How can I tell if my Luxfer cylinder is made from 6351 alloy?
How do I know if the person inspecting my cylinders is properly trained?
Why is it necessary to have my 6351-alloy cylinder inspected with an eddy-current device?
If there have been so few SLC-related cylinder ruptures, why is there so much alarming information about them on the Internet?
Which types of cylinders are most susceptible to SLC-related ruptures?
How many aluminum cylinders have exhibited SLC?
How quickly do the cracks grow?
What is sustained-load cracking?
How long does a carbon composite cylinder last?
How often must carbon composite cylinders be retested?
Will I need special handling equipment to protect the cylinder?
What types of valves and regulators does a Luxfer carbon composite cylinder require?
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