Stench Gas® is designed to be a First Line in Defense of underground personnel.
What is Stench Gas®?
Ethyl Mercaptan (Ethanethiol) a colorless organic liquid C2H5SH that has a strong odor and is added to odorless gas’s for fuel as a warning agent. In mining we use it in the same manner, it is the only reliable way of alerting underground personnel as to a problem within the Mine. Ethyl Mercaptan can be detected by humans at approximate 0.6 parts per billion.
With the make-up of our cylinders, the product that comes out is non-flammable and can be injected before or after heater house.
The end result is a definitive warning to let all workers underground know of an emergency, and safety pre-cautions that need to be taken.
Has been created to (counter act) the Ethyl Mercaptan. It is recommended that all Compressor Lines are flushed with Anti-Stench for neutralization or residual stench on the interior of pipe walls.
To be fired in a Fresh Air System to act as a mask or deodorizer of the Ethyl Mercaptan. Allowing production to be up and running quicker. By using Anti-Stench or Wintergreen Cylinders, optimal preparation of the Compressed or Ventilation Air Lines have been considered.
Stench Injection Systems
Cylinder Stock available.
Immediate delivery anywhere in the world.
MWD-100-E-H-SC-240 (Ethyl Mercaptan)
MWD-200-E-H-LC-200 (Ethyl Mercaptan)
MWD-300-E-H-LC-200 (Ethyl Mercaptan)
MWD-500-E-H-LC-200 (Ethyl Mercaptan)
MWD-500-E-H-LC-400 (Ethyl Mercaptan)
Environmentally Friendly Cylinder Disposal Services
Zacon offers a Mine Warning Device Cylinder disposal service. Using an environmentally friendly process dispose of the cylinder for you. This way you do not need to worry about the difficult and very important environment aspect of disposing of the cylinder. We do it for you.
This Safety System, is designed to be a First Line in Defense of underground personnel. It is the most reliable and widely used Mine Warning Device on the market today. Zacon Limited exports Stench Systems to the World. The system relies on your sense of smell and the Ventilation or Compressed Air System to deliver the message to underground personnel.