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NOIE: Specified evacuation distances am for emergency response personnel, lhe public should be evacuated to double the specified distance. Tank is capable of violent rupture Flammable Gas, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 39 Clear wreckage No No Do not d a m a g e valves in handling Yes Yes Page Yes Get expert evaluation immediately Determine if material or products of combustion are toxic and protect as required No Yes No Move so that shell leak is at top of cylinder No Set cylinder with | leaking fitting up Yes Page 41 I l Yes Close valve or otherwise repair 40 HAZARDOUS MATERIALSACCIDENTS Yes No Determine LEL and protect from ignition Yes No Let burn or attempt to close valve while under water spray Yes No Evacuate to 1000 feet [300 meters] in all directions (See Note* ] Yes Cool cylinders exposed to fire [See Note* ] *NO~E: Cylinders are equipped with safety devices designed to prevent their rupture in a fire.
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No If gas is toxic or noxious, the need for downwind evacuation should be calculated. Water fog may remove vapors from air. CLASS NONFLAMMABLE GAS SIZE BULK Yes Do not apply water to liquid If gas is toxic or noxious, determine need for downwind evacuation. Water fog may remove vapors from air, but prevent direct water application to liquid pool and determine potential of foam blanket to reduce vapor hazard. No Yes Yes No ~'es Set up unmanned monitors No Evacuate to 2500 feet (750 meters] in all directions Protect evacuation by cooling impinged area until first 1200 feet (360 meters) are clear and retire to 2500 feet (750 meters) Set monitors Violent rupture of tank should be expected Do not fight fire unless it can be extinguished immediately Tank is c a p a b l e of violent rupture Evacuate to 2500 feet (750 meters) in all directions Do not fight fire unless it can be extinguished immediately Tank is c a p a b l e of violent rupture NOllE: Specified evacuation distances are for emergency r e s p o n s e p e r s o n n e l .
A Guide to Safe Handling of Hazardous Materials Accidents by American Society for Testing and Materia