Whether living or non-living, they should be cleaned after a period of time, and often stay clean and tidy to work better. So how should we clean our stainless steel reactor? What are some cleaning requirements? Please take a look at the following points. 1. According to the needs of production and operation, regularly clean the sediment of the stainless steel reactor, and store different items should be cleaned according to the regulations. Pipelines and electrical connections must be isolated before the tank is cleared. The stainless steel reactor cleaning shall be assigned a safety supervisor to direct and supervise the operation on site (licensed to work). 2. The handheld tools used to clean the stainless steel reactor for flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemicals should be non-sparking safety tools and cotton cleaning utensils. To clean stainless steel reaction kettles for flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemicals, construction marks must be set up, and unrelated personnel are strictly prohibited from approaching. When cleaning stainless steel reactors for flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemicals, the gas concentration in the tank should be tested in due course, and appropriate safety and individual protection measures should be taken. Before operation, safety officers should analyze the dangers of entering equipment into operation, and check the implementation of tank clearing equipment, on-site, firefighting equipment, and preventive measures. Flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemical stainless steel reactor cleaning residues and wastewater are disposed of in accordance with national waste clean-up regulations. During the cleaning operation of the stainless steel reactor for flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemicals, the person in charge of safety shall supervise the cleaning process on site. After the stainless steel reactor for flammable, explosive, toxic and hazardous chemicals is cleaned, the person in charge of safety should immediately inspect all components and return to normal conditions. 3. Before cleaning the tank, formulate a specific and practical cleaning plan according to the storage variety, category and quantity of the stainless steel reactor; carry out according to the safety requirements of tank cleaning to prevent poisoning and explosion accidents. When the tank is ready for cleaning, all combustible gases and flammable, explosive and toxic gases in it should be discharged. After flammable, explosive, and toxic liquids are emptied, inert gas is also used to purge. 4. When cleaning and filling the poison tank, the operator should have the knowledge to operate the corresponding poisonous product, and the operator should wear gloves and gas protective equipment. When the stainless steel reactor is emptied, water should be injected repeatedly to drain the remainder of the tank as much as possible. During mechanical ventilation, the electrician is responsible for installing a temporary fan for mechanical ventilation. Combustible gas detection is carried out in accordance with the operating rules. When the concentration of the explosive gas exceeds the lower limit of the explosion concentration, the operator is prohibited from entering the tank. 5. Before the canning operation, the safety officer inspects the canning equipment and on-site, educates the tank clearing operators on the safety of the can clearing. After implementing the guardians and safety precautions, the “Operation Permit to Enter the Restricted Space” is applied. Operators and guardians dress and wear labor protective equipment according to regulations. During the operation of the stainless steel reactor, if the operating conditions change abnormally, the operation must be stopped immediately. 16. The safety guardian shall step up the on-site safety patrol inspection and find violations. The guardian shall withdraw the “Operation Permit to Enter the Restricted Space” and stop the operation. After the operation is completed, the person in charge of cleaning the tank and the guardian shall do a good job of on-site safety inspection, inventory personnel, tools, etc. after the tank is cleared. The firefighting equipment is promptly withdrawn, and temporary electricity is removed in a timely manner. Keep the above five requirements in mind. Safety is very important.