Acetylene is a chemical compound of gas that is colorless and odorless in its pure form. It is highly unstable and a very explosive gas with the ability to produce extremely high temperatures (above 2 000 ˚C) . Today it is produced either by partial combustion of methane, cracking of hydrocarbons in an ethylene stream or by combining calcium carbide with water in the hydrolysis process.
Acetylene is a chemical compound of gas that is colorless and odorless in its pure form. It is highly unstable and a very explosive gas with the ability to produce extremely high temperatures (above 2 000 ˚C) . Today it is produced either by partial combustion of methane, cracking of hydrocarbons in an ethylene stream or by combining calcium carbide with water in the hydrolysis process.
Argon is a noble gas that is colourless, odourless, non flammable and non toxic. It is very inert under most of the conditions even in high temperatures. It constitutes approximately of 1% of air by volume and occurs naturally in the earths atmosphere. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure, it is very cold at -183 ˚C. One volume of liquid Argon gives approximately 800 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Argon is a noble gas that is colourless, odourless, non flammable and non toxic. It is very inert under most of the conditions even in high temperatures. It constitutes approximately of 1% of air by volume and occurs naturally in the earths atmosphere. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure, it is very cold at -183 ˚C. One volume of liquid Argon gives approximately 800 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Carbon Dioxide is a gas that is colourless and odourless in smaller concentration but has sharp acidic odour properties in higher concentrations. It is non-combustible and constitutes of approxiatley 0.04% of air by volume. In its solid state it’s called Dry Ice which in atmospheric pressure deposits directly to a solid at a temperature of -79 ˚C. Liquid form of the gas can only be obtained at a pressure above 5 atmospheres. One volume of liquid or solid of CO2 gives approximately 500 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Carbon Dioxide is a gas that is colourless and odourless in smaller concentration but has sharp acidic odour properties in higher concentrations. It is non-combustible and constitutes of approxiatley 0.04% of air by volume. In its solid state it’s called Dry Ice which in atmospheric pressure deposits directly to a solid at a temperature of -79 ˚C. Liquid form of the gas can only be obtained at a pressure above 5 atmospheres. One volume of liquid or solid of CO2 gives approximately 500 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Dry Ice is a solid state of Carbon Dioxide. It is white in color and looks like an ice but has a temperature of -79 ˚C and sublimates directly to gas while expose to the atmospheric air
Dry Ice is a solid state of Carbon Dioxide. It is white in color and looks like an ice but has a temperature of -79 ˚C and sublimates directly to gas while expose to the atmospheric air
The components and percentage of gas mixture depend on the application used and the customer’s needs. The most popular gas mixtures groups are:
  • Welding gases where Argon is being mixed with Carbon Dioxide. Oxygen or hydrogen can be added as a third component.
  • Food gases where Nitrogen is being mixed with Carbon Dioxide. Oxygen or hydrogen can be added as a third component.
The components and percentage of gas mixture depend on the application used and the customer’s needs. The most popular gas mixtures groups are:
  • Welding gases where Argon is being mixed with Carbon Dioxide. Oxygen or hydrogen can be added as a third component.
  • Food gases where Nitrogen is being mixed with Carbon Dioxide. Oxygen or hydrogen can be added as a third component.
Helium is a gas that is colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-toxic and chemically inert. Its boiling and melting points are the lowest among all the elements. In its liquid form in atmospheric pressure it has the temperature of -269 ˚C. Helium is the second lightest element in the universe and on the earth and is present in marginal volumes.
Helium is a gas that is colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-toxic and chemically inert. Its boiling and melting points are the lowest among all the elements. In its liquid form in atmospheric pressure it has the temperature of -269 ˚C. Helium is the second lightest element in the universe and on the earth and is present in marginal volumes.
Nitrogen is a gas that is colorless, tasteless, odorless and non-combustible. It constitutes 78% of air by volume, is very inert in the free-state and incapable of supporting life. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure it is extremely cold at -196 ˚C. One volume of liquid nitrogen gives approximately 700 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Nitrogen is a gas that is colorless, tasteless, odorless and non-combustible. It constitutes 78% of air by volume, is very inert in the free-state and incapable of supporting life. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure it is extremely cold at -196 ˚C. One volume of liquid nitrogen gives approximately 700 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Oxygen is a gas that is colorless, tasteless, odorless but chemically very reactive. It constitutes 21% of air by volume, is very reactive and essential to sustain life on our planet. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure it is extremely cold at -183 ˚C. One volume of liquid oxygen gives approximately 800 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
Oxygen is a gas that is colorless, tasteless, odorless but chemically very reactive. It constitutes 21% of air by volume, is very reactive and essential to sustain life on our planet. In its liquid state at atmospheric pressure it is extremely cold at -183 ˚C. One volume of liquid oxygen gives approximately 800 volumes of gas at ambient conditions.
The biggest groups of such gases are:
  • Specialty mixtures made to a specific customer recipe that can contain many components, possibly over 20.
  • Pure gases that are being delivered with exceptional high grades with impurities measured on a parts-per-billion level.
Components and purity depend on the application and customer requirement.
The biggest groups of such gases are:
  • Specialty mixtures made to a specific customer recipe that can contain many components, possibly over 20.
  • Pure gases that are being delivered with exceptional high grades with impurities measured on a parts-per-billion level.
Components and purity depend on the application and customer requirement.

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