Single Gases

All gases are available in Food Grade, Standard Purity, High Purity, and Ultra High Purity. Also available in liquid gas by way of cryogenic cylinders (VGL).

Nitrogen
NItrogen is recovered from the air by separation. Air is compressed and freed of vapor, dust and carbon dioxide. Then, it is refrigerated to extremely low temperatures, compressed to a liquid and separated by distillation into oxygen, nitrogen and argon and other gases.

Oxygen
Oxygen is recovered from the air by separation. Air is compressed and freed of vapor, dust and carbon dioxide. Then, it is refrigerated to extremely low temperatures, compressed to a liquid and separated by distillation into oxygen, nitrogen and argon and other gases.

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a part of nature’s life cycle. The gas is exhaled by humans and animals, and used by plants, that in return release oxygen. Carbon diioxide is produced from by products from processes such as combustion, fermentation or oxidation of a carbon compound. The “raw gas” must be purified in several stages to the quality required.

Ammonia (NH3)
NH3 is a gas with a wide range of uses. Having a characteristic smell, when dissolved in water, ammonia becomes NH4+, and becomes a potent cleaning agent. Ammonia is also widely used in the manufacturing of fertilisers and other pharmaceuticals.

Acetylene (C2H2)
Acetylene is a highly flammable gas. An acetylene/oxygen flame has a temperature over 3000°C. acetylene is conventionally produced through a reaction between calcium carbide and water. Widely used in welding applications

Nitrous Oxide (N2O)
Nitrous Oxide is a chemical compound prepared by careful heating of ammonium nitrate, which decomposes into nitrous oxide and water vapor. Commonly known as laughing gas, it is used in surgery and dentistry for its anesthetic and analgesic effects.