NH3 nurse tank inspection guide
Safe operation of an NH3 (Anhydrous Ammonia) nurse tank begins with thorough inspection.
Many releases of anhydrous ammonia occur when handling or transporting nurse tanks. Due to their large carrying capacity of a caustic gas under pressure, an accident with a nurse tank could result in catastrophic injuries. That’s why it’s crucial to inspect all tanks prior to every use to verify proper-functioning gauges, valves and hoses; proper safety equipment; and more. The Anhydrous Ammonia Nurse Tank Inspection Guide can help keep you and your customers safe.
Safety inspection procedures for gauges, valves, hoses, safety equipment and tank, including the undercarriage
How do I use it?
The use of the Anhydrous Ammonia Nurse Tank Inspection Guide should be a mandatory requirement for all users who handle or transport nurse tanks.