Used in heating, cooking and electricity production, many facets of modern life could not exist without the fossil fuel natural gas.
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 comes in many forms, from pellets to slices, and serves a range of applications, from standard refrigeration to revolutionary blast cleaning – as gasworld reveals.
Commonly known as laughing gas or sweet air, nitrous oxide (N2O) is a colourless, non-flammable gas with a slightly sweet aroma. Jane Dawson explains the market dynamics for this gas.
Jane Dawson explores the market trends of a gas that's fundamental to the food and beverages industry.
Colourless, odourless and a limited resource, helium answers multiple applications and is undergoing something of a turnaround.
Refrigeration epitomises an aspect of modern living that has become so integral to our lifestyles that to remove it would demand nothing less than a cultural revolution.
Aerosol gases epitomise the applicability of the industrial gases industry, seeing use in diverse sectors from medicine and cleaning to food storage.
Being the first gas report of the New Year, we have returned to school and asked leading academics for their take on January’s gas of choice, carbon monoxide.
As Jane Dawson discovered, perhaps most pertinent for sulphur hexafluoride is its dielectric withstand capacity and application in high voltage switchgear.