1. Understand the mission and role of the job, production characteristics, production equipment, and safety devices.
2, understand the post safety rules and regulations, safe operation procedures.
3, understand the post a protective equipment, appliances, tools, the specific use of methods.
4. Understand the accidents and lessons learned from the job.
21. What is protective grounding and zero connection?
A: The protective grounding is to prevent the risk of electric shock due to insulation damage, and the metal part of the voltage to ground that may present a dangerous situation in close connection with the earth is called the protective grounding. The zero connection is to connect the metal part housing or frame of the electrical equipment insulated by the live part with the neutral wire in the neutral earthing system.
22. The erection requirements for temporary wires?
A: 1, height above ground, indoor not less than 2.5 meters, outdoor not less than 3 meters, not less than 5 meters across the road. 2, the insulation of the wire must be good. 3, the wire must not contact flammable and explosive high-temperature and wet pipes and equipment. 4. Keep the wires with an insulating tape or a temporary power distribution socket.
23. What is the flash point? What is the ignition point?
Answer: In the case of flammable liquids and flammable liquid vapours, flash light can be caused when an open flame is encountered. The temperature at this time is called the flash point. The temperature at which the substance starts to catch fire is called the ignition point.
24. What are the main causes of fire in electrical lines?
Answer: (1) Short circuit between lines; (2) Improper installation of the fuse; (3) Overload; (4) Poor contact resistance at the contact or connection point.
25. What are the reasons for mechanical injury?
Answer: 1. The machinery and equipment do not meet the safety requirements; 2. The use of the equipment is not well protected and there are no protective facilities; 3. The safety operation regulations are not perfect and the safety education is not enough.
26. When there is a fire in the construction site, it is necessary to cut off the power supply and use sand, carbon dioxide, "1211" or dry powder fire extinguisher to extinguish the fire. It is forbidden to use water and foam fire extinguisher.
27. Fire is divided into A, B, C, D four categories 1.A fire: refers to the solid material fire. This material is often of an organic nature and generally produces burning embers when burned. Such as wood, cotton, wool, hemp, paper fire, etc. 2. Class B fires: Refers to liquid fires and fusible solid fires. Such as gasoline, kerosene, crude oil, methanol, ethanol, asphalt, paraffin fire and so on. 3.C class fire: refers to a gas fire. Such as gas, natural gas, methane, ethane, propane, hydrogen fire and so on. 4.D fire: Refers to a metal fire. Refers to potassium, sodium, magnesium, titanium, zirconium, lithium, aluminum-magnesium alloy fires.
28. The "Safety Production Law of the People's Republic of China" was promulgated on June 9, 2002 and implemented on November 1, 2002. The decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on revising the "Safe Production Law of the People's Republic of China" was passed at the tenth meeting of the Standing Committee of the Twelfth National People's Congress on August 31, 2014 and will come into effect on December 1, 2014. .
29. Occupational disease prevention and control work adheres to prevention, prevention and control, and implementation of classified management and comprehensive management.
30. For the injured who stopped breathing and heartbeat in work-related accidents, the success rate of the rescue within 5 minutes was extremely high.
31. It is the best time for a fire to be extinguished within 5 to 7 minutes of a fire in a building. Before this time, it is necessary to try to escape the scene of the fire.
32. Where the employing unit forces laborers to operate in violation of rules and regulations, and there are major casualties and serious consequences, the responsible person shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law.
33. The safe current allowed by the human body is 9 milliamps for men and 6 milliamps for women. When the current is 50 mA, it will endanger people's lives and it is called lethal current.
34. The national firefighting day is November 9.
35. Safe color classification and its meaning: Red: Prohibition sign Blue: Command sign Yellow: Alert sign Green: Prompt sign.
36. In the event of a high voltage wire breaking off the ground, personnel are forbidden to enter within 20 meters of the point of disconnection of the wire.
37. The red line in the three-wire cable represents the FireWire.
38. The â€œLabor Safety and Hygiene Markâ€ is centered on the Green Cross, which represents the safety and hygiene of labor, surrounded by degenerative gears and olive leaves. The left gear symbolizes labor, the Great Wall, and China. The right olive leaf symbolizes peace, Happy and happy.
39. If the person who receives the electric shock is seriously injured, stops breathing or stops beating heart, artificial respiration and external cardiac compression should be performed.
40. Use a fire extinguisher to fight fire.
41. All work done at a height of 2 meters above the falling height reference surface and above may be called high work.
42. When demolition works are to be carried out on the construction site, they must be dismantled from the top down.
43. Storage tanks for acetylene bottles should be kept away from direct sunlight and should not be less than 15 meters away from open fire.
