Module 11: Gases Under Pressure
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Gases can be converted to liquid at low temperatures and high pressure. Gases in pressurized cylinders are in the form of liquid and if allowed to escape can expand into gases 200 times their volume. If subjected to heat, gas cylinders can explode. Also, cryogenic liquids are extremely cold and cause instant freezing of body parts on exposure. This training session defines gases under pressure categorized as: (a) compressed, (b) liquefied, (c) dissolved and (d) refrigerated liquefied gases. The module includes information about the dangers of explosion, cryogenic burns, frost, asphyxiation along and the specialized Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to use when handling gases under pressure. First aid procedures for substances that cause cryogenic exposure of skin are also covered.

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Module 11: Gases Under Pressure