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Safe use of oxygen

  1. When handling gas cylinders, a dedicated trolley must be used and securely secured. Do not roll the oxygen cylinder on the ground.
  2. The oxygen cylinder should be placed upright and securely to prevent tipping.
  3. When removing the bottle cap, it can only be rotated by hand or wrench, and it is prohibited to strike it with an iron tool.
  4. Before installing a pressure reducer on the bottle valve, the valve should be unscrewed to blow out any impurities in the outlet, and the valve should be gently closed. pretend

After installing the pressure reducer, slowly open the valve to prevent the reducer from burning and exploding.

  1. When installing a pressure reducer on the bottle valve, the nut connected to the valve port should be tightened to prevent it from falling off when opening, and the human body should avoid the valve

The direction of the door spray.

  1. It is strictly prohibited for oxygen cylinder valves, oxygen pressure reducers, welding (cutting torches, oxygen hoses, etc.) to be contaminated with flammable substances and grease to avoid contamination

Causing fire and explosion.

  1. When using gas cylinders outdoors in summer, sun protection measures should be taken and direct sunlight is strictly prohibited. In winter, do not expose them to the fire or heat

Places too close to the source to prevent explosions.

  1. Prevent the oxygen cylinder valve from freezing in winter. If there is any freezing phenomenon, only hot water with a temperature not exceeding 40 ℃ can be used for thawing. It is strictly prohibited to use it

Do not use metal objects to strike during fire baking to prevent the bottle valve from breaking.

  1. The oxygen in the oxygen cylinder cannot be completely used up, and a pressure of 0.1 MPa or more should be left to distinguish the properties of the gas during oxygenation

And prevent air or combustible gases from flowing back into the oxygen cylinder.

  1. Gas cylinders should be kept away from high temperatures, open flames, molten metal splashes, and flammable and explosive substances. A set distance of 10

More than 5 meters away from acetylene cylinders.

  1. When the oxygen cylinder valve catches fire, the valve should be quickly closed, the gas supply should be stopped, and the flame should extinguish on its own. If adjacent buildings

Alternatively, if there is a fire, the oxygen cylinder should be moved to a safe location as soon as possible to prevent it from exploding due to the high heat of the fire.



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