All Safety articles – Page 13

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    The Smart-Hose safety system

    2017-01-13T17:13:00Z

    Smart-Hose Technologies introduces High Pressure Teflon Acetylene Break-Away

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    IIR launches new International Journal of Refrigeration online service

    2017-01-11T12:22:00Z

    As of January 2017, International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) membership will now also give members access to the complete archives of the Journal online.

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    Smart-Hose unveils Break-Away technology

    2017-01-05T10:09:00Z

    Philadelphia-based Smart-Hose Technologies has unveiled its “revolutionary” Break-Away hose assembly technology that has been designed to protect facilities from both dangerous hose failures and pull-away incidents.

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    Det-Tronics releases explosion-proof smoke detector

    2017-01-05T09:26:00Z

    Gas detection system manufacturer Det-Tronics has released a new explosion-proof smoke detector that is suitable for hazardous, industrial and commercial applications.

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    A platform for success – BCGA 2017 preview

    2017-01-04T14:12:00Z

    Record-breaking adventurer Brian Jones will take to the stage at the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) 2017 Annual Conference as the keynote speaker.

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    Human factors – EIGA 2017 preview

    2017-01-04T14:05:00Z

    At a time when so much is said and written about digitisation and automation in industry, it is perhaps more important than ever not to overlook the human element at play in the gases industry, something that the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) is addressing this January.

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    Keeping the lab safe

    2017-01-04T11:25:00Z

    Oxygen sensors at a Saint Paul, MN-based gas distribution company are working backwards. Instead of looking for oxygen concentrations in the company laboratories, they are looking for no oxygen. For Oxygen Service Company, monitoring gas levels in the labs helps assure employee safety. To keep a beady eye on those ...

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    EIGA issues updated waste gas cylinder guidelines

    2016-12-28T10:52:00Z

    The European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) has issued updated guidelines on the management of waste gas cylinders.

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    Butler Gas redesigns cylinder service change process

    2016-12-22T09:08:00Z

    Butler Gas Products, an independent packaged gas manufacturer and distributor, has redesigned its internal cylinder change of service process to fully comply with the Compressed Gas Association’s (CGA’s) new standards for operational excellence.

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    BCGA highlights dangers of gas misuse

    2016-11-23T11:25:00Z

    As part of a campaign to raise awareness about the risks of misusing industrial, food and medical gases, the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has updated its ‘L7, The Dangers of Misusing Gases’ guide.

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    Linde improves heat treatment furnace safety

    2016-11-16T10:03:00Z

    Linde LLC’s protective-atmosphere safety monitoring system has helped companies operating heat treatment furnaces to improve safety procedures.

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    BCGA representatives promote international safety standards

    2016-11-15T13:15:00Z

    Two representatives from British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) member companies have been appointed to crucial standardisation roles, which feature a global remit to ensure that products and services are safe, reliable and of good quality.

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    New compression fitting and safety cable from VPInstruments

    2016-11-10T11:58:00Z

     VPInstruments has introduced a new reliable and easy to use compression fitting and safety cable for all VPFlowCopes models of flow meters.  

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    The blueprint for safety and compliance

    2016-11-02T00:00:00Z

    The design of traditional medical facilities is rapidly changing in response to the evolution of medical technology and methods of patient care. An increasing number of facilities are expanding the scope of their research, requiring fundamentally different laboratory configurations and instruments to those found in typical medical applications.

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    WITT unveils new safety relief valves

    2016-10-26T13:37:00Z

    The new passive protection devices prevent serious accidents by relieving pressure before excess pressure can build up and become dangerous to systems and people.

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    Air Products South Africa promotes workplace safety

    2016-10-10T08:54:00Z

    Following his appointment in July, Air Products South Africa (Pty) Ltd’s new Managing Director Rob Richardson reinforced the company’s strong safety values during his first site visit in his new role.

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    CTR Inc. wins Distributor Safety Award

    2016-10-03T15:12:00Z

    Cryogenic services and equipment manufacturer CTR Inc. has received the annual CGA GAWDA Distributor Safety Award, in the more than 100,000 employee exposure hours category.

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    BCGA revision to gas misuse leaflet

    2016-09-19T06:01:00Z

    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has published a revision to its Leaflet 7 (L7 document), covering the dangers of misusing gases.

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    BCGA warning on rogue traders

    2016-09-15T16:01:00Z

    The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) is urging the licensed sector to be on its guard against rogue traders who could jeopardise their business and put safety at risk with poor grade gas.

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    Air Liquide fined for violating safety practices

    2016-07-25T14:31:00Z

    Air Liquide has been hit with a fine after one of its steam methane reformer (SMR) plants in the US was deemed to have violated safety practices that exposed its workers to health dangers.