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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Air Liquide has reported two separate safety incidents at sites in France and Germany, respectively.
CO2Meter, with help from Gas Sensing Solutions, has developed a Data Logger capable of measuring up to 100% carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations.
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.
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.