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For nearly 60 years, Morgan Aero has greatly valued its close partnerships with aviation, aerospace, and general manufacturing industries. One of the main missions of our business is to ensure the enhanced safety of installations of all types, all sizes, and all locations by providing superior cleaning for oxygen services. From Los Angeles to Dallas to Chicago and beyond, our tools, talents, and technologies have contributed towards our established, authoritative expertise in the cleaning for oxygen industry.
Make no mistake, not all cleaning for oxygen services are created equally with some services offering inexperienced technicians and sub-par cleaning products and procedures. Dallas installations, regardless of size and scope, cannot afford second-rate contamination control. Not only are oxygen systems and components at stake for premature damage due to embedded contaminants that are not properly removed, but product purity can become compromised, and those who handle oxygen systems in oxygen-enriched atmospheres are at risk.
Oxygen-enriched atmospheres – usually those that contain more than 22% oxygen – present a significant fire and explosion hazard. Regarding built-up pollutants in oxygen system parts: a perfect storm brews when embedded contaminants are present since they will burn and ignite more easily when oxygen acts as an oxidizer. Even sparks that would, normally, be considered harmless, have the ability to become raging infernos in an oxygen-enriched setting. Those sparks would need fuel, and that fuel can be in the form of particulates, smudges, hair, lint, sand, weld slag, solvents, and other organic or inorganic materials.
Dealing with Oxygen? We’re Your Risk Mitigator!
If your Dallas facility deals with oxygen in any form and in any way, Morgan Aero is here to assist with your cleaning for oxygen needs. Our technicians will meticulously and thoroughly remove all contaminants to ensure the utmost safety of your systems, your facility and, most importantly, your employees.