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By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc. on March 3rd, 2017

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SB-26 What you need to know

Medical Gas Supplies | industrial gas supplies | Fill Plants

Ratermann's Guide to SB-26 

*This guide was made by Ratermann Mfg. not the CGA. Products shown are Ratermann Manufacturing's recommendations, the CGA does not recommend or endorse any specific products.


 

Industrial Requirements


Required: Tamper Evident Restraint

CGA tamp evident restraint.pngIndustrial portable cryogenic containers must have tamper-proof or tamper-evident restraints on the outlet valve such as a: TPG & CGP fitting restraint. CGP-PS1 Tamper evident restraints such as a CGP can be clipped off with scissors which shows the restraint has been tampered with, making the CGP’s tamper evident but not tamper proof like the TPG. 

 (Tamper evident restraints can be removed by using wire cutters)

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 Required: Label


bodylabel.pngIn accordance with the CGA-C7 guideline of labeling and marking compressed gas containers all DOT-4L containers must have a label that includes the company name, city, state, zip and phone number of the company such as a dewar body label.

Download the product guide for SB-26 here

  logo body label.png

(Optional sizes and styles are available. Shown above is our most popular option which allows the most space for branding your company. )

 

Recommended: 360 Tape


360 tape industrial.pngDewar 360 tape is recommended but not required by the CGA on industrial cryogenic containers in accordance with CGA-C7 guide of labeling and marking compressed gas containers. In addition to the 360 identification tape, a statement should be added to the cylinder that warns against changing the connection such as a Dewar body label. We have designed our 360 tape to include a warning against tampering with the connection it is also included on our shoulder labels.
 
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 Medical Requirements 
 
Required: Tamper Proof Restraint

 tamper proof restraints sb26-850332-edited.pngMedical portable cryogenic containers must have tamper-proof restraints on the outlet valve such as a TPG-540.

A TPG-540 is easily installed using an allen wrench, the only way to remove the TPG is to saw it off, rendering it unusable which makes the TPG tamper proof.

  

Download the product guide for SB-26 here

  TGP Tamper proof restraints can only be removed by sawing off.

 

Required: 360 Tape


360 tape text medical-425893-edited.pngDewar 360 tape that identifies the gas is required by the CGA to be present on all DOT-4L medical containers.

In addition to the 360 identification tape, a statement should be added to the cylinder that warns against changing the connection such as a Dewar body label. We have designed our 360 tape to include a warning against tampering with the connection.

 

Download the product guide for SB-26 here

 

Required: Label


dewar body label medical-489184-edited.pngIn accordance with the CGA-C7 guideline of labeling and marking compressed gas containers all DOT-4L medical containes must have a label that includes the company name, city, state, zip and phone number of the company. Ratermann Dewar body labels are offered with this option.

 Download the product guide for SB-26 here

  

label medical your logo.png 

(Optional sizes and styles are available. Shown above is our most popular option which allows the most space for branding your company. )

  

Download our Guide and/or Ask to talk to our Sb-26 experts