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USP (United States Pharmacopeia) Medical Grade Oxygen, Size D High Pressure Aluminum Medical Cylinder With Walk-O2-Bout® Regulator, VIPR

Airgas Part #:OX USPDAWBDS

Manufacturer Part #:USPDAWBDS

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About this product

  • Oxygen (O2) is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, highly oxidizing compressed gas.

Product Attributes

CGA Connection


Gas Grade

• USP Medical

  • Airgas operates its own dedicated blending facilities as well as maintains a national network of blending technology to ensure accurate, consistent production.
  • Individual or Batch Certificate of Analysis available upon request.


  • Oxygen is used in various medical applications, first aid, respiratory treatments and other specialized oxygen therapies like hyperbaric treatments.
  • Oxygen is commonly used in laser and plasma cutting and can be a minor constituent in shielding gases. It can also be used to replace or enrich air for better combustion in gaseous environments where metal is being melted, molded or cut.
  • Oxygen is used in the Life Sciences, with fermenters and bioreactors to encourage cell growth.
  • Though typically excluded in food packaging, oxygen is added in small quantities to select packaged foods to help maintain color in meats and respiration in vegetables.
  • Used in forging, Oxygen helps produce strong metals for safe, reliable aircraft.
  • Oxygen plays a key role in glass manufacturing by helping lower emissions from glass furnaces. It also increases the efficiency of the glass melt by contributing to higher flame temperatures.


  • Always use in accordance with the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
  • Cylinder must be stored and used in an upright, secured position in a well-ventilated or monitored area.
  • For emergency use only by trained personnel for oxygen deficiency and resuscitation.
  • Do not use high concentrations for more than five hours without one hour interruptions.
  • For other medical uses, only use as directed by a licensed physician.
  • Always follow local fire code requirements when storing gas cylinders.
  • Major Hazards: Highly oxidizing, Supports vigorous combustion, High pressure, compressed gas


D Medical Aluminum HP