Original Press Release
ASTM Standards for Fire Hazards in Oxygen Systems
Press release date: October 8, 2010
W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa.-A new compilation from ASTM International features 23 ASTM standards that address fire hazards in oxygen systems, including safe practices in design, materials selection, storage, handling and operations.
This is a vital resource for those involved in the production or use of liquid or gaseous oxygen or oxygen-enriched gas mixtures, including engineers, scientists, technicians, purchasing agents, plant managers and operators, safety professionals, and those who supply, design, or manufacture hardware for oxygen services.
This is an ideal companion CD to the ASTM Manual on Safe Use of Oxygen and Oxygen Systems: Handbook for Design, Operation, and Maintenance, 2nd Edition (Manual 36).
ASTM Standards for Fire Hazards in Oxygen Systems is available for $92 USD (CD-ROM; stock #: OXYGENCD10; ISBN: 978-0-8031-8630-9).
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