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Calibration Gas Cylinder Devalving Recycling Tool for C10 Fittings
Calibration Gas Cylinder Devalving Recycling Tool for C10 Valve Fittings


 
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Devalving Tool for Calibration Gas Cylinder for C10 Fittings

We are often asked how to dispose of empty or expired calibration gas cylinders. The greatest hazard posed by calibration gas cylinders is the residual pressure, since the active gas components are typically far below the levels considered to be toxic or hazardous.

The valve removal tool will allow you to properly dispose of used calibration gas cylinders by evacuating the remaining gas and render the cylinder useless.

This tool is designed to devalve calibration gas cylinders rated DOT 39 or 2Q, and cylinders using the CGA C-10 valve (found on 29, 34, 44, 58, 66, 76, 116 liter aluminum and 103 liter steel cylinders). Buy discharging the remaining gas in the cylinder, you will be able to dispose or recycle the cylinder safely. Using the devalving tool will leave a visible hole in the cylinder valve area, as the pin will drop and rattle inside the cylinder. (Please check with your state regulations and local ordinances before purchasing this product, as some prohibit disposal in the trash).

Advantages-
  • Easy to use
  • Save on costly Hazardous Disposal Fees
  • Help save the earth by recycling used cylinders
  • Ensures Safe Cylinder Disposal
  • Eliminate the Liability of Disposing a Pressurized Cylinder
RC 4250, 711228, 17113275, 81-1070RK, 754260, NLBC10DV, 75-4250, CG-RK-1, 6BU76, 40142201, NLB600DV, NLBC10DV, 113904-L3

Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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5 of 5 Great tool, easy to use February 11, 2014
Reviewer: Caroline Elmer from Colleyville, TX  
This is a great tool for removing the left over gas in expired gas cylinders.  It is easy to use once you have figured it out.  First you must screw in the knurled knob into the cylinder, then turn the handle which will push the pin into tye cylinder.  If there is any gas left in the cylinder it will be released.  Best thing about the tool, it leaves the pin in the cylinder and it will rattle around so you know the cylinder is empty.


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