In this training webinar, we talk about gas losses – how to determine and track gas losses, what is an acceptable gas loss rate, and what operations can do to reduce gas losses. In this segment we are going to look at bulk tank operations and common issues seen at many fill plants. This includes the bulk tank size, type, refilling, and how it affects the pump operation. Also during this time, due to the Covid-19 outbreak, many plants volumes are down and gas losses are higher. We discuss what operations can do to help with this situation.
In this webinar, we talk about different types of pipe and tube that are commonly used in a fill plant environment, as well as making the proper selection of material for your application. This is an often misunderstood area of our industry, and with many companies bringing on full time maintenance employees instead of using contractors, it is more important than ever to understand. We will also discuss what to use in different applications such as high pressure, low pressure, cryogenics, specialty gas, etc.
In this webinar, we will be talking about a crucial, yet often overlooked aspect of your operation; fill plant equipment calibrations, as well as traceability when performing calibrations. We will talk a little bit about why we calibrate (safety, quality, cost, etc.) as well as what traceability means and how to correctly achieve it. This Webinar would be particularly useful to anyone dealing with the monitoring of temperature, vacuum, and pressure in their operation, as well as anyone following any ISO or FDA guidelines. Webinar is on Wednesday May 13 - 10:00am - 11:00am CST. TO REGISTER - CLICK HERE
Anything that we fill or handle in our industry has quality standards that are expected to be met by the manufacturer. In this Webinar, we are going to talk about quality in the form of gas purity and why it matters in your daily operation, as well as some simple ways to obtain it. We go over some effective techniques as well as address some “urban legends” and if there is any validity to them.
Gas Masters™ Special Edition Interview with Abydee Butler Moore. We discussed the events that lead up to the cancelation of GAWDA’S Spring Management Conference, her thoughts on the Annual Meeting scheduled for this upcoming fall, life and business during a time of Sheltering In Place and more.
In this Webinar, we will be discussing reference standards in our industry involving reciprocating cryogenic pumps and pump installations. We will also be discussing goals one should aim for in protecting your pump as well as add-on suggestions to make your pump operation more reliable and efficient.
In this Webinar, we discussed the different types of leads and hoses; covering applications, compatibility, common tips and suggestions and safety cautions to look out for. Maintenance and handling practices for flexible leads, including visual inspection, leak check, replacement suggestions and installation guidelines are also covered. Click here to watch.
In this webinar, we discussed some of the key points to safely and successfully filling oxygen into aluminum cylinders as well as a little bit about the history of aluminum cylinders getting into oxygen service. With the demand for medical oxygen and the fact that many facilities fill a large volume of medical oxygen in aluminum cylinders; this topic was chosen to provide any insight and to help answer any questions you may have to keep your operation running safely and efficiently.
In this Webinar, we discussed how to fill an insulated cryogenic liquid cylinder on a scale. We used a 180 liter high pressure (relative to low pressure filling) cylinder. For this demo, we filled the cylinder with liquid nitrogen. We covered some of the safety precautions as well as some of the best practices to ensure a proper fill. The same principles of this webinar apply to many of the various liquid filling applications an operator may run into on a daily basis.
In this Webinar, discussed some of the key points to successfully filling a cylinder with straight gas by temperature and pressure as well as a hands-on demo. This particular demo we used a single gas control panel with a 10-cylinder linear manifold. Please know thou, that there are many manifold and control panel styles that can be used for this filling operation. A 300 Cubic Foot steel cylinder from Norris cylinders was used with a CGA-580 valve for inert gas service.
In this Webinar, we discussed some of the key points to successfully filling a gas mixture in a cylinder using the temperature and pressure of each component to ensure correct concentrations. A 300 Cubic foot steel cylinder with a CGA-580 valve for inert gas service was used for this mixture, and the component/concentrations are 25% CO2/ Balance (75%) Nitrogen. Some tips and tricks will be discussed, as well as a couple common issues often encountered when filling mixes.
In this Webinar, we will be discussing some of the key points to successfully filling a gas mixture in a cylinder using the weight of each component to achieve correct concentrations. A gravimetric fill chart was generated for making this mixture and will be available to download in a link. Some tips and tricks will be discussed, as well as a couple common issues often encountered when filling mixes.
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