Pyralene,  technically speaking,  has excellent properties: it tolerates great temperatures - up to 1,700 degrees, does not mix with any other substance, It is stable and non-degradable. It was used to charge of transformers, because the physical and chemical contacts could not be ignited and cause any damage. Also in the reactive energy compensation systems it was used to recharge the capacitor batteries.


Pyralene capacitor batteries

In the seventies of the last century was discovered a terrible malignant characteristic of pyralene: Pyralene is a carcinogen and causes genetic mutations.

Pyralene is virtually indestructible and naturally chemically and physically irresolvable. It destroys only artificially, on ignition in special furnaces at temperatures above 1,700 degrees, but then as an incidental product to the final destruction of it, Phosgene and Diphosgene is released, some of the worst poison gases in the world. So, it is a liquid that by getting, for example, in the ground, leaves irreparable consequences. Likewise, of course, would be if the pyralene got into the water and air. A disaster would be imminent. The nature can not do anything to Pyralene. People have created it, only the people can destroy it.

Damaged Pyralene battery from which pyralene leaks
If pyralene was spilled into the water in the quantity of just one liter it would pollute a billion cubic liters of water.
Storage of pyralene in a Serbian way
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