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AIR LIQUIDE OXYGEN U.S.P. Form Number: 2A-ALL-QUA-0005-F
Effective Date: 03/29/06
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
Air Liquide large Industries U.S. L.P. – Houston, TX 77056
PRODUCED BY AIR LIQUEFACTION
1.Location Street Address1 2. Carrier ________________
Street Address 2
City, State Zip
3. Lot Number ______________________ 4. Trailer No _____________
PRE-FILL REPORT FILL REPORT
5.Residual Assay 6. Odor 7. Trailer loaded with appropriate product per appropriate
(>99.5% O) Detected loading procedure by:
_______ % Yes No Signature _________________________
________ ________ Date _____________________________
Test required Method of Analysis Specifications Results
OXYGEN ASSAY PARAMAGNETIC ___ 99.5% O Minimum 9. ____%
8.Analyzer Tag Number
ODOR Organoleptic (Nasal) None 10. ______
USP applies only when used in a medical application or by medical customers properly registered with the FDA. Note: Oxygen that is produced by the air liquefaction process is exempt from the requirement of the impurity test for Carbon Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide.
11. Analyzed By ________________________ Date ____________
12. Witnessed By ________________________ Date ____________
(only required for HRC customers)
13. Does this lot require additional testing? ___ NO ___ YES – attach page 2
14. SQCU Review/Release _______________________ Date ____________
User must assure that this revision of the form is current prior to use. Completed forms become permanent records subject to the record retention policy.
Air Liquide Large Industries U.S. LP
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