Health hazards of chloro silane
: inhalation and ingestion of chloro silane have a strong stimulating effect on eye and respiratory mucosa. In high concentrations, it can cause corneal turbidity, respiratory inflammation, and even pulmonary edema even with symptoms such as dizziness, headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, palpitation,etc. If it splashes on the skin, it can cause necrosis, ulceration and they cannot be healing for a long time.
First aid measures for chloro silane: Skin contact: remove contaminated clothing immediately and rinse with running water for more than 15 minutes. If skin is burnt, you should seek medical attention. Eye contact: immediately lift eyelids and rinse with running water for 15 minutes or with 2% sodium bicarbonate solution. Inhalation: quickly leave the site to the place with fresh air. Keep warm and keep the airway open. Artificial respiration is necessary. Go to see a doctor. Ingestion: Patients should gargle immediately after sobriety. Drink milk or egg white. Seek medical advice immediately.
Chloro silane leakage treatment: Evacuate people from the contaminated area to the safe area, and prohibit irrelevant people from entering the contaminated area. Emergency personnel are advised to wear self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing. Do not directly contact the leakage materials, do not make the leakage materials contact combustible materials (wood, paper, oil, etc). Plug the leak while ensuring safety. Spray mist slows down the speed of volatilization (or diffusion), but do not spray directly on the leakage or leakage point. Sprinkle the floor with soda ash, then rinse with plenty of water and dilute the rinse water into the wastewater system. If there is a lot of leakage, do not deal with it with water. Remove it under the direction of a technician.