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Lack of universal disinfection protocols for O2 equipment

2019-01-14T15:03:00+00:00By

gasworld spoke to Cody Vaughn Gibson, Researcher in the Surgery Department at the University of Alabama, to understand whether there is a lack of universal disinfection protocols for oxygen equipment and what medical gas cylinder providers could do to help remedy this problem.

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Preventing hydrogen embrittlement in high-cycle pressure vessels

2019-01-02T10:39:00+00:00By

To mitigate the risk of hydrogen (H2) embrittlement in high-cycle compressors and high-pressure storage, Haskel engineers developed a new technology that creates pre-compressive stress along the pressure vessel wall, eliminating the risk of leaks or ruptures due to H2 embrittlement.

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Using CO2 Sensors in Nuclear Applications

2018-12-18T16:09:00+00:00By

Infrared sensors from Edinburgh Sensors provide the ideal leak detection solution for nuclear research and nuclear power plants.

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Sensidyne® receives approvals for SensAir® fixed gas detector series

2018-12-13T09:51:00+00:00By

Sensidyne, LP, supplier and manufacturer of industrial health and safety instrumentation and accessories, has gained new approvals for its cost-effective SensAir fixed gas detector.

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BCGA to focus on safety, security and environment

2018-12-11T09:43:00+00:00By

The British Compressed Gases Association’s (BCGA) 2019 annual conference will look at safety, security and the environment at The Marriott Hotel & Country Club in Worsley Park, Manchester, on Thursday, April 11.

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Firebreaks and home oxygen

2018-12-03T06:00:00+00:00By Richard Radford, published in gasworld magazine

Richard Radford, Managing Director of BPR Medical, reveals the findings of a new study to quantify the impact of measures – including the widespread use of oxygen firebreaks – in reducing deaths and injuries among home oxygen patients.

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BCGA membership reaches landmark figure

2018-11-28T14:52:00+00:00By

The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has welcomed its 100th corporate member into the organisation.

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SFMO warns of fire hazards associated with medical oxygen

2018-11-27T12:17:00+00:00By

Medical oxygen (O2) is a necessity for those suffering from respiratory illnesses, but, tragically, medical O2 has been present in several home fires that resulted in the deaths of Tennesseans in 2018.

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GSS: high CO2 levels on car journeys

2018-11-23T10:47:00+00:00By

Gas Sensing Soultions, investigates CO2 levels on car journeys.

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Air Liquide reports safety incidents

2018-11-21T08:36:00+00:00By

Air Liquide has reported two separate safety incidents at sites in France and Germany, respectively.

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CO2Meter and GSS collaborate to provide ultrafast Data Logger

2018-11-07T13:19:00+00:00By

CO2Meter, with help from Gas Sensing Solutions, has developed a Data Logger capable of measuring up to 100% carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations.

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BCGA calls for vigilance on flashback arrestors

2018-10-03T14:56:00+01:00By

National trade body, the British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA), is urging the welding industry to be aware of the importance of using flashback arrestors on oxy-acetylene sets.

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Everything you need to know about CGACB

2018-10-01T06:00:00+01:00By Agnes H. Baker

The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has formed a new entity, the CGA Certification Board LLC (CGACB), to offer certification services for industrial and medical gases industry personnel.

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