Pressure Vessel Safety
Propane tanks, pressure cookers, generators, compressors, autoclaves and gas-insulated electrical equipment and substations are a few examples of pressure vessels. These closed tanks or vessels help us transport, store and contain fluids, vapors or gases at a controlled pressure, and usually a controlled temperature. However, the unexpected release of their contents has the potential to cause personal injury, loss of life and property damage.
2. Categorization and Regulations
3. Failures and Hazards
4. Safety Measures
5. Inspections and Safety Devices
- Distinguish how pressure vessels are categorized and regulated.
- Identify appropriate safety measures when handling, installing, operating, servicing and inspecting pressure vessels.
- Recognize potential hazards when visually inspecting pressure vessels.
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