Classification of explosion-proof barrels

- Sep 18, 2019-

The types of explosion-proof barrels are: ordinary explosion-proof barrels with the same upper and lower diameters, cone-shaped fire buckets with thick and thin tops, and explosion-proof vats with lids and nozzles customized according to requirements.

Fire buckets are generally conical or round barrels. They are used to contain yellow sand and extinguish oil, magnesium powder and other burning materials when fighting fires. They can also be used to hold water to extinguish the initial fire of general substances.

The material is copper alloy. Due to the good thermal conductivity of copper and almost no carbon, the heat generated in a short time is absorbed and transmitted when the tool and object are rubbed or impacted. Another reason is that the copper itself is relatively soft and friction. It has good concession when hitting and is not easy to produce tiny metal particles.

Be sure to purchase products that have passed the test and certification of the nationally recognized explosion-proof performance test unit. At the time of purchase, you should carefully understand the scope of adaptation, performance, characteristics, usage methods and precautions specified in the manual. The tool body is usually marked with the "Ex" mark and is a qualified product. Never buy such products without a certificate, otherwise it will cause personal injury in the future.