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Kit-SC – Sulfur Dioxide Tank Car/Truck Emergency Kit
Weight: 155 lbs
Availability: Due to weight restrictions this item cannot be ordered online. Please call 315-635-6101 to place an order.
Kit "SC" 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. Sulfur Dioxide Emergency Kits are standard Chlorine Institute Emergency Kits with sulfur dioxide compatible gaskets in place of the standard chlorine compatible gaskets in a sulfur dioxide labeled polyethylene kit box. NEXT GENERATION RAILCAR NOTICE: The Sulfur Dioxide Emergency Kit "SC" will fit the Next Generation Railcar Design, please click link for further details. Kit "SC" Device Features Device 6: A capping device for containing leaks in and around the tank car angle valves (Illustrated.) Device #24: A capping device for containing leaks in and around the tank car pressure relief device (Illustrated.) Accessory Tools: Kit "SC" also includes a variety of hand tools, inspection seals and additional sealing devices. All items are labeled with a part number, color coded green and are stored inside an extra-large, durable polyethylene tool box Design Features. The new design consolidates several traditional Kit C components (10A yoke, 10B block, 10C screw, 10D adapter plate and 10E screws) into one complete yoke assembly, part# 11A. Device #6 and #24 now require only the corresponding hood/gasket combination, yoke 11A, the paint scraper and one wrench, #200C. Yoke 11A is also 20+ lbs. lighter than the previous Kit C yoke assembly and is stored completely assembled and in ready-to-go condition in a large polyethylene kit box, #151-C. - The Kit "SC" also includes a new device, #216, to assist in the opening and closing of tank car angles valves. The US DOT has approved the shipment of leaking cylinders & ton containers, under stated circumstances, without a DOT exemption when contained within a recovery vessel or emergency kit manufactured to the design specifications of the Chlorine Institute. DOT REGULATION.