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A hub providing relevant information and updates on industrial gas, cryogenics, and CGA regulations, as well as industry specific solutions for fill plants, beverage distribution and medical gas supplies.

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hose mfg | Fill Plants

5 signs that it's time to replace your industrial gas hose

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

Here are 5 signs to tell you it's time to replace your industrial gas hose:

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Cryogenic Corner | cryogenic equipment | Fill Plants

How to get the right size ambient air vaporizer for your cryogenic tank

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

 Here are 3 things to know to get the correct ambient vaporizer (that we can help you figure out)

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SB-26 Guidelines: Preventing Gas Mix-Ups

Preventing Gas Mix-Ups: Ratermann's Guide to SB-26

Refresh your understanding of the critical preventive measures that have been shown to save lives by subscribing to our blog for a free download of our guide: Ratermann's guide to SB-26 & our reccomendations to prevent gas mix-ups.

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Medical Gas Supplies | Fill Plants

3 ways industrial gas distributors can improve the look of their industrial gas cylinder

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

Good looking industrial gas cylinders = impressed customers

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Cryogenic Corner | cryogenic equipment | Fill Plants

Diagnose and repair your own dewars

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

The first step in "Do-lt-Yourself" Cryogenic Liquid Cylinder Repair is to Simplify the NER I Vacuum Quality Tests. You need an accurate easy-to-use instrument that will reliably determine vacuum quality without the repeated weighing, calculating, and waiting over several days that is suggested by the manufacturers.

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lubricants | Fill Plants

Why should you use oxygen safe lubicants

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

Oxygen will react with conventional lubrication technologies, leading to potential for explosion, fire and deterioration of the lubricant and component failure. Oxygen accelerates the decomposition of hydrocarbon lubricants. They rapidly form tars and varnish, causing bearings to fail. Oxygen will react with conventional additives, leading to degradation,reduced lubricant life, and a need for more frequent lubrication.  

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Beverage Solutions | Fill Plants

Two  effective methods to prevent contamination in beverage CO2 cylinders

By: Ratermann Manufacturing Inc.
September 17th, 2016

  A contaminated beverage CO2 cylinder is all too common, yet avoidable with proper equipment and procedures. . Contamination is typically caused when beverage syrup backflows through the cylinder valve and then back into the CO2 cylinder. A contaminated cylinder can be a costly scenario, from both financial(cost of cleaning a contaminated cylinder) and health (safe for human consumption) perspectives Here are two methods recommended by the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) for helping to control contamination and backflow. These specific recommendations can be found on CGA G-6.3 & CGA G-6.8.

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