Published: 01 January 1986
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The author explains how experience and empirical rules are used in the design of equipment for use in oxygen-enriched atmospheres. Standard methods of testing materials are making the availability of consistent data more widespread. The lack of an agreed method of applying those data founded on theory and science impedes progress and is a barrier to educating newcomers.
oxygen, standards, education, liquid tests, gaseous tests, codes of practice
Group technical manager, The BOC Group, London,