44. The fire spreads through heat conduction, heat radiation, and thermal convection.
45. The act of negligence causing a fire that has not caused any serious damage shall be given a warning, a fine, or a detention penalty of less than ten days.
46. â€‹â€‹The scope of safe production includes personal safety and equipment safety.
47. The principle of "four-all" in safety production management includes full-time, full-time, all-around, all-weather.
48. After using the seat belt for 2 years, it should be checked once.
49. At heights, tools must be placed in a portable toolbox or tool bag.
50. The State requires that the weight of a safety helmet should not exceed 400 grams.
51. The â€œDâ€ mark on the helmet indicates that the helmet has insulating properties.
52. The correct buckle of the seat belt should be high and low.
53. Where there are two (or more than two) layers of workers who work in the same vertical body at the same time, such operations that are prone to object strikes are called crossover operations.
54. The â€œSamboâ€ at the construction site is a safety helmet, safety belt, and safety net.
55. Safe voltage: 42, 36, 24, 12, 6 volts.
56. Safe voltage power supply: Powered by a specific power supply, including an independent power supply and a safety isolating transformer (consisting of two relatively independent coils mounted on the same core). Autotransformers, voltage dividers, and semiconductor devices cannot be used as voltage supply sources.
57. The necessary conditions for safe voltage circuits:
I, the power supply input and output must implement circuit isolation;
II. Circuits operating under safe voltage must have no electrical connection with other electrical systems (grounding is not allowed, but the core of the safety isolating transformer should be grounded);
III. When a safe voltage of 24V or more is used, protective measures must be taken to prevent direct contact with the live body. No exposed live body is allowed.
IV. The line meets the following conditions: The voltage rating of the components and conductors is at least 250V, and plugs used for safety voltages cannot be plugged into higher voltage outlets.
58. On-site rescue points for electric shock: Quickly disengage from the power supply; accurately implement rescue (artificial respiration and external cardiac compression); rescue in place; adhere to the treatment in the end.
59. What is the working pressure of the pressure vessel, the maximum working pressure, and the design pressure? What is the relationship between them? What does the operating temperature and design temperature of the pressure vessel refer to?
A: Operating pressure (also called operating pressure) refers to the pressure at the top of the vessel during normal process operations. The maximum working pressure refers to the highest pressure that may occur during normal process operations. When the pressure exceeds this value, the safety device on the container will act. The determination of the maximum working pressure and the design pressure of the working medium refer to the pressure used to determine the calculated wall thickness of the container and its component dimensions at the corresponding design temperature. The "Supervision Regulations for Pressure Vessel Safety Technology" stipulates that the design pressure of the vessel must not be lower than the maximum working pressure. Pressure vessels equipped with safety relief devices shall not be designed to have a pressure lower than the opening pressure or burst pressure of the safety relief device. The working temperature of the pressure vessel refers to the temperature of the working medium inside the vessel during normal operation, that is, the temperature of the medium. The design temperature refers to the highest or lowest temperature that the shell wall or element metal may reach under the corresponding design pressure during normal operation of the vessel. When the temperature of the shell wall or element metal is below -20Â°C, the design temperature is determined by the lowest temperature. In addition, the design temperature is always selected according to the maximum temperature. The operating temperature of the pressure vessel refers to the temperature of the medium, and the design temperature refers to the design temperature of the housing.
60. From the date of manufacture, the following fire extinguishers (bottles) must be scrapped when they reach the following threshold:
Portable chemical foam fire extinguisher - 5 years; Portable acid-alkaline fire extinguisher - 5 years; Portable water fire extinguisher - 6 years; Portable dry powder fire extinguisher (storage cylinder type) - 8 years; Portable pressure storage dry powder fire extinguisher - 10 years; Portable 1211 fire extinguisher - 10 years; Portable carbon dioxide fire extinguisher - 12 years; Stove-type chemical foam fire extinguisher - 8 years; Cart type dry powder fire extinguisher (air bottle type) - 10 years; Cart pressure dry powder fire extinguisher - 12 Year; cart type 1211 extinguisher - 10 years; cart type carbon dioxide extinguisher - 12 years. In addition, fire extinguishers or gas cylinders that should be scrapped must be perforated in the body of the cylinder or bottle, and marked with â€œScrapâ€ should be affixed with self-adhesive. The contents are as follows: â€œRetiredâ€, the minimum font size is 25mmÃ— 25mm; scrapped year, month; maintenance unit name; inspector's signature. The fire extinguisher should carry out at least one maintenance inspection every year.
