Cleaning for Oxygen Service San Francisco
A myriad of San Francisco facilities utilize oxygen. Industrial oxygen is used in a multitude of industries including cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Liquid oxygen is commonly used in propellant systems of missiles and rockets. High-pressure oxygen is used with diving operations and medical applications – and the list goes on.
In each and every application, oxygen-related dangers in oxygen-rich environments must be, proactively, addressed since even a small increase in the oxygen level of the air – say from the usual 21% to a slight increase of 24% – can create a calamity of epic proportions. Fires will burn hotter and more fiercely when increased oxygen is present, and the contaminants that can fuel oxygen-related fires and explosions must be thoroughly eliminated – this is where Morgan Aero comes in.
At Morgan Aero, our expertise lies with our cleaning for oxygen service where all traces of potentially hazardous contaminants are thoroughly removed from oxygen equipment used in San Francisco enterprises, with meticulous attention to detail – our clean-room procedures ensure the utmost control of airborne particulates during our cleaning, drying, and packaging stages.
When it’s time to remove everything from lint, weld slag, and acids to skin particles, hydrocarbon-based greases, and more, helping San Francisco facilities maintain quality control is our prioritized objective in terms of safety and product-purity considerations. Potential heat sources can come from, seemingly harmless, scenarios including static electricity or, even, vibrations, not to mention friction or some type of impact. The last thing your facility needs is increased hazard potential due to under-maintained oxygen systems that are overdue for a cleaning for oxygen service.
At Morgan Aero, we are here to make sure the surfaces of your equipment that come in contact with high-pressure, liquid, or industrial oxygen are free from contaminants that could interact with oxygen, leading to fires or explosions. If one combines the speed of oxygen coming out of a value with the smallest combustible particles that shouldn’t be there, the perfect storm for an ignition is in place.