8 simple steps for pressure safety in your laboratory

If you’re carrying out reactions under pressurized conditions in your laboratory, at the end of the day your safety is your responsibility. Yes, your department ordered a fabulous new pressure reactor that you’ve been itching to get your hands on – but how does the specification meet the needs of your chemistry? Might someone have modified the setup? Maybe someone dropped it and bent an inlet/outlet valve? Whether you’re working with a small single cell pressure reactor or a more complex multi-cell pressure reactor system it is essential to put user safety first. The cover story of this month titled: “8 simple steps for pressure safety in your laboratory” authored by Kirsty Waight, Marketing Manager, Asynt Ltd. Check for guidance from chemical laboratory safety signs posted and make sure that you’re aware of all current applicable laboratory safety rules. read more

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