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WARNING: Operation of the nitrogen membrane above the rated design pressure could be hazardous. Do not connect the nitrogen generation equipment to compressed air sources that can exceed the maximum rated pressure without installing pressure controls and safety relief devices in the compressed air supply line
Specific procedures must be developed for maintenance and servicing of the equipment where the nitrogen membrane is located. Appropriate labels must be continuously displayed in all areas where personnel might be exposed to a nitrogen atmosphere under normal and abnormal conditions.
WARNING: Nitrogen is nontoxic and largely inert. Rapid release of nitrogen gas into an enclosed space displaces the oxygen and can cause an asphyxiation hazard.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting Warnings
1. Nitrogen Generator includes 120-240 VAC 50/60 Hz voltage inside cabinet – exercise caution and do not touch any wiring connections when power is applied to the unit.
2. Nitrogen Generator has hot surfaces inside cabinet when nitrogen generator is operating and after nitrogen generator has turned off – exercise caution when working on nitrogen generator while operating and after nitrogen generator has shut off. (Wear Hand Protection, where needed)
Lifting and Troubleshooting Instructions
Nitrogen Generators weigh in excess of 100 lbs (45 kg). When lifting and/or carrying a nitrogen generator, proper lifting and carrying techniques must be considered.
1. Keep a wide base of support – Feet should be shoulder-width apart with one knee slightly in front of the other.
2. Squat down bending at hips and knees – If needed, one knee on the floor and other knee in front,
    bent at a right angle.
 3. Keep good posture - Look straight ahead with back straight, chest out, and shoulders back.
4. Slowly lift by straightening your hips and knees (not your back) - Keep your back straight, and
don't twist as you lift.
5. Hold the load as close to body as possible.
6. Use feet to change direction - Small steps.
7. Lead with hips as changing direction - Keep shoulders in line with hips as you move. 8. Set down load carefully - Squatting with the knees and hips only.
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