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When using high pressure ,cylinders, such as ,oxygen,, the valves ,should, be opened: No more than one turn. No more than five turns. No more than six turns. All the way open . ,Oxygen should, be used for: Operating pneumatic tools when air is not available. Dusting clothing or work. Welding or cutting only. All of the above at any time
Compressed gases can cause fires, explosions, ,oxygen, deficient atmospheres, toxic gas exposures as well as the innate physical hazard associated with ,cylinders, under high pressure. Special storage, use, handling and disposal procedures are necessary to ensure the ,safety, of researchers using these chemicals and equipment.
Leather ,safety, gloves ,should, cover the hands and wrists, and ,safety, glasses to protect the eyes. A full face shield ,should, be worn when connecting/disconnecting hoses to micro-bulk containers. Prevent the escape of lingering CO2 gas by fully closing the valve on the ,cylinder, or micro-bulk tank BEFORE disconnecting any hoses.
safety, and reduce the need for transport of ,cylinders, around the ship. † Gas ,cylinders, shall always be fitted with valve caps before transport, and appropriate ,cylinder, trollies shall always be used for transport. Secure the ,cylinders, properly in upright position. Acetylene and ,oxygen, regulators shall be fitted with flashback arrestors.
Keep ,cylinders, away from physical damage, heat, and tampering. Securely chain equipment to prevent falling. Store away from flammable and combustible materials. Store extra gas and ,oxygen cylinders, separately. Store in an upright position. Close ,cylinder, valves before moving. Protective caps or regulators ,should, be kept in place.
Always follow these basic ,safety, rules when working with oxy-fuel equipment: Chain ,cylinders, to prevent their falling over. An ,oxygen cylinder, with over 2,000 psi in it becomes a lethal projectile if it falls over and its ,cylinder, valve is sheared. Vent ,the oxygen, regulator valve before attaching the regulator to the ,cylinder,.
(If ,equipped, with flowmeter dial.) 4. Open ,oxygen cylinder, by turning toggle or key to the left (Figure A only). Figure B ,cylinder, does not need to be opened. 5. Note the position of the indicator on the regulator dial. Just above or in the red area on the dial indicates the ,cylinder should, be refilled.
For optimal protection of the head, a ,safety helmet should, be adjusted to the size of the head of the user. The usefulness of the ,helmet, duration is determined by, among others, cold, heat, chemicals and (in)correct use. ,Safety helmets, are also available with integral visor or an integrated goggle.