The DOT requires periodic testing of any cylinders that hold contents under pressure and General Fire and Safety can be your provider for Omaha hydrostatic testing for cylinders. General Fire and Safety is a DOT-Certified Cylinder Requalification Facility that is capable of testing your high pressure or low-pressure cylinders. We also hydro test cascade cylinders for fire departments, air compressor cascade systems, and are currently the only company in Nebraska DOT-authorized to hydro test cascade cylinders with DOT special permit 9421 markings.
What you need to know about DOT hydrostatic testing
Why do you need hydrostatic testing of your cylinders? It is the most effective way of finding out the structural integrity of the cylinder. Prevent potential injury or other disasters by discovering structurally weak cylinders before they are put into use. The DOT has specifications to regulate the strength and quality of the stainless steel cylinders used for these applications and different types of cylinders will need to undergo hydrostatic testing either every 3, 5, 10, or sometimes 12 years depending upon the age of the cylinder, the contents, the material of the cylinder, and other factors. The experts at General Fire & Safety can help you understand the specifics for your Omaha hydrostatic testing for cylinders.
Call today for your DOT hydrostatic testing needs
Whether you have a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA), Paintball, Oxygen, Nitrogen or Fire Extinguisher cylinder, General Fire and Safety is your one-stop shop to inspect and test your cylinder. You won’t find a better-qualified company to provide Omaha DOT hydrostatic inspection and testing for cylinders. Call us today for rates and lead times, or schedule a free, no-obligation walk-through of your facility to check for fire hazards.