gas cylinder

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gas cylinder

A high-pressure, nonreactive, seamless tempered steel container for compressed gas used for medical, therapeutic, or diagnostic purposes.
See also: cylinder
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CAIRO: Butane gas cylinders will be available though the subsidized coupon system in a couple of months, Egypt's supply minister said.
Butane gas cylinders are typically filled in factories then transported to warehouses.
Naval, Biliran - The Department of Energy (DOE) is warning against the use of refilled butane gas cylinders.
About 120 butane gas cylinders were found at the scene of the explosion, a house in the town of Alcanar, south of Barcelona.
The home was believed to be the group's base and more than 100 butane gas cylinders were found amongst its remains.
Moreover the small butane gas cylinders prices reached 15 instead of 12.5 while the large cylinders went to 30 instead of 25.
Lot 1: Cylinder Gases 39 kg and 12.5 kg: The first batch of services include the supply of butane gas cylinders of 39 kg and 12.5 kg for school restaurants and the city of St.
Several Egyptian provinces have in recent months suffered from problems including a shortage of butane gas cylinders and inefficient sanitary drainage services, sparking public anger.
Flogas Britain has announced a voluntary recall of butane gas cylinders bought from Budget Bottle Gas Ltd, based in Forth Street, Bootle, "due to potentially serious health and safety issues".
Meanwhile, a number of other prior actions have gone ahead, notably the scrapping of the subsidy on 95 octane fuel and, more significantly, restriction of subsidised butane gas cylinders to people eligible for food subsidies through the existing "smart card" system.
Highgate station commander Mark Clifton said around half a dozen propane and butane gas cylinders exploded during the incident.
Summary: SINCE taking office, the Qandil government seems to have been busy tackling the chronic fuel problem, especially the disturbing shortage of the butane gas cylinders, whose price has reached as much as ten times the original price even in the poorest regions of the country.