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Important Safety Precautions Of Co; (Carbon Dioxide) Gas - NewAir AK-200 SERIES Owner's Manual

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Important Safety Precautions of CO

(Carbon Dioxide) Gas

1.
Co
gas can be dangerous! CO cylinders contain high-pressure compressed
2
gas, which can be hazardous if not handled properly. Make sure you read and
understand all the procedures for the CO cylinders before installation.
2.
Always connect the CO cylinder to a regulator! Failure to do so may cause an
explosion resulting in possible death or injury when the cylinder valve is opened.
3.
Never connect the CO cylinder directly to the product container.
4.
Always follow the correct procedures when changing cylinders.
5.
Never drop or throw a CO cylinder.
6.
Always keep CO cylinders away from heat. Store extra cylinders at a cool
place (preferably lower than 70° F). Securely fasten with a chain in an upright
position when storing.
7.
Always ventilate and leave the area immediately if CO leakage has occurred!
8.
There are two safety devices in the pressure system in the form of a valve. One
safety feature is on the CO bottle. The second is on the regulator.
9.
Never attempt to refill CO cylinders yourself. CO tanks can be refilled at
locations such as welding supply shops, party stores, fire supply shops, or
where kegs are purchased.
Coupler
Beer Keg
(Not Included)
2
2
2
2
2
2
Beer
Dispenser
Tower
Beer Line
Keg
Double-Gauge
CO Regulator
Low Pressure
Valve
2
2
2
High-Pressure Valve
CO Bottle
2
Shut Off Safely
CO Line
2
2
CO Tank
2
4
2
2
24.75"
23"
13.5"
23"

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