Cryogenic Safety Wear

Safe Handling of Cryogenic Gases

Awareness and Training. 

Make sure users are aware of the properties, hazards and procedures associated with cryogenic gases and that thay have the appropriate first aid skills and a knowledge of the emergency procedures.  Put in place the revelvant safety signs and notices and have readily available the standard operating procedure for the equipment. Make sure users have received practical instruction in its proper use.

Cryogenic Personal Protective Equipment.

Check that it is appropriate and available. For the hands, provide non-absorbent, insulated gloves. For the face and throat, a flip-up visor and for the body an apron, ideally of a non-woven material to avoid liquid penetration.  Splashes must not be trapped against the body so avoid gauntlet style gloves, pull sleeves down over glove wristbands, avoid open pockets and put trouser bottoms over the tops of safety shoes or boots.

 

CRYOGENIC GLOVES - ALL HIDE CRYOGENIC GLOVES - ALL HIDE POLYCARBONATE FACE SHIELD POLYCARBONATE FACE SHIELD ANTI-SPLASH DECANTING APRON 48" ANTI-SPLASH DECANTING APRON 48" PERB Liquid Nitrogen Decanting Mat PERB Liquid Nitrogen Decanting Mat Cryogenic Gloves GENII Cryogenic Gloves GENII