61. Classification of chemical pressure vessels: Pressure vessels are divided into reaction vessels, heat transfer vessels, separation vessels and storage vessels according to their purposes.
62. What is a pressure vessel? A pressure vessel is a closed device containing gas or liquid and carrying a certain pressure. Its scope is defined as the maximum working pressure greater than or equal to 0.1 MPa (gauge pressure).
63. The contents of pressure vessel safety inspection include: 1. Insulation, corrosion protection, and whether the equipment nameplate is intact. 2. Whether the container is cracked, deformed, or partially bulged. 3, all cracks in the container, pressure components and other leaks. 4. Is the safety accessory complete, sensitive and reliable? 5, whether the basis of sinking, tilting. The sturdy screws are complete and in good condition. 6, whether vibration, friction. 7. Whether the operating pressure, temperature and component parameters meet the design requirements during operation. 8, the operation log, maintenance records are complete and correct.
64. Toxic effects of common chemical substances:
Chlorine (Cl2): Yellow-green gas, soluble in water, alkali solution, carbon disulfide and carbon tetrachloride. With carbon monoxide can generate more toxic phosgene. Chlorine dissolves in water to produce hydrochloric acid and hypochlorous acid, producing local irritation. It mainly damages the upper respiratory tract and bronchial mucosa, causing bronchospasm, bronchitis and peribronchitis, and severe pulmonary edema. After inhalation of high concentrations of chlorine, vagal reflexive heartbeats were arrested and died of "electrical shock".
65. Sulphur dioxide (SO2): colorless gas, 2.3 times the density of air. Pressure can be liquefied, the liquid relative density 1.434, boiling point -10 Â°C. Soluble in water, ethanol and ether. After inhalation of the respiratory tract, sulfite and sulfuric acid are generated on the wet surface of the mucous membrane, producing a strong stimulatory effect. Massive inhalation can cause laryngeal edema, pulmonary edema, and vocal cord paralysis.
66. Carbon monoxide (CO): colorless, odorless, non-irritating gas. The density is 0.968 times that of air, insoluble in water but soluble in ammonia, ethanol, benzene and acetic acid. The flame is blue when burning. After carbon monoxide is inhaled, it enters the circulation via the alveoli. Carbon monoxide and hemoglobin produce carboxyhemoglobin. Carbon oxygen hemoglobin has no oxygen-carrying capacity and is not easily dissociated, resulting in hypoxia in tissues of the body.
67. Hydrogen cyanide (HCN): A colorless, bitter almond-flavored gas, 0.94 times the density of air, a melting point of -13.4Â°C, and a boiling point of 26Â°C. Soluble in water, ethanol and ether. Dissolved in water to produce volatile hydrogen cyanide. Hydrogen cyanide has a strong affinity with trivalent iron ions of oxidized cytochrome oxidase in the body. After firmly binding with it, the enzyme loses its activity, hindering the biological oxidation process, making the tissue cells unable to use oxygen, and causing internal suffocation.
68. Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S): A colorless gas with a rotten egg odor, 1.19 times the density of air and a boiling point of -61.8Â°C. Soluble in water, ethanol, glycerin, petroleum solvents.
69. The basic method of fire extinguishing:
First, cooling fire extinguishing method:
The fire extinguishing agent is directly injected on the burning object to reduce the burning temperature below the burning point to stop the burning; or the fire extinguishing agent is sprayed on the substance near the fire source so that it will not form a new flame heat radiation effect. Fire point. Cooling fire extinguishing method is a main method of fire extinguishing. Commonly used water and carbon dioxide as fire extinguishing agent cool cooling and extinguishing. The fire extinguishing agent does not participate in the chemical reaction during the fire extinguishing process. This method belongs to the physical fire extinguishing method
Second, the isolation fire extinguishing method:
The unburned combustible material is removed or isolated from the burning material and the supply of combustible material is interrupted so that the combustion stops due to the lack of flammable materials. The specific methods are:
1. Move combustible, flammable, explosive and combustible materials near the fire source;
2. Close the valves of combustible gas and liquid pipes to reduce and prevent combustible substances from entering the combustion zone;
3, trying to block the flammable flammable, combustible liquid;
4. Dismantle flammable buildings adjacent to the fire source to form a space zone to prevent the spread of fire.
Third, suffocation fire suppression law:
Prevent air from flowing into the combustion zone or dilute the air with non-flammable gas, etc., so that the combustion product does not get enough oxygen to extinguish. The specific method is:
1. Cover combustion products with sand, cement, wet sacks, wet cotton quilts, and other nonflammable or flame-retardant materials;
2, spraying spray water, dry powder, foam and other fire extinguishing agent covering the combustion;
3. Infuse containers and equipment that cause fire with inert gases such as steam, nitrogen, or carbon dioxide;
4, closed fire construction, equipment and holes;
5. Spray non-combustible or incombustible liquids (such as carbon dioxide, nitrogen, carbon tetrachloride, etc.) into the combustion area or on the incinerator.
