Over the past year, Euro Chlor’s General Technical Committee (GTC), in cooperation with its sub-Working Groups for Safety & Transport (GEST) and Equipment, have updated 13 technical recommendations as follows:

  • GEST 08/360 – Design and Operation of Chlorine Liquefaction
  • GEST 12/406 – Best Practices in the Production and Handling of Caustic Soda/Potash
  • GEST 18/494 – Safe loading and Unloading of chlor-alkali related products
  • GEST 92/171 – Personal protective equipment in the chlorine industry
  • GEST 94/206 – Safe use of chlorine from drums and cylinders
  • GEST 94/216 - Experience of Gaskets on Liquid and Dry Chlorine Gas Service
  • GEST 96/218 – Safe Use of Sodium Hypochlorite at Swimming Pools
  • GEST 10/362 – Corrosion Behaviour of Carbon Steel in Wet and Dry Chlorine
  • GEST 78/73 - Design Principles and Operational Procedures for Loading/Off-Loading Liquid Chlorine Road and Rail Tankers and ISO Containers
  • GEST 80/84 – Commissioning and Decommissioning of Installations for Dry Chlorine Gas and Liquid
  • Analytical 13 – Determination of Moisture in Dry Gaseous Chlorine
  • GEST 79/82 - Materials of Construction for Use in Contact with Chlorine
  • GEST 87/130 - Possible Hazards for Chlorine Plants and their Proposed Mitigations

Click here to search for and order all our technical documentation, including the ones mentioned above. For more details, contact Ton Manders, Euro Chlor Technical & Safety Director at