Oxygen for the world’ is the mission of Meditech Technology Co. Ltd. The two major shareholders of Meditech Technology are both graduates of medical universities in China and deeply recognise the importance of the quality of medical oxygen for human beings, as well as for other lives.
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.
The importance of medical gases today is indisputable. Due to the rising number of chronic diseases, the growing base of the elderly population, and the increasing demand for home healthcare, the medical gases market is growing rapidly.
Noble Helium is driving critical new helium exploration efforts. Chairman Walter Jennings and founder and CEO Justyn Wood explain why fledgling Australian helium explorer Noble Helium has the passion, and increasingly the people, to deliver, in an interview with Rob Cockerill.
No other planet has captured our collective imagination quite like Mars. In the late 1800s when people first observed the canal-like features on Mars’ surface, many speculated that an intelligent alien species lived there. This led to numerous stories about Martians, some of whom invade Earth, like in the 1938 ...
A portable oxygen concentrator (POC) can help patients with respiratory disorders remain active. But with different technologies now available, which POC is best suited to meet both clinical and lifestyle needs? A new independent report sheds light on the choices, GCE’s Donald Oleforo explains.
On-site oxygen generators for medical use are increasingly considered the best alternative to traditional liquid supply or filled cylinders. With an oxygen generator, one will get a secure and constant source of pure oxygen, produced directly at the hospital or care site, and that oxygen is availabl
A range of topics are trending in the medical gases market of today, from homecare to portability of oxygen and the digitisation of medical gas delivery that increasingly underpins these growth areas. All of which present new considerations and challenges in safety, as EIGA members keenly explained at the association’s ...
This week marks one year since the biggest carbon dioxide (CO2) shortage of recent years erupted.
The semiconductor industry is at the cusp of what is widely expected to be a rapid, multi-year expansion cycle powered by new end-markets and growth opportunities in revolutionary technology segments such as artificial intelligence (AI), Blockchain, machine learning, and autonomous vehicles.
When we think of Industry 4.0 and the wave of digitisation sweeping throughout industry and society alike, we tend to focus on the technology and operational change that it brings. The electronics gases business is largely overlooked and yet entirely intrinsic to this digital revolution.
The electronic specialty gas (ESG) market, while a small segment of the global gas market, is one of the most complex and least understood market segments of the electronic chemicals and materials landscape, write Mike Corbett and Andy Tuan, Linx Consulting.