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ERT Compressed Gas Cylinder Analysis

ERT Compressed Gas Cylinders Identification, Assessment, and Treatment Alternatives

ERT can assist with:

  • Identification of unknown compressed gas cylinders when DOT and/or Compressed Gas Association (CGA) codes are legible or indecipherable. 
  • Assessment of the cylinders to safely determine if they still contain compressed gas and if the valves are still operable.
  • Determination of cost-effective and efficient treatment of cylinder content.
  • Determination of alternative methods of treatment, transportation, and disposal of compressed gas cylinders.  Specifically, a saddle technique for on-site treatment of typical compressed gases (acetylene, chlorine, anhydrous ammonia, and inert/non-flammable gases).  The saddle technique is an ERT modification of a technique used to tap pipelines under pressure. 

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