H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide) Signs
Alert workers to the presence
of hydrogen sulfide.
The chemical compound H2S (hydrogen sulfide or dihydrogen sulfide) is a very corrosive and poisonous compound that is also flammable. Identified by its rotten egg smell, H2S is a colorless chalcogen hydride gas that is created by the microbial breakdown of organic matter when there isn’t any oxygen around.
H2S is an extremely dangerous substance and absolutely needs to be marked wherever it exists in factories and processing plants. Industries that use this chemical include the paper manufactures where special chemical compounds that include H2S are used to break down lignin and cellulose components. Creative Safety Supply carries these signs in multiple different languages and styles to make sure that you and your employees are staying alert and safe in their environment.