Oxygen Pipeline and Piping Systems

Oxygen pipeline systems developed over many decades in the various countries of Europe, North America, and in other geographies have shown good and comparable safety records, although company practices show many differences in design and operations. Some national authorities have also introduced legislation that is mandatory for the operators in those countries. The scope of this publication is for metal oxygen pipelines, distribution piping systems, and gaseous oxygen&nb...

Cleaning of Equipment for Oxygen Service

Since the early days of the industrial gases industry, it has been recognized that maintaining cleanliness of components in contact with oxygen is essential to avoid ignition of components or systems. Oxygen is not flammable but supports and accelerates combustion of most materials used in oxygen systems. Recognition of oxygen's reactivity has led to stringent requirements for the cleanliness of equipment in oxygen service. This publication has been prepared by a group of experts in indu...

I rischi delle atmosfere ricche di ossigeno

Over the decades EIGA has received reports of serious injuries and fatalities due to oxygen enrichment. Fires in oxygen enriched atmosphere start easily and are very intense, so the people injured suffer very serious burns, which are often fatal or cause very severe and prolonged suffering. This newsletter is intended to remind everyone of the hazards of oxygen enrichment and the precautions necessary to avoid accidents. Source

Cause di innesco nei regolatori per ossigeno

"In 1999, NIOSH warned fire departments and other emergency care and health care employers and workers about an occupational risk from aluminum attachments or regulators that controls the flow of oxygen from pressurized oxygen tanks or cylinders often used by fire departments and emergency medical services, and in health care settings. A number of factors contribute to the generation of a fire flash from these aluminum devices during equipment checks or routine use when the valve on the ...

Fire syringe

Quando l'aria viene compressa molto rapidamente, può raggiungere temperature elevate. In questo video viene dimostrato come il cotone idrofilo può raggiungere il punto di auto-accensione tramite la rapida compressione dell'aria nella siringa.

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