Cryogenic Transfer Vessels: Operation

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WARNING Liquid nitrogen is extremely cold; it boils at -196°C.

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Extreme caution should be exercised when handling cryogenic liquids. Always wear proper safety attire when transferring liquid nitrogen into or out of Thermo cylinders. Contact with a cryogenic liquid or cold gas may cause frostbite to unprotected areas of the body. Protect eyes and skin when transferring liquid. Stand clear of vent during filling. Loose fitting, insulated gloves and long sleeves are recommended for arm protection. Cuffless pants should be worn outside boots or overshoes to shed spilling liquid. Goggles or face shields should be worn if the possibility of splashing liquid exists. Failure to observe this warning may lead to severe burns or eye injuries. To avoid damage to your Thermo cryogenic vessel which may result in premature vacuum loss, it is important that Cryogenic Transfer Vessels: Operation mobile app be used during the addition of liquid nitrogen to a warm vessel and on subsequent additions. If you have an iPhone, iTouch or iPad you need to first download GoCanvas from the onboard App Store on your device.

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