1. Illegal operation: refers to the violation of various regulatory documents issued by the State during the labor production process and the various rules and regulations specified by enterprises, institutions, and their administrative agencies to reflect the objective laws of safe production, including process technology, production operations, and labor. Procedures, rules, regulations, regulations, methods and systems for protection, safety management, etc., as well as notifications and decisions concerning safe production.
2. Safety Production Responsibility System: The safety production responsibility system is a system responsible for layers of safety production at all levels of leadership, functional departments, engineering technicians, and post operators established in accordance with safety production regulations.
3. Accidental Hazard: It refers to the unsafe behavior, the unsafe status of the material, and the management defects of the person who caused the accident in the production system.
4. Casualties of employees in the company: Refers to personal injuries or acute poisoning accidents that occur during the labor process. In other words, the employees work in this position, or if they do not work in this position, but due to the company's equipment and facilities are not safe, poor working conditions and operating environment, poor management, and corporate leaders assigned to enterprises outside the company's activities, the person's body Injuries (ie minor injuries, serious injuries, deaths) and acute poisoning accidents.
5. Casualty accidents of employees in enterprises: Refers to personal injuries and acute poisoning accidents that occur during the labor process of employees. In other words, the employees work in this position, or if they do not work in this position, but due to the company's equipment and facilities are not safe, poor working conditions and operating environment, poor management, and corporate leaders assigned to enterprises outside the company's activities, the person's body Injuries (ie minor injuries, serious injuries, deaths) and acute poisoning accidents.
71. The central task of labor hygiene is to improve working conditions and prevent occupational hazards.
72. From a macro point of view, according to statistics, the main reason for accidents is the insecurity of people and the unsafe behavior of people.
73. The types of safety inspections include daily safety inspections, regular safety inspections, professional safety inspections, seasonal safety inspections, post-holiday safety inspections, and irregular safety inspections.
74. Comrade Zhou Enlai proposed the "safety first" slogan in l957.
75. The scope of special operations and personnel includes:
(1) Electric work. Including power generation, transmission, transformation, distribution workers, electrical equipment installation, operation, maintenance (maintenance), test workers, underground electric locksmith.
(2) Metal welding and cutting operations. Including welders, cutters.
(3) Lifting machinery (including elevators) operation. Including lifting machinery (including elevators) drivers, division cable workers, signal commanders, installation and maintenance workers.
(4) Motor vehicle driving within the company. The driving personnel of various types of motor vehicles that travel in production areas such as docks, freight yards, and construction sites within the company.
(5) Elevation erection operations. Including the erection of 2 meters or more erection, removal, maintenance workers, high-rise building (structure) surface cleaning workers.
(6) Boiler operation (water quality test). Including pressure boiler operation workers, boiler water quality testing workers.
(7) Pressure vessel operation. Including pressure vessel cans, inspection workers, transport and escort workers, and large air compressor operators.
(8) Refrigeration operation. Including refrigeration equipment installers, operators, and maintenance workers.
(9) Blasting operations. Including ground engineering blasting, underground blasting.
(10) Mine ventilation operations. Including the main fan fan operators, gas drainage workers, ventilation safety monitoring workers, wind measurement dust measurement workers.
(11) Mine drainage operations. Including the main drainage pump in mines, tailings dam operators.
(12) Mine safety inspection operations. Including safety inspection workers, gas inspection workers, electrical equipment explosion-proof inspection workers.
(13) Mines improve transport operations. Including hoist operator, (upper and lower) winch operator, fixed conveyor belt operator, signal worker, hold tank (handle).
(14) Mining (stripping) operations. Including coal mining machine driver, boring machine driver, rock breaker driver, rock drill driver.
(15) Mine rescue operations.
(16) Dangerous goods operations. Operators with dangerous chemical mouths, civilian ** products, radioactive articles, transport escort workers, storage custodians.
(17) Other operations approved by the State Administration of Work Safety.
