Medical Oxygen Signs
Wide Selection of Medical Oxygen Signs
We offer a wide variety of medical gas signs and labels. Promote safe storage practices and make workers aware of the presence of medical oxygen by posting Medical Oxygen Signs.
Medical Oxygen Signs are made with Adhesive-backed vinyl labels that resist fading, Lightweight durable Plastic and rust free Aluminum.
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We keep a large quantity of signs in stock, which means your new Medical Oxygen Signs are ready-to-ship within 1-2 business days. Buy signs directly from the USA manufacturer.
NFPA 704 Oxygen Signs
NFPA diamond ratings are required for the identification of specific hazards. The rating system assists personnel and emergency responders to evaluate the hazards that may be present. To learn more about oxygen.
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What is Oxygen?
Oxygen is an odorless, colorless gas or colorless to pale blue cryogenic liquid. Besides supporting life via our respiratory system, oxygen is used in various industries from steel manufacturing, aerospace technology and the treatment of sewage to name a few.
Oxygen is not flammable, but as an oxidizer it will intensify combustion or fires. With this clear hazard warning, oxygen must be kept away from combustible materials. Liquid oxygen also poses a health hazard for individuals, exposure may cause frostbite to the eyes and skin. It is key to follow safety practices and wear appropriate personal protection equipment to prevent serious accidents or injury.
Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials - Edition 14th
|Chemical Name / CAS No.||NFPA 30 / OSHA Class||Health||Flammability||Instability||Special Hazard|
|Oxygen, refrigerated liquid
*Refrigerated liquid oxygen can have a high health hazard degree of “3” because compressed liquified gases with boiling points at or below -55°C (-66.5°F) can cause frostbite and irreversible tissue damage. Refrigerated liquid oxygen has a boiling point of -183°C (-297°F).Learn more...
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