Breaking specialty gas news
Just days before the New Year began, the US’ House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Doc Hastings unveiled a discussion draft of the Responsible Helium Administration and Stewardship Act (RHASA). If passed, the act would potentially clear up fears over the future management of the Federal Helium Reserve in Amarillo, TX.
Tiger Optics LLC has achieved its fourth ‘gold’ accolade from Gases & Instrumentation International Magazine since 2008, after its VROOM™ multi-species gas analyzer won the Golden Gas Award.
FIBA Technologies, Inc. has expanded its capabilities with the acquisition of AMKO Service Company, a provider of compressed gas equipment services and products.
CVD Equipment Corporation (CVD) completed renovations at its new headquarters in New York earlier this month and is now moving into the purpose built facility.
Following its recognition by IndustryWeek as one of the country’s Best Plants and for its contribution to the community, representatives from the State of Ohio and City of Mason gathered recently to honor The Harris Products Group’s achievements.
Specialty Gas Report explores onsite gas generation, the economies of scale and application-specific solutions.
After recently signing a contract to that effect, The Linde Group has revealed plans to build six major air separation units in China, set to go on-stream in 2015.
A new report from New York-based business intelligence provider GBI Research, highlights the emerging economies of China and India as providing the major growth locations for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) industry in the coming years.
Air Liquide has recently signed a strategic agreement with Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), a top-ranked university in China.
With the worldwide phase out of refrigerant R-22 underway, Afrox is now supplying the refrigerant gas Forane® 427A to SAB miller sites in no less than six countries across Africa.
France-based medical oxygen generator manufacturer Rifair has announced the launch of a new generation of mobile turnkey solutions for onsite oxygen production.
As prices for many semiconductor devices have been driven to commodity levels, fabricators (fabs) continue to push for cost savings in a number of areas in order to remain competitive in today’s market.
After a presidential election campaign waged for up to two years and at an estimated cost of almost $2 billion or more, we have a winner and a clearer picture of what the next four years may hold for the US. We also have, perhaps, a clearer vision of the near future for the healthcare sector. Healthcare reforms are now likely to remain intact, as the US embarks upon a new era with Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act.
Ron Ball discusses effective emergency management strategies and how important these could be both to your company and your customer’s operations.
With industry still gripped by global helium shortages, Rob Cockerill takes stock of where we’re at, what are the concerns, and when it might end.
Why a responsible resource strategy could be the most significant development in 2013
Trends and technologies in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) market.
Mike Kelley and William D. Dorko talk Specialty Gas Report through the NTRM program, its flexibility compared to SRM programs, and revisions to the original document of 20 years ago.
With its portfolio now significantly expanded, Pfeiffer Vacuum is presenting is broadened product offering online at www.pfeiffer-vacuum.de.
Brian Wildey, Soeren Schmitz and Tom Saari discuss the rise of onsite oxygen generation as a reliable and cost-effective solution for the high demands of the medical market.
Offering increased flexibility and lower costs, onsite gas mixing is common practice in a number of applications. Here, Thermco’s Dennis Richardson explores the benefits of onsite gas mixing - and selecting the right instrumentation for a successful project.