By Jane Dawson2011-09-19T17:21:00+01:00
Though a niche region the issue at hand - laboratory safety - is definitely universal. As such, AGA is setting the standard with its latest safety-training day.
On 3rd November, AGA Lithuania will host a conference specifically about the safe use of specialty gases in laboratories.The event will take place in Vilnius and the focus will be gas supply and the equipment used to deliver gases from a storage location to the laboratory instrumentation safely. Emphasis will also be placed upon the maintenance of gas purity with minimal interruption to the gas flow.
Products and services presented will include the REDLINE gas control equipment range and the design, engineering and installation services offered by AGA.
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