Date: Thu, 16 Apr 2009 14:32:10 -0400
Reply-To: Angela Piatt Crowell <angela**At_Symbol_Here**CROWELLSREALM.COM>
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From: Angela Piatt Crowell <angela**At_Symbol_Here**CROWELLSREALM.COM>
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Subject: Re: Compressed Air & SNOOP
Comments: To: "Long, Don"
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I'm not sure of the laws in your state, but I use it to check the 
connections on my H2, He2 and compressed Air cylinders in NC.  Just do 
not use it inside of a GC to check the column connections.  It will 
smoke when you restart the oven and possibly set off the fire alarm.

Angela Crowell
Innospec Active Chemicals
Spencer NC

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Long, Don
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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Compressed Air & SNOOP

Has anyone out there heard of a prohibition on using "Snoop" to check 
hose and gas line connections on compressed AIR cylinders (not used for 
breathing purposes) ?

Thanks in advance for any info.

Don A. Long
Southwest Research Institute Laboratory
Pine Bluff Chemical Agent Disposal Facility
PO Box 20130
White Hall, AR  71612

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