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WILEY - INDUSTRIAL GASES PROCESSI - INDUSTRIAL GASES PROCESSING Organization: WILEY
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: ., hydrogen and carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, LNG, acetylene and other fuel gases, as well as special and medical gases. Actual applications of these industrial gases, such as aspects of hydrogen technology and the use of hydrogen in fuel cells, are included as well.
NAVY - MIL-C-22491 - CYLINDERS, COMPRESSED GAS TYPES ICC-3A AND ICC-3AA Organization: NAVY
Date: 1960-07-01
Description: Size C is intended for oxygen for use in submarine welding and cutting outfits, Sizes D and E are intended to serve principally as containers for medical gases. These cylinders are intended also for other gases when equipped with suitable valves and properly painted.
NPFC - RR-C-901 - CYLINDERS, COMPRESSED GAS: SEAMLESS SHATTERPROOF, HIGH PRESSURE DOT 3AA STEEL, AND 3AL ALUMINUM Organization: NPFC
Date: 2010-07-01
Description: This specification provides the acquisition requirements for the purchase of empty compressed gas cylinders to be used for storage, transportation, and distribution of high pressure liquefied and gaseous industrial and medical compressed gases including air, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur hexafluoride, and other gases.
TSE - TS 13071 - WORK PLACES-SALE AND SERVICE PLACES FOR GAS WITH CYLINDERS - GENERAL RULES Organization: TSE
Date: 2004-03-02
Description: This standard includes, general rules for management, physical characteristics, technical equipment and personnel of competent services for sele and services places of LPG, acetylen, industries oxygen, hydrogen, medical oxgyen, narcosis, dried air and special gases used in laboratory and calibration process and mixtures of these in the state of cryogenic gas, continuously gas, liqueded gas under pressure saled in the cylenders the water capasity of that up to 300 litres (300 litres include) and cylinders palettes.
ASHRAE - REFRIGERATION SI CH 47 - CRYOGENICS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: In the United States, for example, nearly 30% of the oxygen produced by cryogenic separation is used by the steel industry to reduce the cost of high-grade steel, and another 20% is used in the chemical process industry to produce a variety of oxygenated compounds. Liquid hydrogen production has risen from laboratory quantities to over 2.1 kg/s.
ASHRAE - REFRIGERATION IP CH 47 - CRYOGENICS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: In the United States, for example, nearly 30% of the oxygen produced by cryogenic separation is used by the steel industry to reduce the cost of high-grade steel, and another 20% is used in the chemical process industry to produce a variety of oxygenated compounds. Liquid hydrogen production has risen from laboratory quantities to over 200 tons/day.
NASA-STD-8719.12 W/ CHG 2 - SAFETY STANDARD FOR EXPLOSIVES, PROPELLANTS, AND PYROTECHNICS Organization: NASA
Date: 2011-12-12
Description: This standard does not govern bulk storage of hazardous gases used for standard industrial purposes (e.g., medical, welding) and non-propellant uses/systems involving liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen.
AAMI ST58 - CHEMICAL STERILIZATION AND HIGH-LEVEL DISINFECTION IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Organization: AAMI
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This recommended practice also includes definitions of terms and informative annexes on microbial lethality, materials compatibility, and toxicity (Annex A); glutaraldehyde solutions (Annex B); hydrogen peroxide solutions (Annex C); ortho-phthalaldehyde solutions (Annex D); peracetic acid–hydrogen peroxide solutions (Annex E); sodium hypochlorite solutions (Annex F); chemical vapor sterilants using alcohol and formaldehyde (Annex G); hydrogen peroxide gas plasma sterilization (Annex H); ozone sterilization (Annex I); government regulation (Annex J); the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) bloodborne pathogen regulation (Annex K); user verification of cleaning (Annex L), load release documentation (Annex M); gas and vapor monitoring (Annex N); and relevant literature (Annex O).
CI/CHLOR PAMPHLET 65 - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR CHLOR-ALKALI CHEMICALS - 6TH EDITION; FOR HARDCOPY PLEASE VISIT HTTPS://BOOKSTORE.CHLORINEINSTITUTE.ORG/MM5/MERCHANT.MVC? Organization: CI/CHLOR
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: The scope of this pamphlet includes most types of personal protective equipment (PPE) recommended for specific tasks and for emergency response in the manufacture and use of chlorine (liquid and gas), sodium and potassium hydroxide (10 - 50% by weight), sodium hypochlorite solutions (3 - 20% by weight), hydrochloric acid (7 - 37% by weight), sulfuric acid (38 - 98% by weight), and anhydrous hydrogen chloride (liquid and gas) all at temperatures below 120oF (49°C).
DOL - 29 CFR PART 1917 - MARINE TERMINALS Organization: DOL
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: Subpart Z applies to marine cargo handling activities except for the following: (A) When a substance or cargo is contained within a sealed, intact means of packaging or containment complying with Department of Transportation or International Maritime Organization requirements; 1 (B) Bloodborne pathogens, § 1910.1030; (C) Carbon monoxide, § 1910.1000 (See § 1917.24(a)); and (D) Hydrogen sulfide, § 1910.1000 (See § 1917.73(a)(2)); and (E) Hexavalent chromium § 1910.1026 (See § 1915.1026) (xiv) Powered industrial truck operator training, Subpart N, § 1910.178(1).
NFPA 45 - STANDARD ON FIRE PROTECTION FOR LABORATORIES USING CHEMICALS - EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: Such quantities or concentrations include, but are not limited to, the following: (1) Storage of more than 0.45 kg (1 lb) of materials with an instability hazard rating of 4 (see B.2.5) (2) Use or formation of more than 0.11 kg (0.25 lb) of materials with an instability hazard rating of 4 (see B.2.5) (3)*Presence of highly exothermic reactions in glass or open reaction vessels involving more than 10 g (0.35 oz) of materials such as polymerizations, oxidations, nitrations, peroxidations, hydrogenations, or organo-metallic reactions (4) Use or formation in glass or open reaction vessels involving more than 10 g (0.35 oz) of materials whose chemical structures indicate a potential hazard, but whose properties have not been established, such as salts of alkenes, triple bonds, epoxy radicals, nitro and nitroso compounds, and peroxides (5) Other explosion hazards as determined by a qualified person In this case NFPA 45 supplemented by appropriate shielding, handling, and similar protective measures does apply.
ASTM MNL20 - CORROSION TESTS AND STANDARDS: APPLICATION AND INTERPRETATION - 2ND EDITION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: Subjects included are uniform, pitting, crevice, galvanic, intergranular, exfoliation, erosion, cavitation, fretting, dealloying, stress corrosion, corrosion fatigue and hydrogen damage. Section V on Testing in Environments (H.
CRC - DISEASE MARKERS IN EXHALE - DISEASE MARKERS IN EXHALED BREATH Organization: CRC
Date: 2002-10-22
Description: Intriguing investigations reveal that oxidant stress-induced changes in cellular membranes lead to accumulation of volatile organic compounds that can be detected in exhaled air. Furthermore, hydrogen peroxide, one of the classical mediators of oxidant reactions, and some oxidative products of arachidonic acid metabolism can be collected in condensates of exhaled air to monitor and to quantify the extent of oxidant stress in the lungs.

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