Just as industrial gases are at the heart of so many industries, so too are gas analysis and control technologies.
Recovered from natural wells or as a by-product from chemical plants, refineries, from breweries where it is generated by the fermentation process when brewing beer, or from any other fermentation process, carbon dioxide (CO2) is the subject of a complex supply chain and an increasing array of end-user applications.
The primary function of a quality control (QC) laboratory is to ensure that only acceptable product leaves the production facility. To this end, the gas within each container is analysed for a specified list of trace impurities.
The SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) is an essential part of the modern firefighter’s equipment.
Hydrogen tube trailers are trucks that haul compressed, high-pressure gaseous hydrogen contained in long cylinders (or tubes) stacked or clustered on a trailer.
Cryogenic sandblasting is a cleaning process through which dry ice is accelerated by compressed air, up to speeds above 300m/sec. The combined action of the thermal shock due to the temperature of the dry ice, together with the high speed of the jet and its mechanical action, allows the cleaning ...
Composite cylinders still represent a relatively new generation in cylinder technology that marry dramatic weight reduction with reliable performance.
As the use of electronic communication devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops proliferates, it is evident that they have become an essential part of everyday modern life. At the heart of these devices lies the PCB (printed circuit board).
Fluidized-bed freezers are the standard equipment for high capacity Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) freezing in the food industry for a wide variety of food products like fruits, vegetables and seafood products.
Hydrogen as an energy carrier has led to a worldwide development effort for hydrogen technology to power industrial, residential and transportation infrastructure – a concept known as the Hydrogen Economy.
Cryogenic air separation – the most efficient method for the production of gaseous and liquid oxygen – can be modified to manufacture a range of desired products and mixes and typically calls for sequential steps.