Drive Medical CYL E-P, Oxygen Cylinder, CYL E-T, CYL D-T, CYL M 60, CYL MM, CYL D-P, CYL M 90 Owner's manual
! WARNING HIGH PRESSURE GAS CYLINDER HAZARD Never allow oil, grease or other combustible substance to come in contact with the cylinder or related components. It may get combined with oxygen or nitrous oxide and react with explosive violence and may cause serious injury or loss of life. DO NOT exceed rated service pressure or over pressurize cylinder. DO NOT over fill or abuse cylinder; may cause failure and injury, or loss of life. DO NOT alter or modify cylinder or related components. DO NOT fill cylinder if it shows any evidence of fire exposure without following and passing hydrostatic test. Cylinder must be condemned if it has been exposed to elevated temperature over 350 degrees F. DO NOT fill cylinders if hydrostatic test date is not within 5 years of last testing. DO NOT alter or change safety discs. DO NOT expose pressurized cylinder to temperatures in excess of 350 degrees F. DO NOT alter or remove this label. DO NOT expose pressurized cylinder to temperatures in excess of 350 degrees F. Keep cylinder in a dry cool storage area. Keep cylinder out of reach of children. Cylinder refinishing must be followed by a hydrostatic test. CYLINDER AND COMPONENTS MUST BE CLEANED FOR OXYGEN SERVICE. FILLING: When testing service of cylinder, check for replacement of valves and relief devices. Replacement must only be done by properly trained personnel. Replace pressure relief devices only with complete assembly from the valve manufacturer. Do not use any caustic paint strippers or corrosive cleaners. Use reference documents for inspection, testing, service, handling & filling. Compressed Gas Association Pamphlets C-1, C-6.1, G-4, G-4.1, G-4.3, G-8.2, P-1, P-2 MADE IN CHINA Drive Medical, Port Washington, NY 11050.
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