Bromine is a deep reddish brown liquid and the only non-metallic element that is liquid at room temperature. It has irritating odor and strong corrosiveness, so bromine needs great attention during packaging and transportation. Then the following small series will take you to understand the precautions of bromine during packaging and transportation.
Packed in acid-resistant ceramic altar or glass bottle, sealed at the mouth of the altar (bottle) or sealed with wax or plaster. Industrial bromine has a net weight of 25kg or 30kg per litter. The altar (bottle) is placed in a wooden box, and a cushion is placed between the box and the altar (bottle) to prevent smashing. There should be obvious “drugs” and “corrosives” signs on the packaging. It belongs to the class of inorganic acid corrosion articles and should be stored in a cool, ventilated and dry warehouse. To prevent exposure to sunlight, it should be separated from fire and heat sources, and should not be stored and mixed with ammonia, phosphorus, aluminum powder and alkali. Keep away from flammable materials such as wood chips, shavings, and straw to prevent burning. Take care when loading and unloading to avoid breakage of the altar (bottle). In case of fire, use water, dry sand, carbon dioxide fire extinguisher to save.