Equipment profiles


An introduction to… Jumper connections

2020-01-06T06:00:00+00:00By , published in gasworld magazine

At the GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research GmbH, a new accelerator facility called FAIR will be built within next years.

CO2 Cylinders

An introduction to… CO2 purity analysis

2019-11-11T06:00:00+00:00By published in gasworld magazine

Foe or friend? Not everything is bad about carbon dioxide. As a greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are one of the major contributors to climate change, but at the same time there exists a growing demand for high purity CO2 used in a variety of industrial, research and medical ...

© GCE  | The new 90 degree-turn, one touch diaphragm valve from GCE.

Specialty gas diaphragm valves

2019-10-09T05:00:00+01:00By published in gasworld magazine

All around the world, hosts of laboratories offer analysis services to a wide and growing spectrum of markets requiring ever-more exacting levels of detail and accuracy in the information they provide.

96 RGB H2 performance test trailer acc. SAE

An introduction to… Hydrogen [energy] filling systems

2019-08-16T05:00:00+01:00By , published in gasworld magazine

The concept of a hydrogen economy continues to gather pace in its realisation, a major strand of which is hydrogen mobility. A range of technologies are required to be pioneered and developed as part of this important movement, not least the fuelling stations and associated equipment required to enable an ...

Alternative medical storage systems

An introduction to…Alternative medical gas storage systems

2019-06-21T10:46:00+01:00By published in gasworld magazine

The medical oxygen cylinder has been on a journey of progression through the decades, as the sector has required ever more portability and ever-lighter weight vessels.

ABB | Magnos Microwing mounting

An introduction to...Digital oxygen measurement

2019-06-03T13:54:00+01:00By Stephen Harrison, published in gasworld magazine

Experts at the Swiss instrumentation and process automation expert ABB are breathing new life into an established technology to measure the most traditional of all industrial   gases: oxygen.