Specialty gases under high pressure can pose a serious health and safety hazard if not handled properly
All cylinders containing Air Liquide gases are labeled, packaged and shipped in accordance with local and national requirements, as well as industry standards.
Over the course of our more than 100-year history of engineering and supplying specialty and industrial gases, we’ve learned a thing or two about how to handle them safely. Based on our experience, we offer general guidelines that help you maintain a comfortable margin of safety while using high-pressure cylinders.
Compressed gas cylinder storage, handling and usage
Handling: safely handle and transport compressed gas cylinders
Storage: advice for storage areas, conditions and temperatures, and more
Usage: safety tips for initiating, using and terminating gas cylinder service
How to Avoid a Gas Line Rupture: common causes of gas line ruptures
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On-site i-SEE gas handling surveys
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For compressed gas cylinder safety
This 17-minute video is a “must see” for anyone who uses gases under pressure. Our video provides an expert overview of important information you should know about how to improve on-the-job safety when using high-pressure cylinders.