Points to Know for Process Safety Testing | Sigma - HSE

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The thermal stability of all materials exposed to elevated temperatures must be known to ensure safe handling conditions. This includes raw materials intermediates including reaction mixtures and final products T H E R M A L S T A B I L I T Y G A S V A P O U R T E S T I N G The range of tests include: - Air over layer Bulk Powder diffusion Cell Aerated Cell

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Static electricity is ubiquitous and can threaten the safety of your staff and operations. Electrostatic discharges pose fire and explosion risks while charged components can complicate handling or bring production to a halt. Sometimes companies are unaware that static is behind these issues. Knowing how static electricity affects your process is the first step towards safety and progress. E L E C T R O S T A T I C T E S T I N G The range of tests include: - Powder volume Resistivity Liquid Conductivity

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When working with any manufacturing process it is always necessary to establish the hazards associated with its operation.The understanding of chemical reactions and material reactivity is a critical element of safe processing as exothermic chemical processes are abundant in manufacturing. Often these reactions are inherent in the transformation being undertaken on other occasions these may be unintended reactions which are not part of your processing plan. C H E M I C A L R E A C T I O N H A Z A R D S T E S T I N G

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In the interest of public safety transportation regulations from the UN and the US Department of Transportation DOT require the classification of certain types of dangerous goods. They also define appropriate tests and procedures to facilitate this classification. If these chemical substances are not properly identified and packaged for safe transport they can pose a threat to human lives and/or the environment T R A N S P O R T A T I O N C L A S S I F I C A T I O N T E S T I N G U N / A D R / C L P

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