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Our company develops safety programs and designs custom tools used by governments and corporations that help ensure the safe handling, inspection, use and filling of high pressure cylinders.

 Our programs are in full compliance with Government rules, manufacturer recommendations and industry practice.


Facilities and individuals that handle high pressure cylinders need specialized training to understand safe handling and proper inspection techniques and to verify cylinders are safe to continue in service. Cylinders are exposed to rough handling, extreme environmental conditions, poor storage and unsafe transportation. Training is needed to ensure safe practices during cylinder inspections and handling. Many governments require specialized training when dealing with cylinders. Our training programs teach both the new and experienced employees how to inspect the cylinder, safe handling procedures, safe filling techniques and proper storage for cylinders. Our program is in compliance with government safety procedures.

CTS also supplies specialized tools, equipment and products needed for the proper inspection and cleaning of the cylinder and its valve.

Our training covers all high pressure cylinders

  STEEL, ALUMINUM and COMPOSITE

Featured products

Deluxe Oxygen Kit

Deluxe Oxygen Inspection Kit contains all of the tools and supplies needed for the visual inspection of all steel, aluminum, or composite cylinders dealing with compressed gases and specifically oxygen.
$400.00

Tribolube - EPO2

Tribolube-EPO2 is formulated to protect brass and other metals. EPO2 is LOX/GOX compatible and suitable for use in oxygen service applications. Can be used to spray a protective barrier on valves prior to insertion in a cylinder. It can also be sprayed on any component where protection is necessary.
$45.00

CTS Damage Reference Plate

The damage reference plate is used to assess internal and external damage which an inspector locates on a solid wall or composite cylinder. The external points are an exact measurement of pits on the outer wall of a cylinder
$30.00

Mini Inspection Kit

Contains the minimum items needed to do inspections on all steel, aluminum, or composite cylinders. Purchasing the kit saves you 5% off individually priced items.
$85.00

Basic Inspection Kit

Contains basic items needed to do inspections on all steel, aluminum, or composite cylinders. Basic lubricants and inspection stickers included.
$130.00

Ceramic Tumbling Media

10lbs Long lasting ceramic tumbling media. Perfect media for corrosion removal in steel and aluminum cylinders when being tumbled.
$75.00

VIP Inspection Stickers (50)

Set of 50 Inspection Stickers that are applicable for all types of cylinder inspections. They are writable and adhere to cylinders easily for underwater use and other extreme environments. No need for separate stickers, this one handles all fills!
$25.00

Deluxe Light set with UV & White

DURABLE, WATERPROOF LED INSPECTION INTERNAL CYLINDER LIGHT SET. White bright LED lights and a UV light strip embedded in an aluminum channel for durability. Comes with a dimming switch to adjust the intensity of the light when inserted into a cylinder. White light extensions available for larger cylinders.
$115.00

DETT TUBE

Damage Estimation Training (DET) Tube. A tool to help an inspector learn to estimate damage within a cylinder.
$50.00
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