Glove Box Every Day Upkeep Guideline

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1) Fill in the use record in time immediately after operating the glove box, which include "user, water oxygen worth, what to do"

2) When changing fuel cylinders in the glove box, the pressure is established to the default worth ± 3mbar

three) The day-to-day performing strain is set according to the working ease and comfort. When not in use for a very long time, the pressure is set to one-6mbar

4) Regularly check out the use of the gloves, check the oil amount of the vacuum pump (amongst the upstream and gloveboxes downstream markings), and add the pump oil appropriately

five) Thoroughly clean the h2o probe as soon as each and every 2 to three months to guarantee accurate detection. (Also have to have to refer to the precise problem of the surroundings in distinctive consumer containers

six) If you often use organic and natural solvents in the glove box, it is encouraged that you on a regular basis substitute the organic and natural solvent adsorbent material, not later than one year at the latest

seven) Change the filter ingredient frequently, no later on than two many years

eight) In accordance to the true use of your glove box, make a decision to exchange the vacuum pump oil cycle, these as black and yellow pump oil, drinking water or extra natural solvents in the pump oil. The oil substitution cycle must not exceed two several years at the newest

nine) If a massive sum of organic and natural solvent is inevitably exposed during the experiment, the cycle wants to be stopped for the experiment. Following the experiment, initially clear and then start the cycle

ten) When the natural environment in the box is harmful or hazardous gasoline, the exhaust port of the vacuum pump, the exhaust port of the regeneration gas and the exhaust port of the cleansing valve should really be exhausted to the outdoor with an exhaust pipe (when exhaust is not authorized to be outdoor, the exhaust gas therapy need to be completed to start with).