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18 December 2018
Large and medium-sized companies usually have their gas cylinders delivered by truck, but for smaller companies or domestic customers this is usually not the case. These users will often transport cylinders by van, or even by passenger car. This is not a problem in itself, if the appropriate safety regulations are properly observed. Kristian Dixon and David Hopper, Head of Safety - both from Air Liquide UK - explain what you need to look out for:
3 April 2018
Gas Cylinders play an important role in delivering high purity instrument gases into the laboratory. The handling and use of gas cylinders is, however, a distraction from traditional laboratory duties. Managing gases can take time in order to know a cylinder contents when not connected and to isolate the supply when the work day ends or in an emergency.
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