Tuesday, 22 July 2014

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Trends in compressed gases Subscription

2 Jul 2014 | By Dr Roy S Irani

Over the past few decades, gas companies have been developing a number of new gaseous mixtures for a vast array of applications in industries ranging from food to welding through to the medical, refrigerant and electronic ones, to name but a few.

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Regional markets extra: MATHESON sees opportunities in shale gas boom Subscription

2 Jul 2014

As our global analysis explains this month, of the dynamics that the gases industry can control and capitalise on, there is cause for optimism - the energy boom and the headway in healthcare are two significant trends.

Carlos Riveros, m-tech GmbH

10 minutes with...Carlos Riveros Subscription

28 May 2014

Take 10 minutes out with Carlos Riveros, Managing Director of m-tech GmbH, who tells us about the company’s current project activities, its new ISO-certified clean room, and the role of delivering innovation and knowledge to the gases industry.

Electronic Fluorocarbons 2014

The critical link in specialty gas supply? Subscription

28 May 2014

Managing Director Pavel Perlov discusses the ever-increasing product portfolio of electronic specialty and rare gases at Electronic Fluorocarbons – and how this ensures the company maintains ‘the critical link’ between scientific technologies and product applications, in an interview with gasworld magazine.

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July 2014 Equipment Profile Safety Hoses

An introduction to...Safety hoses Subscription

When incompatible parts are used together and hoses come loose from their fittings, the results can be devastating on workers and the surrounding environment. Add a confined space to the mix, and it can become fatal. In fact, a number of tragic incidents over recent months have highlighted just how important safety is when installing and maintaining hoses.

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An introduction to...PSA technologies Subscription

PSA technology relies on a process called adsorption, which is the tendency of gases to be drawn to solid surfaces when subjected to high pressure. Different surfaces attract different gases more strongly, meaning target-rich gases can be attained by selecting the most suitable material.

Lindoflamm acetylene burners, Linde

An introduction to...Acetylene burner technology Subscription

Lindoflamm acetylene burners are a global product introudced out of Germany by parent company Linde Gases and were developed in response to an increasing demand in the global fabrication industry for pre-heating prior to the welding process.

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Regional markets: Focus on global update Subscription

2 Jul 2014 | By Rob Cockerill

Midway through 2014 and the global industrial gases industry is in the midst of a gradually improving business environment. Despite being offset in some areas by external variables such as energy pricing, weather systems and political landscapes, higher underlying volumes appear to be a common theme across the recent financial releases of the industry’s major players.

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Natural gas – Essential, everyday but unpredictable Subscription

Used in heating, cooking and electricity production, many facets of modern life could not exist without the fossil fuel natural gas.

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Calibration gases – The precision genre Subscription

This month’s gas report looks to Gasco Affiliates, LLC, a specialist calibration gas company, for an informed insight into the precise science that is, calibration gases.


Dry ice – A significance that’s far from subliminal Subscription

Dry ice comes in many forms, from pellets to slices, and serves a range of applications, from standard refrigeration to revolutionary blast cleaning – as gasworld reveals.

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Fig. 4  A Titan container, Roy Irani

Efficient transport modes for the fracking industry Subscription

Fracking and natural gas have been such common words in recent forums and the gas receptacle world has not been left out. If anything, both the gas cylinder and automotive industries have been preparing for this ‘green’ fuel alternative for several decades and have considered not only the output post the fracking process – compressed natural gas (CNG) – but also hydrogen as potential future fuels.

Keith Stewart

Cryogenic valves for an evolving LNG industry Subscription

As one of the first cryogenic service providers to enter the LNG industry, it’s well over a decade since Herose started supplying valves for LNG applications.

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july 2014 Company Profile MTEC

m-tech GmbH – Carving a niche in cylinder filling Subscription

2 Jul 2014

In the 1990s, m-tech was the ‘system division’ for customised gas filling solutions within the parent company müller co-ax AG, with decades of experience in valve production across various global business fields.

july 2014 Company Profile AirSep

AirSep Corporation – Synonymous with oxygen generation Subscription

2 Jul 2014

AirSep Corporation, a Chart Industries Company, has been the first choice of many companies for their PSA (pressure swing adsorption) oxygen cylinder filling plants.

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