Gas Handling Safety

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Safety is of utmost importance when handling and transporting compressed gases

Numerous analytical methods require the use of gases such as nitrogen, hydrogen, and helium.  A common way to keep gases readily available is storage in cylinders. However, there are a number of safety practices labs need to keep in mind when dealing with compressed gases.  How a lab manages transport, storage, and defective cylinders can mean the difference between courting and averting disaster.

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Learn how to ensure your lab is practicing safe gas handling.

 

 

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