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As per client’s utility requirement

As per client’s utility requirement

As per client’s utility requirement

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As per client’s utility requirement they are planning to use their existing N2 two backup tanks for Oxygen storage.

Technical engineer is required to confirm if they can use same accessories which they used in existing N2 Tank for new Oxygen storage.

Accessories need to be check:

- Pressure valves.

- Relief valves.

- Vaporisers.

- Regulators.
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RE: As per client’s utility requirement

Is this a request for tender?

Remember - More details = better answers
Also: If you get a response it's polite to respond to it.

RE: As per client’s utility requirement

Probably not. O2 devices should not require use of oil or grease.

Einstein gave the same test to students every year. When asked why he would do something like that, "Because the answers had changed."

RE: As per client’s utility requirement

That piping isometric certainly told us a lot about the details of system components... Thanks, namib !!!

I agree with 1503-44, you probably cannot use devices that are not specifically qualified for oxygen service...

Not safely anyway ....

... unless you want an internal pipeline fire .... that oxygen systems are prone to ignite

MJCronin
Sr. Process Engineer

RE: As per client’s utility requirement

Maximum velocity limits apply as well. Around 20 to 30 fps, if I recall correctly.

Einstein gave the same test to students every year. When asked why he would do something like that, "Because the answers had changed."

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