The paint shop should use outdoor dangerous goods explosion-proof cabinet equipment for safety reasons. Paints and solvents used in the painting process are highly flammable and can easily ignite or explode if they come into contact with a spark or heat source. Therefore, it is necessary to store these materials in a secure and appropriate manner to prevent accidents.
An outdoor dangerous goods explosion-proof cabinet equipment is designed to provide a safe and secure storage environment for flammable materials. It is made of high-quality, explosion-proof materials that can withstand extreme temperatures and prevent any sparks or flames from escaping the cabinet. The cabinet is also designed with proper ventilation to prevent the buildup of potentially explosive fumes.
By using an outdoor dangerous goods explosion-proof cabinet equipment, the paint shop can reduce the risk of fire and explosion in the workplace. It also helps to comply with relevant safety regulations and ensures that the storage of hazardous materials is done in a safe and responsible manner. Overall, investing in such equipment can help prevent accidents and protect employees and the environment from harm.
The sources of danger in the process of painting are as follows:
- Use tools that may generate sparks to open the paint bucket. The paint is flammable and there is a risk of fire and explosion.
- There is fire or sparks in the paint mixing room, which may cause fire and explosion.
- The paint contains toxic and harmful substances such as benzene, which may be released into the air and cause health occupational diseases after inhalation by the human body.
- Personnel did not wear protective respirators when cleaning the watering can, and harmful substances were inhaled into the human body, causing occupational diseases.
- Without gloves, the thinner gets on the skin and enters the human body through the skin to form occupational diseases.
Precautions for painting operations
- When using sandblasting to remove rust, the nozzle joint should be firm and not directed at people; when the nozzle is blocked, the pressure should be eliminated before repairing or replacing.
- When using kerosene, gasoline, turpentine, acetone and other blending materials, you should wear protective equipment and strictly prohibit smoking.
- When spraying indoors or in containers, ensure good ventilation, and there must be no fire around the operation.
- When electrostatic spraying, there should be a grounding protection device in the spraying room.
- When brushing the outward-opening window sashes, you must wear safety belts, and set up scaffolding when brushing the fascia boards. When painting oil on the iron slope roof, you should use movable boards, protective railings and safety nets.
- Use 36V for indoor lighting and 24V for the basement. Do not mop the wires and operate without a license.
- The protective equipment of sandblasting machinery and equipment must be complete and reliable.
- Qualified safety belts must be fastened for high-altitude operations, and high-hanging and low-use.