Over the years like all commodities, gas cylinders have undergone several technological changes. Here, Dr. Roy S. Irani, Gas Package Solutions, gazes into his crystal ball and provides a view of cylinder technologies toward 2020 and beyond.
Wise Telemetry, a leader in telemetry services for the industrial gas and propane industries, has announced the next generation of its end-to-end telemetry platform.
Running a business, no matter how big or small, comes with a multitude of challenges that can push your stress limits and keep you awake at night.
Tom Badstubner, President and Medical, Food and Specialty Gas Consultant at Asterisk, LLC in Lewisville, provides a thorough overview of the latest proposed modernizations to medical gas regulations that will be more appropriate and should eradicate confusion.
Unique among the industrial gas products is a substance that is neither a gas nor a liquid, but a solid form of carbon dioxide—dry ice. As discussed in our report on page 42 of this issue, dry ice is used extensively in the food industry and increasingly for applications in ...
Dry ice is creating much more than special effects for producers and distributors of industrial gases and its related equipment.
Meeting climate change mitigation goals brings increased attention to carbon capture, writes Agnes H. Baker.
Mark Lawday and Andy Thornley of Luxfer Gas Cylinders discuss the stability and shelf life of calibration test gases in aluminium cylinders.
Optimisation should be incorporated into every company’s business strategy. You should demand and accept nothing less than the best outcome for every action and activity you engage in – and cylinder filling is no exception.
Bob Brown, the Australian politician once said, “The future will either be green or not at all.” As we seek to maintain our industrialised way of life in a sustainable way, employing clean technologies and high specification industrial gases has become critical and will become more so.
Rob Cockerill explores the impact of the emissions scandals of recent years and why new regulatory measures are driving specialty gas and equipment demand.
Like vehicle emissions, one of the most commonly acknowledged or understood areas of environmental concern surrounds fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases). It’s become something of a buzz term in the wider specialty gases and chemicals business in recent years.