A Guide to Beverage Cylinder Safety
Should I be doing anything different for my aluminum alloy 6061 composite cylinders than I have done in the past?
Are special coatings needed to protect aluminum cylinder interiors from tap water?
Will my aluminum-lined composite cylinder have a shortened life from being hydrostatically tested with tap water?
Does hydrostatically testing an aluminum-lined composite cylinder with tap water corrode the cylinder or make the cylinder unsafe?
Should I avoid leaving tap water inside aluminum cylinders made from alloy 6061?
Paintball safety guide - USA
Paint removal and repainting of Luxfer all-metal and composite cylinders made from 6061 aluminum alloy (L6X®)
Luxfer clarifies difference between bowed and bulged aluminum cylinders
Limited warranty for cylinders manufactured in the United States
Dates when Luxfer changed its aluminum alloy from 6351 to 6061
Aluminum cylinder serial numbers and markings
Typical markings for a liquefied gas cylinder according to TPED
Typical markings for a permanent gas cylinder according to TPED
Unauthorized metal-removing modifications to Luxfer aluminum gas cylinders used in North America
Paint strippers for aluminum cylinders
Cylinder ID cleaning procedure
Cylinder O.D. cleaning procedure for brushed and unpainted cylinders
Luxfer was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1897.
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