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04:39 EDT 27th August 2014 | BioPortfolio

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NITROGEN COMPRESSED NF UN 1066 NON-FLAMMABLE GAS Rx ONLY.  CAUTION: HIGH PRESSURE GAS CAN CAUSE RAPID SUFFOCATION.  STORE AND USE WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION. USE EQUIPMENT RATED FOR CYLINDER PRESSURE.  USE A BACK FLOW PREVENTION DEVICE IN THE PIPING.  CYLINDER TEMPERATURE SHOULD NOT EXCEED 52 C (125 F)  CLOSE VALVE AFTER EACH USE AND WHEN EMPTY.  USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) DO NOT REMOVE THIS PRODUCT LABEL CAS 7727-37-9 CONTENTS ___________________________ 37049 (R 06/05)

NITROGEN REFRIGERATED LIQUID N.F.  UN 1977 NON-FLAMMABLE GAS GROSS WT. _____________ LBS. __________OZ NET WT. ____________________ LBS ______OZ SIZE _________ CONTENTS________________ LITERS ALWAYS KEEP CONTAINER IN UPRIGHT POSITION WARNING: EXTREMELY COLD LIQUID AND GAS UNDER PRESSURE.  CAN CAUSE RAPID SUFFOCATION.  CAN CAUSE SEVER FROSTBITE.  USE ONLY WITH EQUIPMENT DESIGNED FOR NITROGEN SERVICE AND RATED FOR CYLINDER PRESSURE.  DO NOT GET LIQUID IN EYES, ON SKIN OR CLOTHING.  FOR LIQUID WITHDRAWL WEAR FACE SHIELD AND GLOVES.  DO NOT DROP.  USE HAND TRUCK SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR CYLINDER MOVEMENT.  USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH BOC GASES MSDS G-101.  DO NOT VENT CYLINDER IN CONFINED SPACE.  DO NOT ENTER CONFINED SPACE WHERE GAS MAY BE PRESENT UNLESS AREA HAS BEEN WELL VENTED AND SPACE HAS BEEN TESTED FOR ADEQUATE OXYGEN LEVEL (AT LEAST 19%) WITH AN APPROVED OXYGEN MEASURING INSTRUMENT, OR WEARING APPROVED AIR SUPPLIED BREATHING APPARATUS, WITH A SECOND PERSON PRESENT, SIMILARLY EQUIPPED.   TO BE REFILLED BY A BOC GASES AUTHORIZED FACILITY ONLY. CAS 7727-37-9 AIRCO DO NOT REMOVE THIS PRODUCT LABEL MG1647E LSP 6087C 5/98

WARNING: ADMINISTRATION OF NITROGEN MAY BE HAZARDOUS OR CONTRAINDICATED.  FOR USE ONLY BY OR UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A LICENSED PRACTITIONER WHO IS EXPERIENCED IN THE USE AND ADMINISTRATION OF NITROGEN AND IS FAMILIAR WITH THE INDICATIONS, EFFECTS, DOSAGES, METHODS, AND FREQUENCY AND DURATION OF ADMINISTRATION AND THE HAZARDS, CONTRAINDICATIONS AND SIDE EFFECTS AND THE PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN. STORE AND USE ONLY WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION FIRST AID - IF INHALED, REMOVE TO FRESH AIR.  IF NOT BREATHING, GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION.  IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE OXYGEN.  CALL A PHYSICIAN.   DO NOT REMOVE THIS PRODUCT LABEL

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