Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit A – $2,400.00
Kit “A” includes devices and tools to contain leaks in and around the cylinder valve and in the side wall of chlorine cylinders, US DOT #3A480 & 3AA480. Note: The Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “A” is the only chlorine emergency kit for chlorine cylinders that is manufactured to the design specifications of the Chlorine Institute.
Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit B – $2,425.00
Kit “B” includes devices and tools to contain leaks in and around the ton container valves and in the side wall of ton containers, US DOT# 106A500X. All items are labeled with a part number, color coded yellow and are stored inside a durable polyethylene tool box.
Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit C – $2,775.00
Kit “C” includes devices and tools to contain leaks in and around the pressure relief device and angle valves of tank cars,DOT 105J500W, cargo tanks, MC331, & portable tanks, DOT 51. All items are labeled with a part number, color coded green and are stored inside a durable polyethylene kit box. Note: The Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “C” is the only chlorine emergency kit for chlorine tank cars/trucks that is manufactured to Chlorine Institute specifications.
Chlorine Training Cylinder – $995.00
The training cylinder is an actual full size 150 lb. empty DOT 3AA480 chlorine cylinder. This training device is designed to simulate leaks at the valve and in the sidewall of the cylinder.
Chlorine One Ton Training End $2,850.00
The training end is an actual full size end of the standard DOT 106A500X chlorine container, mounted on a support base. The training end is designed to simulate chlorine emergencies and allow “hands on” practice applying the chlorine emergency Kit “B”. Chlorine leaks can be simulated, using a standard garden hose, in the valve and in two of the fusible plugs.
Chlorine Tank Car Training Dome – $3,530.00
The training dome is designed to simulate chlorine leaks in a rail car dome when applying the Chlorine Emergency Kit “C”. The valve manifold allows the instructor to simulate a chlorine leak, with water or compressed air, in the pressure relief device and two of the angle valves.