Oxygen cylinders are ideal oxygen supply equipment for hospitals, first aid stations, nursing homes, home care, field care, personal care and oxygen supplementation in various anoxic environments. It is an indispensable friend for patients, the elderly, pregnant women, students, white-collar workers and tourists, tunnels and climbers.
Precautions for use
The distance between the oxygen cylinder and the open flame should be no less than 10 meters, should not be close to the heat source, and should not be exposed to sunlight.
It should be stored in a dry and cool place, and the cylinder should not be hit. Oxygen bottle mouth, inhaler, pressure gauge, and interface threads are strictly prohibited from staining (dyeing) grease.
When transporting and loading and unloading the oxygen cylinder, close the bottle valve, tighten the cap, and gently move it. Do not hit the roller and throw it.
During the movement, parking and use of the oxygen supply, please pay attention to the protection of the bottle and the valve to prevent the cylinder from tipping over, so as to avoid damage to the accessories.
If you find a leak during use, please close the cylinder valve immediately.
Please do not repair it yourself.
It is strictly forbidden to disassemble the parts on the valve such as the oxygen cylinder valve, valve switch and pressure gauge.
It is strictly forbidden for the user to fill the oxygen privately.
The oxygen cylinder inflation pressure shall not exceed the specified pressure. It is strictly forbidden to over-load; the gas cylinder shall be inspected every 3 years, and then it can continue to be used after passing the test.
Oxygen is blue in liquid and solid state, so the oxygen cylinder is painted blue, but the oxygen in the oxygen cylinder is in the form of high pressure gas rather than liquid oxygen.