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How To Store Cuprous Chloride


According to the different processing methods of the Basic Copper Chloride materials in the roasting stage

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According to the different processing methods of the Basic Copper Chloride materials in the roasting stage, the basic copper chloride separation methods are divided into two types: "one-stage separation" and "two-stage separation". "One-stage separation method" is to mix Basic Copper Chloride ore, salt and reducing agent into the roaster (mostly use horizontal rotary kiln), and the heating and separation of materials are carried out in the same equipment; the "two-stage separation method" is also Known as the "Torco" method, the Basic Copper Chloride ore is preheated to the reaction temperature, and then an appropriate amount of salt and reducing agent are mixed into a separation reactor for separation. Current production shows that these two isolation methods can achieve a higher selection index.

List of main equipment used in Basic Copper Chloride separation system:
      Combustion chamber, stainless steel radial heat exchanger, ordinary steel honeycomb heat exchanger, single-tube vortex dust collector, multi-tube vortex dust collector, exhaust fan, turbulent dust cooling tower, water film dust collector, plastic chimney, sealed disc feed Feeder, belt scale.
  During the operation, it is recommended that the operator wear a self-priming filter dust mask, chemical safety goggles, protective work clothes and rubber gloves. Avoid generating dust. Avoid contact with reducing agents and alkali metals. During transportation, the Basic Copper Chloride must be handled with care to avoid damage to the packaging. Equipped with leakage emergency treatment equipment. Empty containers may be hazardous residues and should be cleaned up in time. Cuprous Chloride should be stored in a cool and ventilated warehouse, away from fire and heat sources. It should be stored separately from reducing agents, alkali metals and edible chemicals, and avoid mixed storage. The storage area should be equipped with suitable materials to prevent leakage.

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