The 16th edition of this publication, issued in August 2023, applies the combined experience and knowledge of gas producers, valve manufacturers, military services, federal agencies, and gas users to establish detailed dimensions for the manufacture of cylinder valve outlet and inlet connections.
One of CGA’s primary missions is to create safety standards intended for utilization by its members, customers, regulators, as well as the broader public. The CGA library houses an extensive collection of over 380 publications that align with this objective. However, it’s worth noting that CGA’s involvement extends beyond its own standards.
The latest video from the Safe Hydrogen Project covers the safe storage and transportation of hydrogen.
Carbon dioxide is a gas that is essential for life on Earth. Humans need carbon dioxide to regulate respiration and control blood pH. Plants use carbon dioxide to create oxygen through photosynthesis. However, carbon dioxide is also a greenhouse gas, which means that it traps heat in the atmosphere. This can contribute to climate change. As a result, there is increasing policy and legislation being enacted around the world to limit CO2 atmospheric emissions. Despite its negative environmental impact, carbon dioxide also has many beneficial uses in society. Here are just a few…
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.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) and GAWDA have teamed up to offer a unique subscription program that benefits GAWDA distributor members. Join the more than 80 companies already taking advantage of this unique program.
Robin Jussila, training manager at Roberts Oxygen Company, Inc., understands the importance of effective training for the company’s more than 500 employees. That’s why she values the support she receives from CGA’s Young and Emerging Professionals (YEP) Committee.
As chair of CGA, Nelson Moreira wants to help others avoid a key mistake he made early in his career: failing to get involved early on.
We are pleased to announce a series of recent hires and promotions within CGA. These changes reflect our commitment to strengthening our team and advancing our mission to promote safety and technical excellence in the compressed gas industry.
CGA G-4.1, Cleaning of Equipment for Oxygen Service, is a harmonized publication that describes the cleaning methods and requirements for equipment used in the production, storage, distribution, and use of liquid and gaseous oxygen in order to reduce the risk of fire, explosion, or promotion of combustion.