76. Special operators should be over 18 years of age, but personnel engaged in blasting operations and coal mine gas inspections must be under 20 years of age.
77. Special operators can obtain job licenses after passing professional technical training exams.
78. Review period In addition to motor vehicle driving and motor boat driving and turbine operators, according to the relevant state regulations, other special operation certificates will be reviewed once every two years.
79. Cylinders of cylinders have defects that are visible to the naked eye (bulging) and should be disposed of. Storage tanks of acetylene bottles should be kept away from direct sunlight and should not be less than 10 meters away from open fire.
80. In the welding operation, in order to protect the safety of the operator, the protection sheet is generally used once every 8 hours.
81. Gas welding is a welding method using a gas-fired flame as a heat source.
82. Locations for welding work should not store flammable objects.
83. The three major safety accessories for boilers are safety valves, pressure gauges and water level gauges. Improper treatment of furnace water over a long period of time may result in boiler **. The external inspection of the boiler testing project cycle is conducted once a year.
84. When the crane is nearing the end of the line, it is necessary to turn off the electricity in time and try not to use the travel limiter.
85. The voltage must not exceed 110 volts before welding with a DC welder.
86. When opening the cylinder valve, the operator should stand on the side.
87. The red line engraved on the dial of the pressure gauge indicates high working pressure.
88. The main responsibility of the signalling personnel of the lifting appliance is to give the operator an appropriate signal in the lifting process so that the lifting work can be carried out smoothly.
89. In the maintenance of boilers and pressure vessels, 12-volt lighting should be used.
90. The act of causing fire due to negligence of a person and causing serious consequences constitutes a crime of fire.
95. Cigarette butts center temperature up to 700 ~ 800 Â°C, which exceeds the burning point of combustibles such as cotton, linen, wool fabrics, paper, furniture, etc., if throwing cigarette butts easily lead to burning, and even cause a fire.
96. The main function of the machine guard is to prevent operational accidents.
97. Hand tools should not be placed on the edge of the table because the tools are easy to fall and hurt.
98. Gas cylinder precautions:
1. When moving the storage cylinder, install an anti-vibration washer and tighten the helmet to protect the switch valve from accidental rotation and reduce collision.
2. When transporting gas cylinders filled with gas, it is best to use a special stretcher or trolley, or you can lift it horizontally by hand or vertically. However, it is not permissible to hold the switch valve by hand.
3. Gas cylinders filled with gas should be properly fixed during loading and transportation to avoid rolling collisions on the way; loading and unloading of vehicles should be carried out with care, and throwing, dropping, or other methods that can easily cause collisions should be prohibited.
4. Gas cylinders (such as hydrogen cylinders and oxygen cylinders) that can cause combustion and ** gas to come into contact with each other after being in contact with each other, cannot be transported or co-located with the vehicle, and cannot be mixed with other flammable and explosive materials.
5, cylinder bottle body defects, safety accessories are incomplete or damaged, can not guarantee the safe use, must not be sent to the filling gas, should be sent to the relevant units before inspection can be used.
99: Boilers work under high temperature and high pressure, and are always affected by the erosion and operation status of smoke, fire, water vapor and other substances; some pressure vessels and cylinders are used under high temperature and high pressure, and some are used under cryogenic cryogenic conditions. The attire is flammable, explosive, poisonous or corrosive, and the metal materials of these devices undergo corrosion, wear, deformation, fatigue, decarbonization, and changes in metallurgical structure. Their attachments and accessories are also operational and Due to the influence of operating factors, failure or damage may occur. If the processing is not discovered in time, serious equipment damage and personal injury may occur. Therefore, in order to grasp the status of boilers, pressure vessels, gas cylinders and other equipment in a timely manner, discover and eliminate hidden dangers, and ensure the safe and economical operation of equipment, the necessary inspections and repairs of the equipment must be carried out on a regular basis.
100. Why do we have to deal with the boiler water quality? A: The quality of the boiler water quality is very close to the safe and economic operation of the boiler. Boiler water quality is not good, it will make the heat surface produce scale, affect the heat transfer effect, waste of fuel. Seriously, it will cause the drum to bulge and the pipe will be blocked and cause an accident. The various impurities contained in the furnace water (including gas, etc.) can also cause corrosion of the metal and shorten the service life of the boiler. Excessive impurities will also affect the quality of the steam, causing the steam to carry water and causing soda to soak. Therefore, strengthening the treatment of boiler water quality is an important part of ensuring boiler safety and economic operation.
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