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Black smoke rises from the fire caused by blasts at a paraxylene (PX) chemical plant, injuring at least 14 people, in Zhangzhou city, Southeast China's Fujian province, April 6, 2015. [Photo/IC]
The damage caused by the explosion in a chemical plant producing paraxylene on Monday will not be to just the plant's productivity and the local environment. It will also increase people's aversion to such ...

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Post time 2015-4-8 14:21:34 |Display all floors
Proper Tools for proper job.
Take all precautionary measures to ensure all flanges that required be tightened correctly adhere to international standard application of tightening procedures. That will ensure life of personnel and asset be protected.
Despite many of such principles are preached in China refineries for exertion of such practise, most of the old veterans within the maintenance division are still adopting the incorrect method in tightening these flanges leading to oil leakages and missed accident that led to shut-down of assets. With such control measures not in place, the cost of repairing this error will be costlier but most of the old veterans insisted they are receptive to the principles but the bureaucracy of getting top man to endorse to change the way being handled or managed would be a hellish cycle. Therefore no one would ever want to adopt them. Such are the way the 2nd biggest economic power viewed safety and environmental care in their motherland. If they are opened to receiving different approach in addressing flange leakages, such incidents would have avoided.

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