Rigorously implemented safety measures from International Pipe Freezing and Cryogenics fluid isolation.
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Safety is our policy

Adam Crouch, International Pipe Freezing
Safety Measures

Application of pipe freezing processes in both commercial and public facilities call for stringent safety at work policies. International Pipe Freezing and Cryogenics Safety Policy is based upon these rigorously implemented principles which meet and exceed, when necessary the operational pipe freezing guidelines that are accepted internationally.

Is Liquid Nitrogen Dangerous?

Liquid nitrogen is a colorless clear liquid resembling water. At atmospheric pressure, liquid nitrogen boils at −196 °c / −321 °f and is a cryogenic fluid which can cause rapid freezing on contact with living tissue, which may lead to frostbite.

As it boils off, nitrogen liquid becomes nitrogen gas. Our atmosphere is made up of 78.08% nitrogen. This gas is non flammable.

International Pipe Freezing and Cryogenics Technicians are highly trained in Liquid Nitrogen safety, and our strict procedural policies demand safe practices for all attending a Pipe Freezing service.

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Please contact us to find out more about our safety & procedural policies ahead of a site visit

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