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No matter why you're keeping medical samples in a nitrogen tank, you should take precautions to keep them safe. This entails knowing how to safely store your samples, maintain your equipment, and properly care for your Nitrogen tank.

Safety precautions when working with inert gases

Whenever you are working with inert gases like co2 gas, you should be aware of the hazards and follow proper safety precautions. This will ensure your safety and protect your colleagues and employees from possible hazards.

These chemicals are corrosive, oxidizing, toxic, and flammable. They include agents that may damage the hematopoietic system, the eyes, and the skin.

They are also irritants and carcinogens. Inhalation of these gases can cause serious health effects, including death.

To be safe, you should wear protective clothing and a self-contained breathing apparatus when entering inert spaces. This includes a lab coat and safety goggles. You should also wash your hands before eating.

These gases are odorless and tasteless, but they can be deadly if released in confined spaces. Inert gases can quickly reduce the Oxygen level in the air, displacing the breathable air needed to sustain life. In addition, they can create a poisonous atmosphere.

To prevent explosions and fires, you must properly store inert gases in a safe and ventilated storage cabinet. This cabinet must be maintained by trained personnel and the air in the storage cabinet must be inert.

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