Fire in the plastic thread factory, loss of crores – Fire in the plastic thread factory, loss of crores

Firefighters put out the fire in the factory.
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Rani (Kanpur Dehat). A fire broke out on Friday morning due to a short circuit at the Ganesha Eco Spare Private Limited (GPL) synthetic yarn factory in the Rania industrial area of ​​Raipur.
With the help of five fire trucks from the district and a float pump as well as two fire trucks from Kanpur, the fire was brought under control after eight hours of effort, according to the company’s own information. Millions of rupees were damaged by the burning of machines, raw and finished materials in the factory. The exact damage will be known after the inspection of the technical team. No factory worker was injured.
The Vishnupuri Kanpur-based Sharad Sharma’s GPL factory in Raipur is divided into three units. Here the plastic chips are first melted down to plastic granulate. Then the grain is melted into a plastic thread. It is used in textiles. The fire broke out on Friday morning at 3.15 a.m. due to a short circuit in the cooling unit of the hot raw material in the factory.
During this time 50 workers worked here. Workers tried to put out the fire with fire extinguishers located on the premises, but the fire got worse. When the flames went up, the workers ran outside and made a noise. The fire reached the thread production facility. Factory worker SB Singh informed the fire brigade and the factory manager.
According to information, firefighters arrived with two fire trucks and a Maati float pump. The extinguishing work began under the supervision of Chief Fire Officer Surendra Singh and Fire Officer Krishna Kumar. Three other fire trucks from the district and two fire trucks were called from Kanpur to prevent the fire from spreading. Meanwhile, three LPG and two oxygen cylinders that were on the premises continuously exploded with the explosion. Because of this, the factory shed and the wall collapsed. Fortunately, nobody was hit.
When people heard the explosion, people panic. Here the fire was prevented from growing by filling water from fire engines from three sides. The fire was brought under control at around 11.15 a.m. Because of this, two units were completely burned. Here, Vishnupuri Kanpur-based manager Sharad Sharma, who reached the factory, said there had been a loss of crores. How much damage was done becomes clear after the survey.
The factory caught fire because of a short circuit. The fire was brought under control with seven fire engines and a float pump. Factory fire NOK. There is an underground water tank here. Float pumps were used to fill the fire engines with water. This made it easier to control the fire. The details of the damage are requested by notifying the plant manager. Surendra Singh, Chief Fire Officer, Kanpur Dehat

Rani (Kanpur Dehat). A fire broke out on Friday morning due to a short circuit at the Ganesha Eco Spare Private Limited (GPL) synthetic yarn factory in the Rania industrial area of ​​Raipur.

With the help of five fire trucks from the district and a float pump as well as two fire trucks from Kanpur, the fire was brought under control after eight hours of effort, according to the company’s own information. Millions of rupees were damaged by the burning of machines, raw and finished materials in the factory. The exact damage will be known after the inspection of the technical team. No factory worker was injured.

The Vishnupuri Kanpur-based Sharad Sharma’s GPL factory in Raipur is divided into three units. Here the plastic chips are first melted down to plastic granulate. Then the grain is melted into a plastic thread. It is used in textiles. The fire broke out on Friday morning at 3.15 a.m. due to a short circuit in the cooling unit of the hot raw material in the factory.

During this time 50 workers worked here. Workers tried to put out the fire with fire extinguishers located on the premises, but the fire got worse. When the flames went up, the workers ran outside and made a noise. The fire reached the thread production facility. Factory worker SB Singh informed the fire brigade and the factory manager.

According to information, fire fighters arrived with two fire trucks and a Maati float pump. The extinguishing work began under the supervision of Chief Fire Officer Surendra Singh and Fire Officer Krishna Kumar. Three other fire trucks from the district and two fire trucks were called from Kanpur to prevent the fire from spreading. Meanwhile, three LPG and two oxygen cylinders that were on the premises continued to explode with the explosion. Because of this, the factory shed and the wall collapsed. Fortunately, nobody was hit.

When people heard the explosion, people panic. Here the fire was prevented from growing by filling water from fire engines from three sides. The fire was brought under control around 11.15 a.m. Because of this, two units were completely burned. Here, Vishnupuri Kanpur-based manager Sharad Sharma, who reached the factory, said there had been a loss of crores. How much damage was done becomes clear after the survey.

The factory caught fire because of a short circuit. The fire was brought under control with seven fire engines and a float pump. Factory fire NOK. There is an underground water tank here. Float pumps were used to fill the fire engines with water. This made it easier to control the fire. The details of the damage are requested by notifying the plant manager. Surendra Singh, Chief Fire Officer, Kanpur Dehat

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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