Instructions for use

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Possible risks of transportation and use of hot bitumen are :
High temperatures: The main risk to bitumen is that it rises during the transfer, storage and temperature process. Therefore, the use of personal protective equipment with bitumen is necessary to avoid any contact with powdered bitumen. .
Propagation of vapors: Bitumen is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons that boils in a wide range. The emission of visible vapors is usually from oC150 Starts. For every 10 Up to 12 degrees the volume of released vapors doubles. These vapors are mainly hydrocarbons and a little bit H2S Have been formed. These two types of steam have a lot of sensitivity, especially that H2S Underneath the roof of the tank is collected. This gas is in very low concentrations ppm500 It is very fatal, and the absence of this gas must be ensured before entering such spaces. Bituminous vapors containing multi-ring aromatic compounds (polycyclic aromatic compounds, PACs) The risks are described below .
Burn: Bitumen burns at very high temperatures. Some materials, if they are hot enough, are burned in the vicinity of the air and are called fire. Bitumen on its own oC400 Fire catches However, bitumen tanks are rarely burnt. In the presence of a small amount of oxygen, H2S It reacts in the bitumen to the reservoir's iron surfaces and produces iron oxide. This substance simply reacts with the oxygen in the reservoir and ignites the coke on the wall and the roof of the reservoir. Coke deposits under the roof and on the wall of reservoirs are composed of bitumen in these places and damage to charcoal materials. At high temperatures and the presence of oxygen or a sudden increase in its amount, a thermal reaction occurs which can result in fire or explosion. For this reason, the inputs of the bitumen tanks should always be closed and the traffic on the tanks should be limited. .
Contact Water: Hot tap water should be avoided. In the event of water contact, the water is converted into vapor. In this situation, the volume of water is approximately 1,400 times, and the spraying and smothering of bitumen occur and depending on the volume of water, there is a hot bitumen overflow .

The potential hazards of shipping and use of hot bitumen are: :
The hottest bitterness is skin with the highest risk of bitumen. In the very long period of use of bitumen, there is no report that there is a risk of bitumen on the skin in bitumen. In the case of soluble bitumens and leachates, due to their lower temperature, the possibility of contact with the skin is more likely to be avoided. In contact with soluble bitumen, there is a possibility of penetration of solvent into the body through the skin of the skin. The presence of solvent in the body has carcinogenic effects. Contact with liquids stimulates the skin and the eyes, and in some people it causes sensitivity .
Initial Assistance: In the event of burns, the burner location should be rapidly cooled. For this purpose the skin of the burn area should be kept for 10 minutes under cold water. For eyes, leave at least 5 minutes in cold water for 5 minutes. In all cases, you should refrain from cooling your body. Avoid removing bitumen from the skin .
Medical care: The bitumen tightly attaches to the skin and should only be removed from the skin in a well-equipped clinic. The coated bitumen forms a sterile and waterproof layer on the burn area and prevents drying. Separating bitumen from the skin damages the skin and causes it to dry, and in the event of a second degree burn, it causes infection. In the case of grade 2 burns, the layers of the bitumen should be left over and covered with paraffinic ointment such as flamazine (silver sulfadiazine). This method soften bitumen and after a day the bitumen layer is detached. In this case, the skin does not change and is restored. The bitumen is gradually separated. In case of grade 3 burn, depending on depth and position, surgery should be removed. In this situation, bitumen should be removed in the operating room for 5 days after burn. Under these conditions, no infection will occur .
If the burn causes bleeding, the bitumen after the cooling down prevents hemorrhage and acts like a bandage. In this case, the cooled bitumen should be soft and separate to prevent blockage of blood flow. In case of contact with hot bitumen, only one specialist should examine the patient's condition and take the necessary action. .
The burning risks of hot bitumen are as follows. When hot bitumen is mixed with each other, smoke is released. This smoke contains bituminous particles, steam hydrocarbons and a small amount H2S They are. Permissible smoke limit for long term ( Average 8 hours ) mg / m35 And short term ( 10 minute ) mg / m310 is. Under normal operating conditions, exposure to these materials is below these limits .
Exposure limit allowed H2S in long term ( 8 the watch ) ppm10 Or mg / m314 And in the short term ( 10 minute ) ppm15 The equivalent mg / m321 is .
Exposure to smoke of bitumen causes eye irritation, nose and respiratory problems, headaches and nausea. These effects are transient and quickly resolved. Although these small irritations, the exposure to bitumen smoke should be minimized. For first aid, it should be promptly brought to the newly arrived airman. If a person does not improve promptly, you should go to a doctor. Studies show that in spite of the presence of aromatic compounds in asphalt workers, asphalt plants exposed to bitumen smoke have no health problems. .
In the end, all those who work with bitumen always include the necessary personal safety equipment and provide the necessary training in the field of personal hygiene, firefighting of bitumen and how to remove bitumen from the body of nature.

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