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Compressed Nitrogen

The use of Compressed Nitrogen, whether on a farm or in a laboratory, can be an advantageous practice; however, this method also presents a number of potential safety hazards. Because of this, it is essential to have a fundamental understanding of the process of producing compressed Nitrogen.


The provisions of Section 171.7 of this subchapter allow for the inspection of specimens of cylinders containing compressed nitrogen in accordance with those provisions. All cylinders are required to comply with these requirements. The cylinders have to be manufactured to a certain standard in order to pass the tests that have been prescribed. It is necessary to return or discard a cylinder if it does not fulfill the requirements.

A cylinder must have a minimum of 0.100 inches in its outer ring's diameter in order to be considered complete. The minimum tensile strength of the steel must not be exceeded by more than 67 percentage points when measuring the thickness of the wall of a cylinder. A cylinder's service pressure needs to be at least 900 pounds per square inch gauge. Cylinders that have a service pressure that is lower than 900 psig are required to have a wall stress limit of 24,000 psig.

It is imperative that the nitrogen cylinder be loaded consistently along its entire length. Each of the openings has to be shaped like a circle. The required distance between the inner edges of test cylinders and the mandrel's diameter should not be greater than the mandrel's diameter.

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