|DO NOT visually inspect an
Interspiro SP-14209 cylinder unless you are a valid cylinder requalifier
possessing a current RIN.
DO NOT fill an Interspiro SP-14209 Diveator cylinder unless you can verify
that it has been visually inspected within the past 12 months.
DO NOT fill aluminum
cylinders in oxygen service beyond 3000 psig at 70 oF.
connect Titanium regulators to oxygen cylinders. The risk of explosion
and fire is too
fill cylinders beyond their stamped service pressure.
DO NOT fill
store Cylinders for a prolonged period with more that about 50 psig
charge cylinders cleaned and marked for EANx service with normal Grade E
fill any cylinder that is beyond its visual inspection or hydrostatic
fill any cylinder that shows signs of excessive damage or mistreatment.
fill any cylinder with defects in excess of those established by CGA
heat steel cylinders to temperatures in excess of 600oF
heat aluminum cylinders to temperatures in excess of 350oF
DO NOT heat
fiber wrapped cylinders to temperatures in excess of 250oF
attempt to put a metrically threaded valve into an NGS threaded
fill ANY cylinders marked SP6688 or SP6576.
fill, in the USA, any cylinder that does not contain either a DOT, ICC,
UN or MC marking
fill any cylinder that has internal noise or is abnormally heavy.
permit any untrained persons to visually inspect cylinders.
fill any composite cylinders which are beyond their 15 year service life
fill any cylinders with altered, inconsistent or unreadable markings.
DO NOT use the
Eddy Current testing device on steel cylinders.
DO NOT fill or transport
requalified DOT/TC cylinders in the US if it has not been requalified by a
USDOT approved requalifier or in Canada if it has not been requalified
by a Transport Canada authorized requalifier.