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Safety - Safe handling of cryogenic liquids
2014|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 16Safe handling of cryogenic liquidsA cryogenic liquid is defined as a liquid with a normal boiling point below –130°F (–90°C). The most commonly usedindustrial gases that are transported, handled, and stored in the liquid state at cryogenic temperatures are...
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Safety - Liquid nitrogen
2019|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 7Liquid nitrogenLiquid nitrogen is inert, colorless, odorless, noncorrosive, nonflammable, and extremely cold. Nitrogen makes up the majorportion of the atmosphere (78.03% by volume, 75.5% by weight). Nitrogen is inert and will not support combustion;however, it is not life supporting.Nitrogen...
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Safety - Gaseous helium
2014|Air Products|Technical notes
Safetygram 5Gaseous heliumGaseous helium is inert, colorless, odorless, noncorrosive, and nonflammable. Helium is the lightest rare gas. Helium is amonatomic chemically inert gas. It will not react with other elements or compounds under ordinary conditions.Since helium is noncorrosive, special materials...
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