Highlighting two CGA safety alerts that focus on handling and receiving cylinders that have been exposed to natural disasters.
Compressed gas cylinders are commonly used in various industries and applications, but they can present significant hazards if not handled and used properly. Here are 10 tips for compressed gas cylinder valve safety.
CGA recently issued a new publication CGA P-96, Reciprocating Cryogenic Pumps and Pump Installations for Hydrogen and Liquefied Natural Gas. The scope of CGA P-96 covers pumps in liquid hydrogen and liquefied natural gas, but this article will focus on cryogenic liquid hydrogen.
Acetylene is a highly flammable and explosive gas, so it is important to take proper safety precautions when working with it. Check out some of CGA’s latest acetylene safety tips.
To ensure the safe handling of carbon dioxide, the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has outlined a few safety considerations for its use, storage, and transportation in its liquid, gaseous, and solid (dry ice) forms and when it is used as a component in gas mixtures.
Damaged or leaking cylinders can pose serious hazards. Please reference these safety alerts, which are available to all and may be downloaded for free.
CGA now offers free posters and related safety information for cannabis growers and processors on the topics of carbon dioxide, cryogenic and refrigerated liquids, flammable gases, and compressed gas cylinders and equipment.
Join CGA in spreading the word about the U.S. DHS national “If You See Something, Say Something” Awareness Day on Friday, September 25, 2020
CGA’s Rich Gottwald and EIGA’s Philippe Cornille recently signed a joint statement outlining the Associations’ position on SPP brazed aluminum heat exchangers, which was published on the gasworld website.
We comment on this October 2019 gasworld article, raising questions about the methodology used to compile data and the resulting inaccurate picture of home oxygen use. The article also paints a misleading picture of disregard for patient, caregiver, and emergency responder’s safety on the part of the U.S. medical oxygen industry, when safety is our primary concern.