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Flop! Fall into 15 meters deep stainless steel reactor


Release time:

2019-05-14

At 3:14 p.m. on May 4, at a biopharmaceutical factory in Nanping Village, Pingding County, Yangquan City, a man accidentally fell into a stainless steel reactor with a capacity of 200 tons while working and died of suffocation. The stainless steel reactor is about 15 meters high and contains a large amount of non-toxic bacteria. The man was trapped at the bottom of the stainless steel reactor, and the interior was severely anoxic. Over time, accidents may occur due to suffocation. After the incident, the factory to organize drainage rescue trapped people. When the firefighters arrived at the scene, the drainage work had been completed, and the factory staff were using the blower to deliver fresh air to the stainless steel reaction kettle, looking inward from the kettle mouth, vaguely

At 3:14 p.m. on May 4, at a biopharmaceutical factory in Nanping Village, Pingding County, Yangquan City, a man accidentally fell into a stainless steel reactor with a capacity of 200 tons while working and died of suffocation.
The stainless steel reactor is about 15 meters high and contains a large amount of non-toxic bacteria. The man was trapped at the bottom of the stainless steel reactor, and the interior was severely anoxic. Over time, accidents may occur due to suffocation. After the incident, the factory to organize drainage rescue trapped people.
When the firefighters arrived, the drainage work had been completed. The factory staff were using the blower to deliver fresh air to the stainless steel reactor. Looking inward from the kettle mouth, the trapped person could be seen crawling on the bottom of the kettle. As the firefighters shouted loudly, the trapped person did not respond, which concluded that the trapped person may have suffocated to death. Subsequently, a firefighter with rich rescue experience wore an air respirator and went down the ladder in the kettle to the position of the trapped person under the protection of the safety rope. He fixed it with the safety belt he carried with him, and then the firefighter on the top of the kettle pulled it out with the rope. During the rescue process, in order to prevent the trapped people from shaking left and right on the way up, causing the safety rope to be entangled, the firefighters involved in the rescue in the stainless steel reactor escorted the wounded along the ladder step by step. Twenty minutes later, the victim was rescued. Unfortunately, there are no signs of life for those trapped.
Therefore, this article reminds you to be vigilant at any time when carrying out stainless steel reactor operations, to avoid accidents, and to do a good job of rescue measures in time.