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Hydrogen Chloride Shutoff Valve


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Vacuum Regulators

Powell can design your hydrogen chloride shut off system to accommodate vacuum regulators. More.

 

Hydrogen Chloride Valves

Various Cylinder, Ton Container, and Railcar Hydrogen Chloride Valves compatible with both Electric and Pneumatic actuators.  More...

Available Systems

UL-CUL Approved

Powell Valve Closure System control panels (UniPro family, MaxPro™ RA & E-Pro®) are listed by Underwriters Laboratory to UL 508A for Enclosed Industrial Control Panels. Panels are listed by Underwriters Laboratory bearing the UL & CUL mark for use in the United States and Canada markets. In applications where a CSA listed control panel in Canada is required, please contact Powell for further information.

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Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) Valve Shutoff

About Hydrogen Chloride

Hydrogen Chloride is a colorless to slightly yellow, non-flammable gas at standard temperature and pressure with a pungent, irritating odor. Mixed with water, it becomes hydrochloric acid (also known as Muriatic acid). Exposure to HCl can result in irritation to the eyes, throat and skin. Prolonged exposure to Hydrogen Chloride can cause death.

Hydrogen Chloride is used as a cleaning gas during epitaxial deposition and as a furnace cleaning agent. It is shipped in pressurized tank cars with angle plug or angle ball valves.

Synonyms: hydrochloric acid, aqueous hydrogen chloride, HCL solution, chlorhydric acid, hydrochloride, hydrogen chloride, muriatic acid, spirits of salt, UN 1050, UN 1789, UN 2186

Accidental Release of Hydrogen Chloride

In the event of an accidental release of hydrogen chloride, remove sources of ignition and if possible without risk, shut off the gas supply.

Powell Emergency Valve Closure Systems are designed to prevent significant releases of Hydrogen Chloride. In the case of an accidental release, the emergency shutdown system will immediately close the container valve, stopping the source of the leak regardless of where it occurs downstream.

It is possible to prevent an accidental release of Hydrogen Chloride. Contact us today to discuss your specific application requirements.

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Hydrogen Chloride Shutdown Systems for Various Container Sizes

Powell is the only manufacturer to offer both pneumatic or electric systems for 150 lb Hydrogen Chloride Cylinders, Ton Containers, Railcars, Tank Cars, and Bullet Tanks.